Posada Barrancas Mirador
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... recently had an article detailing a string of cases dating back to the 1990’s wherein young, black and brown males have been killed by police within the NYPD alone. In almost all of these cases the victims have been unarmed. This is New York City, alone. It doesn’t even include cases from the other states. It is easy to see that these cases are occurring far more than once every year (which in and of itself is horrible). Thus, it cannot be ...
... doors to introduce myself. Hope they won’t take offense to a big, black dude banging on their door one evening! Because, as of now…my chair is still my chair…my apartment is my apartment…but my house is not a home when my apartment building feels so alone!!! (You all are supposed to picture and imagine Luther singing those words above!). So I will let you all know how it goes when I start accosting my neighbors in search of ...
... adherence to their faith.
We stopped in Namiquipa for a refreshment and comfort break. What made this stop interesting is there is an adjoining bar to the restaurant where one sits on a saddle instead of a barstool at the bar.
We arrived in Casas Grandes around 6:00 p.m. Our hotel was the Hotel Hacienda. It was actually a motel that reminded me of a Days Inn or any other budget motel. My room was tiled and had a tv, phone, hairdryer and ...
... was going to begin.
With Mexican Independence Day approaching, the school was preparing for the celebration. The children had been practicing dances and exhibitions to perform on the upcoming holiday and it was a real honor for us to see them perform.
The piņata was hung and excitement built as several children tried to break it. Finally, success! The candy came down and the children rushed to grab it. We held back some candy we bought ...
... and included images from Peru, Bolivia and Chile. Lee was less appreciative of the aesthetics than I was but found the images of graffitied hammer and sickle symbols interesting nonetheless.
After a bit of lunch and people-watching in a nearby park (the guidebook describes it as a favourite haunt of canoodling local couples) we wandered back towards the centre of town to visit the National History Museum. Following a cursory ...