Hotel Mision Argento Zacatecas
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Left Zacataces this morning. Now on a bus on the way to Guanajuato. Bus !! you say - not our mild mannered power dresser, Jen. Well this is no ordinary bus.Mexico has an extensive bus system throughout the country. Modern 4 lane toll freeways shame our Bruce highway. We are making the four hour trip to our next stop on a 5 star ETN bus. Seats like an airline first class, recline to horizontal, .3 seats to a row, 24 seats to the bus. Movies and wi fi which is having ...
... hour, giving you an exciting
sensation of flying!
) we believe we have been -at least temporarily- cured of any fears of this nature!
At the top of the mountain there are three statues of famous Mexicans, one of whom is Pancho Villa and the other two I can't remember the names of (rubbish, sorry), but they were both Generals of some description. Great views of Zacatecas were had.
Then we got on a bus to Durango.
... of the colorful yarn paintings and animal beadwork the Huichol Indians are famous for. The paintings depict scenes from peyote visions that are so bizarre and amazing, that I began to wonder if perhaps I haven’t been eating enough of the plants all this tine on my own ceremonies within the sacred desert called Huiricuta. Then, I realized they’ve got thousands of years of uncorrupted cosmological context to ...
Trod the whole of the colonial centre of Zacatecas in one day looking for a furnished apartment to rent - the centre sits in a dip, surrounded on 3 sides by steep hills and the cobbled streets wind around numerous plazas, fountains and, of course, churches, many of which are built of the distinctive local pink stone. Met some really nice friendly people while searching, including a local guy also apartment hunting, so we pooled information - he even suggested we share! Asked everyone I ...
... been used for years. There was one Senor there doing some work and we had a chat and he showed us around. There is some natural hot springs here and plenty of space to park. He said we were welcome to stay and didn't charge us anything. He told us how to get to the lakes in the area and where to get propane and some supplies. We unhooked and went for a tiki tour. At the big lake, Boquilla, we saw that there wasn't much access around it so we opted ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility