Hotel Dolores

Matamoros # 211, San Luis Potosí, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel

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Lunch dates are necessary

A travel blog entry by clara.sayre


... in a restaurant was so very much needed and the three of us had a great time. Right after we were seated, a couple walked in and were seated a couple of tables away from us; turns out it was the man who directs our traffic and parks everyone at our shows on the weekend! You can't go anywhere in the general vicinity of the circus without running into someone from the show. :)

We got back to the lot around 3pm and went to work resetting props. ...

SPI TX/OMG SARAs Heart again. :(

A travel blog entry by 3judycarter47

... be - she just keeps on disappointing! makes me sick. :((. Gary ckd for me on flights to go home- will see what tomorrow brings? Sara called & said it is likely A-Fib ( irregular heart beats out if control). only 1 yr since her open heart surgery - had nice talk with Marilyn earlier - it helped a lot. no one else would help like her ( nancy ha Lisa ha Lori no Jan maybe?) ah well! newest friend = the ...

Listen to the signs!

A travel blog entry by nacrobat


... fire in a big oil drum, warming themselves. They stared at the strange sight before then, a lone rider in the rain, in the fog, working his way down the dirt road. I didn't bother asking if I could go on, I was too far gone, I was all in.

As I set my eyes quickly back on the road, I was astonished and thrilled to see a pickup truck coming in the opposite direction. Alright, I thought, the road is open. If a pickup truck can get through, no problem for me. The truck slowed as ...

Winter Texans Going Home

A travel blog entry by luluandal


... always first times for us, wherever we go. In fact, Al went on his first pontoon fishing expedition with some RV park buddies, and although I was invited, I took a rain check. I still have nightmares from my “Carnival Cruise gone bad” in 2004 during a sunny day; a rogue wave tipped the ship over enough for the lawn chairs to slide off the eighth floor balcony. The Captain had it all under control and got us back safely, just as Al got back safely ...

Rio Grande Valley, Texas

A travel blog entry by luluandal


... it amusing that we sometimes feel like we are back up North in New Bedford and Fall River , MA. The Mexican community remind us so much of the Portuguese community that we grew up with. They dress similar, speak loud and use their hands to communicate. And, most are very fun and friendly people. Some of their music is similar, but not the foods. We do miss our Portuguese food. Even though the languages have some similarities, there are some important differences and I am trying ...


This hotel, located on Matamoros # 211, San Luis Potosí, is near Sabal Palm Audubon Center and Sanctuary, Casamata Museum, and Plaza Hidalgo.
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