Margarita's Plaza Mexicana

Address: Calle Elfido Batista s/n, Creel, Copper Canyon, Northern Mexico, 33200, Mexico | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Calle Elfido Batista 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

      ... machine gun so I wasn't going to argue!

      Our weekend destination was in a little town called Creel. Awesome little spot! We had walked the length of the main street in the time it took us to remember what our hotel was called. As this area is home to the native indians there were plenty of colourful outfits and gorgeous little snotty nosed kids selling hand women baskets. (It was cold up here so snots are forgiven!) Through some ...

      Trains, Rocks, Hamburgers & Guns

      A travel blog entry by doove on Oct 14, 2013

      55 photos

      ... identical train, with a couple of identical additional carriages thrown on the back! This was on the Friday, so I had a free day to explore and went out by the river to see some petroglyphs…

      I still haven’t forgiven petroglyphs since a particularly **** day in Peru, where I spent a good 8 hour round trip to see a stencil in a rock, got given the worlds map and burnt in some death valley. Maybe I’m not the archaeological type, ...

      Entry point for Copper Canyon

      A travel blog entry by lairsho on Sep 07, 2013

      9 comments

      ... started pouring while we were there. While we ate, a number of young children from the local indigenous tribe tried to come in and sell trinkets, but were shooed out. Poverty is a strong presence. The small towns we rode through on the bus today were sad places where it seemed the whole populations were living in poverty. We're staying in a $20 a night hotel, Real de Chapultepec, and thankfully have two rooms with two beds each because the front room has a serious ...

      And 9 1/2 hours up again to Cusarare

      A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Mar 20, 2013

      26 photos

      ... and one in the mountains. Children (5 - 14 years old) still attend these schools from Monday to Friday and then return to their homes for the weekend.


      Setting up the schools was not easy task. Food, school supplies, bedding and water were all needed to operate the schools. There was no access to electricity and a well had to be dug by hand. Volunteer teachers taught grades 1 to 5. The children, who only spoke their native language, were taught ...

      Ruins of Hacienda San Miguel and the Aqueduct

      A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Mar 20, 2013

      30 photos

      ... lane that goes to the hacienda. Pedro had to back out his car, the length of this lane to return to the bridge. Once again, we did not feel very comfortable looking out the windows at the drop offs as we went backwards on this rough road. Pedro said that he was used to it. We weren't...

      We drove on to see another one of Shepherd's accomplishments - the aqueduct. Before Shepherd arrived the ore with the silver was taken up to the top of the canyon by mules. But this ...