- Adjoining Rooms
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
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... just as enthusiastic and added to the fun by dancing and singing along. It was great fun. Now we can understand why so many people speak so highly of Alamos. It is a little gem tucked away in the mountains!
Next day, we drove to San Carlos and stayed in the same RV park we stopped in on the way south three months before. This was our last stop before going over the border.
... my door, peered out and a black bat flew by. I quickly shut the door and did not open it again the rest of the night as I did not want to contend with a bat possibly getting into my room. The racket continued until 11:30 p.m. I did not sleep well that night. I learned the next morning a few in our group had no power or air conditioning in their rooms for a few hours and the noise was coming from the repairmen. I think we were all glad to leave that hotel the next day.
... we had no service, but we were traveling in relatively remote areas of the country. Additionally, the coach traveled with cold bottled purified water and it was available at all times.
Sergio announced that we were going to stop in Obregon at a Wal-Mart. Obregon is an agricultural boom town of 500,000. This was an opportunity to buy anything we forget to bring on the trip. Sergio also stated that we were going to visit a Tarahumara ...
... stop before crossing the line into the US we have decided to have an overnight stay in Alamos in the interior. This was an old silver mining community founded in the 1700's at which time it had a population of some 30,000 people. At 13,000 population now it is much diminished from its heyday but it is a beautiful city designated a UNESCO world heritage site on account of its distinctive colonial architecture which has been preserved. Maria-Lynn and I took ...
... no idea how close they came to meeting their maker.
There's just all kinds of craziness happening on these roads and you never ever get to just sit back and enjoy the ride. You're always on hyper-alert.
Take today. We´re heading inland to a quaint colonial town of Alamos for one night on our way to Mazatlan--a little side trip to break up the ride our friends Bob and Donna tell us.
We've been traveling with them since Nogales or we'd really be freaked ...