Torreblanca Business Class Hotel
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... combination for anyone who knows me!! Finally we found somewhere to eat after literally battling through hordes of Mexicans to be seated at a bar where the stage outside had lights shining right in our faces. 2 glasses of wine later I really didn't give a **** and headed back to our hotel. Great nights sleep in a place called hotel California and a reasonable priced room, huge bed and fresh towels. Not a bad place to stop for a nights ...
... up a tour. On our way into the forest we passed by several small towns with local specialties such as woven baskets, honey, and a mystery cider drink which Chris of course had to sample. We hiked up the mountain into the reserve and found thousands of beautiful bright orange butterflies fluttering above our heads and resting in the pine trees all around us. It is difficult to comprehend how these tiny and delicate creatures are able to make such a ...
... predrinks in the hostel did we get a shuttle to presumably the best club in Mexiko (have not been to all of them, so I cannot tell if that myth is true), called “Roof”. The pictures show you the great view from the top. Three, two, one … Happy birthday! Welcoming the 23rd year of your lifetime with wonderful people and some good music – it is as simple and as good just like that. Drinks and party went on for a few more hours… J
... Arturro organized a “spa” day at the local hot springs. What a hoot! We were picked up at our camp by a gigantic tour bus to go only about 5 miles and were surprised to be dropped off at a dilapidated town square. The driver pointed to a small little store like all of the convenience stores in Mexico. On one side of the store was a little store that sold drinks and candy and a ...
... large but they are well spaced out.
One of the most interesting features is the choice of paint colours. If somebody back home painted their houses in such strong and vibrant colours you would seek to have them declared insane. In Spanish colonial areas, it just works.
The day's first church was the Rectory of Our Lady of Lourdes. It was striking to find at least one soul in every religious building we entered, seeking contemplation.