NE Hotel Nueva Estancia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The drop from Leakey down to Uvalde was straight and easy. And I finally found the anchor and bell of the USS Uvalde along Main Street - all decorated for Christmas. Carl had told me that his father (Beth's uncle) had served on the USS Uvalde, a cargo ship in the Pacific during WW II. No, there is no listing on the memorial of the many crew members that served on it, unfortunately.
Tomorrow is over the Fence and into Mexico.
... if it would only last!!!
After the Canyon we found ourselves in Monument Valley. As kids bought up on American westerns in the 60’s, Gael and I could identify with the landscape. The Navajo Indians run the valley and a large hotel at the site. They very generously provide free camping to anyone who finds themselves there at dusk. We partook of their generosity only to have a bozo with a generator spoil the place. As I lack any tolerance of others and wishing to ...
... and into the afternoon we went on a tour of the city of Leon. It was an awesome experience. We went downtown and saw the gate to enter to city and the oldest church in the state of Guanatro (the inside of it is covered in gold!) We were given a tour of the municipal building and were able to meet the ...
... formations and finally to the river, where we were at last permitted to swim. These waters, in the middle of the desert, are home to a couple of endemic species of turtles & fish. Still, did manage to see one of the turtles in the river at a great distance. Water refreshing & minerally, leaving us with a film of deposits drying over us on the windblown ride home in the back of the ...
I stay in Del Rio, Texas - Ramada Inn - with people on our Misison to Acuna trips. The hotel is clean and the service is outstanding. We deliver food to needy families in Acuna - who work 45-hours per week and bring home about $60 from the factories. Many live in houses they built from scrap lumber and card board. We ...