Posada Tierra Blanca

Av. Ninos Heroes No. 102, Chihuahua, Northern Mexico, 31000, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Chihuahua


A travel blog entry by tigerjo


... I'm never comfortable in front of a camera but at least I would never have to see the results and that made it easier to relax! We went to check out the mammoth museum with its random collections of fossils and local artefacts and found out a bit more about the local Mennonite community. Coco seemed to know everyone and we called by a cafe owned by a friend of his for a milkshake and to rest our weary feet. After enough wandering ...

The Worst Day Of My Life

A travel blog entry by doove


... back. They just continued to go through my stuff, taking my Macbook, whilst pressing the knife into my chest, shouting don't look and some other bits of Spanish I couldn't understand.

At this point, I was aware that they had started going through my main backpack, which i'd left in the trunk of the car - they were ripping through everything, and must have been around 10 minutes as they continued to threaten me. Once they went through my medical supplies, one of them ...

Back in Mexico City

A travel blog entry by felixyorugua


... As explained in the museum, her life combined passion, personal fate, political convictions and her personal and practical response to her handicap. She was diagnosed with polio when she was 6 and had a bus accident when she was 18, both of which really affected her physically. She underwent 32 surgeries during her life and also suffered a lot when her husband and famous Mexican artist Diego Rivera cheated on her with her own sister. Part of her paintings show her suffering, ...

Train trip

A travel blog entry by pierre-zuzana


The city of Chihuahua lies in the central north part of Mexico. We came here to visit this place, very briefly, before taking the famous Chepe train, connecting the cities of Chihuahua and Los Mochis on the Pacific coast. It takes approximately 15h to go all the way, through scenic mountainous and canyon landscapes. The Chepe is one of the last two passenger train still working in Mexico, and it has become the most popular and touristic one. ...

7. The bus ride isn't quite what I'm used to

A travel blog entry by mlloyd

... chairs set up in the shade. I’d seen something similar on state highways in Arizona on the Navajo reservation near the Grand Canyon, though they were selling trinkets, not food. What I have not seen in the US are police armed with machine guns at toll booths (and I hope I never do).

On US long distance busses, you bring your food or get it when the bus stops at a station. In Mexico, they bring the food to you. At one toll booth, we pulled to a stop and a ...


This 3 star hotel, located on Av. Ninos Heroes No. 102, Chihuahua, is near Paseo de Montejo, Anthropology and History Museum, La Ciudadela, and Museum of the City of Mexico (Museo de la Ciudad de Mexico).
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