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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... out in the open. The dunes were however unexpectedly sprouting shrubs and though they were much like tumbleweed, they broke up the landscape, as it trailed off to the nearby mountains. Next we continued down the dirt track to an abandoned and derelict salt factory; there was still a crisp white salt flat present, some crumbling buildings and chimneys. It was eerie out there and as the sun set Liliana's mum commented it was like a Mad Max movie! My second Torreon sunset was as ...
... were lined up outside the bus, executed, and left to rot in a nameless open expanse somewhere in Mexico. Numerous web searches have yielded no actual proof. Now, I’m not saying that it didn’t happen (maybe I just lack the investigative talent to find any articles relating to this event… even on Fox News’ website); what I am saying is that I don’t like to buy into hysteria on any level. I reluctantly agreed to refrain from traveling anywhere in the ...
Another beautiful colonial oasis in the desert - the fast flowing natural springs here were the basis of the town & are still enjoyed by the local population (and visitors!) today. In places the water flows through the streets in wonderfully crafted ancient aqueducts, less well crafted concrete waterways and in it's natural ...
Hotel La Siesta, Acuna No. 9, Tel: (01 842) 422-0374. Their current rates were 300 + 400 peso for 1 or 2 persons. The small, en-suite rooms come with cable TV but are a little overpriced for what's on ...
For Friday dinner, the visiting brothers and I, head over to Señora Clara Morenos. Her son, Alvero Moreno is in the work whom we also met in Chile. Her husband just had a stroke, but also came to convention. MartaVeloz came over to visit as well. Fidel Veloz, her son, lives in the Baja. Saturday we all gathered at Señora Anitas for lunch. She worked as ...