Best Western The Lodge At Creel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Bright and early the next day, Charly led us through the area surrounding Creel. We boarded a bus and on the first stop, we were able to visit the home of a Mestizo family, still living in a cave. We met four generations of women and they proudly showed how they live in their cave. Even though the government has built them a new home, the proud matriarch refused to live there. She prefers a more simple life - she raised 9 girls in this cave. There are at ...
... and I was very thankful that of the many things I failed to do in the US, filling up a spare gas can wasn't one of them. It also made me realize that I should always keep enough spare cash hidden away to buy 2 tanks of gas, as plastic payment doesn't often fly outside the cities, and ATMs aren't so ubiquitous in the middle of the mountains, deserts, forests, jungles....you know...my whole road trip.
... opened cafe/art space in the city.
Sunday was a lazy day, breakfast of montaditos in a small, local restaurant...this was the only dish they served and in my honest opinion had made it an art form. A flour tortilla filled with mennonite cheese, beans, chopped steak and topped with whatever you picked from the salad bar and sauces. Snow was falling in 9 cities across the state and it was a chilly day, perfect for staying in ...
My Spanish unfortunately has not progressed a whole lot further that that, although I am now very proficient at asking for "two beers please" and "where is the bathroom". Just getting the essentials nailed first!
Our arrival on mainland was a bit hectic. We kinda thought we might be able to park up at the ferry terminal and sleep there overnight. This however, was not to be. We were told to skeddadle, so out the road with ...
As we approached the junction turn off, the driver was asking for money for the gasoline, but wanted a ridiculous amount. I explained it was really close, I didn't have much money, and I would be happy to get out and walk. They ignored my requests, and carried on driving, firstly to the point I wanted to get out, and then past it. All the time they were asking if I was going to pay or not, saying I was a gringo but also asking some of the more regular questions like if ...