Hotel Casa Grande Delicias
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- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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 ...
... very convivial, one big table and a couple of smaller ones. Lots of interesting people to talk to, a really nice British/Australian couple, a guy from Switzerland and this slightly older couple from Texas who where her as part of a large family group (they were staying elsewhere) alongside her 91 year old dad! Chatted about were they'd been etc and all set off for the day. I went back to my room, pottered for a bit ...
... music and company or getting a coffee in a nearby cafe. Caro was kind enough to give me a lift to the bus station that night for my overnight bus to Mazatlan.
When I'd originally planned my trip to the Copper Canyon I'd barely entertained the thought of going as far as Chihuahua but after Caro's reply to my couch request I'd known it would be worth the trip and I certainly wasn't disappointed. Now on to the beach!
... I checked my wallet and found that they had left me my cards, so knew at least I had the two most important things - my passport and access to money.
Again, its hard to express the emotions at this point. The initial one was anger, but then I was still shaking a bit, and just wanted to get my stuff together and get out of there. Once I had packed up everything, I then started to walk the 20km back down the highway, back towards the town, where I just wanted to get the ...
... ages, traffic was a *****, roads where closed and it took ages to get out of the city. The guy driving the cab was the same guy that took us to hotel Amigo, that day traffic was hell too. I felt bad for the driver, you could tell he was frustrated. After an hour we got to the bus station, we found the right bus company, Pullman de Morelos, and purchased tickets to Cuernavaca. We got some food and a drink and got on board. The trip ...