Hotel Colonial Juarez
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... going off of the road in Detroit, I was not about to go off of the highway. I see a break in the fence, probably allowing the throngs to get off of the highway and through to the depot and I say I am going for it. Hit the brakes on the RAM, crank her left, through the gap, and we are going west on the Aldama, and no one is chasing us.
Off West we go on the Aldama to the Calle Pedro M. Mendez, looking for the 40/400 series of highways that are heading south ...
Well first thing I will say is that we are sorry that we have not been keeping up on the blog. It seems like we are either doing something or going down the road. We entered Mexico on the 24th of Nov. We have traveled 1540 miles since then. You can see by the map where we are at. ...
Today we were just casually chilling on our terrace when suddenly all hell broke loose around us, or respectively in the mountains close by. Luckily we were spared and stayed dry, and therefore we all had our cameras out to take some pictures. It took me about 250 pictures, but I managed to snap a few lightnings as well ...
... to walk a few blocks and then got to the Macroplaza. The museum was directly across the Palace of the government, and right were the St. Lucia riverwalk started. The St. Lucia river is an artificial river right in the center of Mty that connects the Macroplaza with the Parque Fundidora, a massive park in the city (that I have not yet been to). On that artificial river people can choose whether to book a spot on a little barge or just to casually stroll along the riversides.
iLink, the student group that is taking care of us, resurrected an event from last semester. They call it iNature and what it is is basically a weekly hiking experience. Why hiking?
Well, as previously mentioned and as you probably have also seen in some previous photos, I currently live in a valley and am surrounded by mountains. The cities' name, Monterrey, consists of two Spanish words, namely Monte and Rey. That translates ...