City Express Los Mochis
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Travel Blogs from Los Mochis
... about 400 kilometres north of Mazatlan, obviously adding considerably to our mileage. Anyway, the tickets were purchased for about 4 days later, together with directions to the port. So far, so goodish.
On the appointed day we drove towards the port in order to arrive the requisite two hours before sailing, about midday. As per usual, there were absolutely no signs, so drove round and round a few times before eventually being directed through the right gate. We ...
... get to the right room, there is a lineup, mostly truckers with paperwork. After about a half hour we get to the window. To be informed we have to have a 'paper' for our vehicle before we can get our tickets. We go outside in search of where this is accomplished, "What building please", 2 or 3 agents rush off on ATV's looking for someone (maybe who can speak English to the stupid Gringo's?). In a 'little' while, a young man appears from ...
... and another one, to El Fuerte, an apparently smaller, prettier and safer spot to start the train journey from.
With the usual asking many people for directions, getting many conflicting answers, choosing the ones we thought were right, and asking some more people, we found the correct bus terminus (Los Mochis has 6 or 7 different termini for the different destinations and bus companies!) and, like everyone else waiting, sat and waited for the next bus to El ...
... slit at the back where the water drained out of
-two beds that were incredibly nice with great pillows
-shower that was about 8x8 feet and a rain style shower head directly above
-and a pool but unfortunately we got in a bit late/leave early
*note: each room does not have a pool but that would be pretty wild
After enjoying the accommodations for our short stay we hit the road again for Tepic
... definitely in catholic country now! We have passed a good number of prayer stops at the side of the road, and one on the side of a mountain that looked like a pilgrimage site. We left Santa Ana this morning heading south on Mexico 15. The driving in Mexico still is madness, cars pulling out or turning in the road aren't really bothered if you are in the lane they are pulling into going 70mph, and cyclists pedal ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services