Fiesta Inn Saltillo
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... times as much. This guy was really old school, even shaved around my ears and neck. Cost: less than $3! How's this for low maintenance?
Walked around looking for a Sim card and a place for dinner. The only place that had a Sim card cost $20 and the guy couldn't tell me how many minutes it included or how to add minutes. I did buy an air freshener at a good sized market, and had a security ...
... being mined and piled and moved and burned. There were coal fired power plants and steel mills. I was in shock. Where I expected a small country town I found a bustling industrial city pouring pollution into the sky.
Then out onto the high arid plateau again -- and south in a straight line until a wall of hills. Finally had some motorcycle fun, winding up and down the mountains for a while til I dropped into a ...
... style gated communities. Most American named businesses were scattered all around. In fact, our first day’s dinner was at a Kentucky Fried Chicken joint. The city was easy to get around since most streets and highway exits were labeled accordingly. Unlike Guadalajara, where we took a wrong turn leaving and returning Lake Chapala, costing us almost 2 hours of driving in circles.
My research showed that Saltillo had much to see, especially places of historical ...
... picture was in Monterrey, never saw it before, but the emblem on the front looks like it may be a Pontiac. Cute car.
The statue of St Catherine is in the town of Santa Catarina. All of the towns in Mexico have art objects displayed, so much more than in the US.
We arrived at Saltillo around 4 pm and heard a squeak as we were turning into the drive coming from the MH. Could it be the new brakes or a wheel bearing going? Bill will look further into it tomorrow.
... of guys pulled over to offer me a ride; they explained that they would be delivering dairy products to a couple of villages before passing the junction for Real de Catorce on their way back to Matehuala. What I wasn't to know was that the first villlage was over an hour away up through the mountains on an unpaved road and surrounded by stunning scenery.
Whilst here I stayed at Hotel Meson Del Poeta, Calle Victoria No. 1, ...