Hampton Inn by Hilton Chihuahua City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... bought tickets to creel for tomorrow. after that we walked a bit through the city, got the money we will need and went back to the hotel. we had a short fight because first time ever arlene actually acknowledged that she didn't understand me when I was reading something to her in english. I got angry, insulted her and she came back with ...
... of September. We were picked up by a chap with a sign, and delivered to the Hotel Rio Vista in El Fuerte. And it had a very good vista of the Rio indeed. The Hotel is owned and run by an aggregation (a term usually used as the collective noun for Manatees, however it feels appropriate) of brothers and their families. Great food, English speaking (so much for all those lessons!), and very instructive Murals. It seems that Murals are the vogue in indigenously owned lodgings.
... they wanted to send me back to a place near where it happened, but I refused, and actually got taken to the head of the police, before they eventually agreed to do my statement there, and then send it across to the police over in Basaseachi. It took quite a long time to sort out, but eventually I was also able to get a translator before going through my statement for the next couple of hours. They had actually seemed pretty helpful at the time, and with the amount of detail ...
... DoriNachos. It was all very good.
As soon as we were done eating, we went for dinner. I was pretty full already, but that has never stopped the folks I'm with from ordering us tons of food. Again, we had a girl come to our table and make salsa from scratch right in front of us. We got queso fundido, which I had recently found out was a mostly northern Mexican dish. I got crepes as well. I didn't finish it all, but I was so stuffed.
... thing, straight from the bag, with a spoon. Yum! This is definitely a "recipe" that I will be making for my friends when I get home.
For dinner, we went to someplace new. I'm beginning to notice that most of the restaurants with table service are mostly empty all of the time. With my newfound ability to handle the water (at least to some extent) I got my favorite soda (an apple soda) and didn't send it back just because ...