Hotel Avenida Real

Aldama No. 345, Sombrerete, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by nacrobat


... piece of the devil. The Tail proved to be no problem, let's see about his Spine. The usual Mexican mountain road madness with stretches of pothole pleasantries, gravel gravitas, the occasional rock or boulder littering the road, and my fave, oncoming cars and trucks crossing the solid yellow line into my lane. One of the two most annoying habits Mexican drivers have, the other being their near uniform disdain ...

Devil's Spine

A travel blog entry by nacrobat


... -2352162/Taming-Devils-Backbone-How-Dur ango-Mazatlan-Highway-revitalize-northe rn-Mexico.html and, reportthe-scariest-ride-of-my-life-devi ls-backbone/ Yeah I'll be careful but then again would careful even be up on la Espinazo del Diablo? Just sayin'... yippee ki-yay ************! (when yelling this out, I would go with a mix of John McClane in Die Hard and Mr. Chow in The Hangover. Sounds really ...

Do They Know It's Christmas?

A travel blog entry by doove


After actually giving something some thought for once, I decided that my destination for Christmas would be San Christobal. It had been recommended by a lot of travellers and figured there would be quite a few backpackers around there to celebrate with. It may be because I had seen a lot of colonial towns before coming to San Christobal, but it didn't immediately strike me as anything particularly different. It was nice, yes, but after asked what there was to do around ...


A travel blog entry by jamespatterson


Zacatecas, Zacatecas -Traveling from the north to the south, it is in the colonial cities that a different Mexico begins to emerge. Away from the dusty rodeo circuit of the border region and the dry arid heat of the desert, it is not only the number of roadside cattle drives that change. Gone is the rough and tumble attitude of the north, along with their coarse language and fondness for cheap, strong beer. In its place you'll find a more European character: ...

Zacatecas and the Masks

A travel blog entry by team-elephant


We lingered on in Durango for a further day, slept late, caught the cable car up a nearby hill to take in the city, walked 300m through an underground tunnel between the main square and the minerals museum, visited the Museum of Francisco (Pancho) Villa and enjoyed a cheap dinner of the local speciality, gorditas. It was somewhere during our idle day that I checked my email back at our hotel and discovered to my dismay that we needed to go to Guatemala. Exactly ...


This hotel, located on Aldama No. 345, Sombrerete, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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