Four Points by Sheraton Galerias Monterrey
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12/28/14 4:03 AM
Ok, I know the previous stories were getting a little boring perhaps. I mean what happens travelling the great ribbons of roads that make the USA what it is to us travellers, although they are not thought of nor appreciated by everyone in the USA who has to get anywhere at anytime, their highway system is the best, bar none, and most of it is free, at least all of the roads we took from Port Huron to Mercedes Tx. They are clean, well maintained, ...
... a water park that we stay in every time we come this way. It has hook up for RVs. We stayed at Chris and Juan's for 4 days in Monterrey, They had a really nice place for us to park the motor home and Chris took us all over the city. Juan cooked a great meal and we had so much fun.
Today was different than any other venue. I guess I am really getting a taste of all of the touring elements instead of just one. First was the co-headlining element where two crews are trying to work I. Harmony with one another to put on a good concert. The second was the differences in an arena, amphitheater, and music center. The third was trying to get along with the others departments as the tour got closer to completing. The last was the wonders ...
Today we were just casually chilling on our terrace when suddenly all hell broke loose around us, or respectively in the mountains close by. Luckily we were spared and stayed dry, and therefore we all had our cameras out to take some pictures. It took me about 250 pictures, but I managed to snap a few lightnings as well ...
... to walk a few blocks and then got to the Macroplaza. The museum was directly across the Palace of the government, and right were the St. Lucia riverwalk started. The St. Lucia river is an artificial river right in the center of Mty that connects the Macroplaza with the Parque Fundidora, a massive park in the city (that I have not yet been to). On that artificial river people can choose whether to book a spot on a little barge or just to casually stroll along the riversides.