Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Chihuahua
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Day 13: since we arrived early in the morning we tried at the hotel and were allowed to check into our room, very nice!! we slept until past noon, had a look at the chepe website but finished going to the supermarket and had some awful late lunch first before finally turning up at the chepe office and detailing our trip. I booked us too far ...
... late to change our flights. It never occurred to me that ANYONE could do such an appalling thing! I still find it hard to believe! (Was I wrong Wendy?) I wanted to strangle him, but settled for a vituperative email. Then, of course, I had to apologise - but I felt better for a while.
ANYWAY - I'm trying very hard to move on going forward. What we (Jennifer and I) did see was very spectacular, and we had an excellent time.
We flew to Los Mochis on Tuesday ...
... sight to see. We took a number of photos and I got some good panoramic shots and we were back on the train again.
The opportunity was there to spend the day in Creel which is the most populated town on the route and close to the Mexican Grand Canyon, there are opportunities to hike within the canyon but these were all 2/ 3 day hike minimums and we did not have the time. If we were completely honest we had done enough hiking in Thailand ...
... to ask for it with no ice. I also got chile relleno (one of my favorite Mexican dishes). Supposedly, the Menonites around here make the best cheese. These chiles (which were sweet and definitely not spicy at all) were filled with it, so double bonus!
Towards the end of the meal, a live band started playing, which was fun, but a little loud. I wish I remembered the name of the restaurant, because I would recommend it.
The road out from Creel was a paved and quite good and ran for about an hour through beautiful open woodland that could as well have been almost any forested high country in the American West. From then on I had an Autopista (expressway) for almost 300 miles to the border to the border at Juarez, some of it on "cuota", the name for toll roads in Mexico. While many things in Mexico are cheap by American standards, toll roads are not one of them and these make driving on the New ...