Wingate by Wyndham Chihuahua
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... sight to see. We took a number of photos and I got some good panoramic shots and we were back on the train again.
The opportunity was there to spend the day in Creel which is the most populated town on the route and close to the Mexican Grand Canyon, there are opportunities to hike within the canyon but these were all 2/ 3 day hike minimums and we did not have the time. If we were completely honest we had done enough hiking in Thailand ...
... in the right direction. Villa's villa was nice little estate, complete with all his furniture, and little descriptions of his life here...designed to help me practice my Spanish. There was also an array of weaponry he and his troops used in their revolutionary war. There were also vintage posters Villa distributed, invited all "gringos" to join his cause. His life came to an end when he was shot down in his ...
So my arrival in Chihuahua was heralded with an immediate trip to a local bar to watch some live music and down a bucket or 2 of beer. With my precarious financial situation...I needed a cashpoint stat! But had enough for beer! I hadn't actually eaten all day save for a couple of marshmallow topped cookies, so the beers (and accompanying popcorn) went down very well. Caro and her cousin were great company and there was that instant ...
... go tomorrow, the extra hour is good.
Through town and to the hotel. A small boxed food package will be provided in lieu of brekkie. The room is a suite; sweet! Won't really get to enjoy it, however, with the early departure. Down to the bar, only Peter turning up. Tried a Tecate beer 32 MP. Nice chit chat about dumb vegetarians and travel. Back for wifi, having to get the code from reception. Alarm set for 0446. Quick shower and bed before 2300.
... have these amazing murals on them. Of course, if you're into history, you'll also be entertained. If you're not into weaponry, art/architecture, or history, you'll probably breeze through it pretty quickly, unless you stop to decode the descriptions. I think they just dumped the Spanish into babelfish and printed the results.
We then went to look at the jail in the middle of the city. It looks like a castle in some ways. Apparently, ...