Hotel Villa Mexicana at Creel

Adolfo Lopez Mateos S/N, Creel, Copper Canyon, Northern Mexico, 33200, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Adolfo Lopez Mateos S/N, Creel.
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    Travel Blogs from Creel

    Mainland Mexico West

    A travel blog entry by bteam1 on Nov 07, 2013

    27 photos

    ... It's on the top ten train rides in the world or something so we were expecting it to be nice, but WOW! It was 6 hrs of ravines and canyons and amazing engineering of rivers and tunnels over rivers and waterfalls. And because it's Meico I spent a while hanging out of a window betwen carriages feeling the sun on my face and the wind in my hair. I was quite reluctant to leave my post but the security guard was armed with a large, intimidating, ...

    Trains, Rocks, Hamburgers & Guns

    A travel blog entry by doove on Oct 14, 2013

    55 photos

    ... finding somewhere which sold beer was a bit more of a challenge, and then the grandma of the house ordered me to bed at 9pm!

    Spent the night there, and then a second because my plan was to get the El Chepe train (the only one which exists in Mexico, and one of the only ones in the whole of Latin America). On two or three days a week there was a second class train which was 50% of the price as the first class, even though they turned out to be ...

    Entry point for Copper Canyon

    A travel blog entry by lairsho on Sep 07, 2013

    9 comments

    ... more interesting town than the final stop in Los Mochis. Creel is a funny little logging town with only a few streets, but it's the jumping off point for bike rides, hikes and tours of the canyon. Actually, it's a number of canyons all strung together. We're staying two nights in Creel since we arrived at 5 PM and want to spend the day tomorrow exploring, hopefully by rented bicycle, if the bloody rain stops. We had dinner at a colorful restaurant on the main street ...

    And 9 1/2 hours up again to Cusarare

    A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Mar 20, 2013

    26 photos

    ... walls. The crosses and light fixtures were made of tree branches. All along the walls there were traditional Tarahuma designs on the white walls and there was a notched log ladder that went up to the choir loft. At the front of the church were some traditional Catholic paintings and altar.


    The priest, who resided in the mission in the 1960's, realized that education was very important for the Tarahumara children and built two boarding schools - one in ...

    Ruins of Hacienda San Miguel and the Aqueduct

    A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Mar 20, 2013

    30 photos

    ... of rocks and adobe and it is amazing that the buildings have still held their form after years of dry and rainy seasons. Remember adobe bricks are made from mud (clay and sand), straw and other organic things. When it rains, you'd think that it would dissolve somewhat. The roofs have caved in and the wooden floors are gone. Probably the townspeople used some of the materials when the mining operation stopped. Bougainvilla vines grow up and over the ruins and young children ...