Posada Barrancas Mirador

Estacion, Copper Canyon, Northern Mexico, 81200, Mexico | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Estacion, Copper Canyon, is near Teatro Municipal, Iglesia San Francisco, Palacio Cousino, and Museo Artequin.
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    Travel Blogs from Copper Canyon

    NOTAS A YO MISMO (NOTES TO SELF)!

    A travel blog entry by mvwil5 on Sep 17, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Mexico's Frontier

    A travel blog entry by maryjacobs on Sep 12, 2014

    6 photos

    ... in the room. It was adequate and I was comfortable there for the night. The hotel also has a swimming pool that is in dire need of resurfacing. We stayed there as it was very close to the UNESCO World Heritage site we planned to visit tomorrow. We had an hour to relax and then we were off to a pottery demonstration and dinner at 7:00 p.m.

    There are a number of artisans with studios in this region of Mexico who make pottery, the most sought after which ...

    Copper Canyon

    A travel blog entry by maryjacobs on Sep 11, 2014

    18 photos

    ... a child was not able to get to the candy when the piņata broke. Everyone received candy and pens, pencils, erasers and other small items. Notebooks, backpacks, and other school supplies were left with the teachers to use for their classrooms.

    There was more music and impromptu dancing by the students. Some in our group danced with the students. Sadly, it came time to say good-bye. Each one of us was given a note, a drawing or a poem from one of ...

    Santiago-t here

    A travel blog entry by hadwin on Mar 08, 2014

    3 photos

    ... br>
    Immigration was the usual pain with long but flowing queues – it took about an hour to get through but at least this meant you didn’t need to wait for luggage!

    As I came out of the gates there was the scrum of fragrant local taxi drivers and tour guides and the grinning face of Christos, our Wine Voyages guide, clipboard in hand. He greeted me by name and said we were just waiting for one other whom, as ...

    Riding El Chepe

    A travel blog entry by tigerjo on Mar 07, 2014

    11 photos

    ... of the conductors speaking with a microphone. As we passed the first bridge..also the longest on the route...I joined the rest of the melee squeezed into the section connecting the two carriages for a better look. Here you had open windows which you could hang out of to get the perfect shot....just keep an eye out for approaching tunnels which through which the train barely has space enough to pass! I much preferred hanging out in this connecting area, with the fresh air ...