Palacio Azteca Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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The team was very focused to get a significant amount of the main house built before the end of the first day. The whole project was under the supervision of Alfonso (aka "Fonzie") who was called the "A Builder". The Homes for Hope staff train to become an A Builder and then they are allowed to lead volunteer teams.
Alfonso was very organized and all of the volunteers were busy completing their assigned tasks. Sloan got busy painting the exterior walls a nice mustard color, ...
... 4 hours in downtown ... In conclusion: it has itīs charms.
This downtown has been created for the tourist that wants to enjoy some good Mexican food, Mexican party, some souvenirs and overall have a small taste of what Mexico is ... but it is a very small taste because it does stay within the stereotypes of the Tequila, the donkeys and the mariachi.
I am sure if you come to downtown Tijuana you will have an absolutely wonderful time ...
Got up and packed and loaded everything into the car as the hotel wouldn't store out ****. Got to the car park bang in 10am. Parked up, followed some signs, and in a few minutes we were in Mexico. Some dudes with very big rifles. Walked over to downtown, avoiding the beggars and possible pick pockets, and wandered around for about an hour, had breakfast, about $6 each, and then decided to stop into a couple more shops ...
... road. ( includes the 45 degree in the pouring rain segment in Alaska and the 850 mile Billings MT to Albert Lee MN). I got a late start from the Marriott Resort in Tucson because I couldn't pass up spending a couple hours on the lazy river - what an awesome hotel. It's a corporate JW so the staff is outstanding and a beautiful venue in the foothills. Ok let's talk about THE ride- when I pulled out from the hotel it was about 12:45 and a cool 102 degrees - ...
... rescue and revives me with Wahoo's fish tacos. That's my daughter!
Cory and Bobby catch up and plan the next few days before we cross over to Mexico. We have some paperwork to complete for Mexican auto insurance and doggy health certificates. We have a vet appointment. We need Mexican fishing permits. We need Thanksgiving stuff. We need more beers. We need pesos. We need a can of fake snow. (See Robert Earl ...