Hotel Interforum Express
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
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... had one for the same price. You get what you pay for: (sorry, forgot to take pics) no screen in bath window, broken screen in bedroom window, room had an odor to it, fan but no A/C,no shower curtain, no towel hanger, hot water slow to arrive, shower was a slow stream. Luckily no bugs; temps so far, low 80s to upper 60s (pretty close to ideal for me).
Why didn't I book ahead? Several reasons: unforeseen ...
... dry valley, sort of like Los Angeles, with the town of Saltillo spread out before me. Again -- it was like arriving in Detroit circa 1965 -- all factories and steel mills and depots and railroads. This is the other end of Ross Perot's giant sucking sound. GM, Chrysler, Delphi and Mercedes Benz all have vehicle factories here. Appliances are also manufactured. The place just hums. The traffic is horrendous. With no GPS, I was ...
... is supported by various industrial means, Chrysler, Mercedes-Benz and General Motors all have major assembly plants where 37.4% of cars and 62.6% of trucks produced in Mexico are assembled in Saltillo, according to Wikepedia. Saltillo is also an important manufacturing conglomerate that makes home appliances, silverware, and auto parts.
The purpose for our trip was for Lulu to perform at a wedding of our Mexican friends Cecy and Mauricio, who we had met last year at Roca ...
We finally made it into Mexico. We have had many breakdowns on this trip and yesterday we had yet another and had to replace the calipers and pads on both of the rear breaks so it put us back another day.
Our crossing at the Pharr bridge was uneventful, it took 20 minutes after we got to the window to secure our vehicle permit. A young woman made a brief walk through our MH, she said it was pretty, and wanted to know how much it cost and we were off. At the 100 ...
In all of the activities today I learned that language barriers are really not barriers at all. There are many many ways to communicate with someone. I saw it happen. I watched people go from silent and timid and confused to smiling and drawing pictures and telling stories and doing gestures ...