Real Inn Torreón
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... as Liliana picked me up. After initial holas, we drove straight from the airport up to a local momument to catch sunset. The Christo de las Noas statue, the third tallest Christ statue in Latin America, stands high above the city, providing views all around. It was great to see the Torreon cityscape at sunset, as well as the monument and it's various chapels. We got a little lost driving back towards the centre of town however and drove through some rather dimly lit streets; ...
... happy as could be. For the first time in my life, I was able to walk around in the middle of the day under such powerful rays of the angry sun and not break a sweat. As in most places with such intense daytime heat, the city wakes from siesta as the sun creeps over the horizon. With nightfall comes the emergence of life.
In the evenings I spend time driving around the city with either my friends or my family. Without a doubt, two things I see on every outing are 1) ...
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 ...
... in the states for many years then helped put her husband through school in Mexico City. He is an Architect. For supper (cena), Salvador, Reymond and myslef went to Señora Juanitas. Six of them live in a small house with three canarys and a turtle. Reymond told his testimony and his days in the navy. He has been in the work in Mexico for 51 ...
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