Wingate by Wyndham Chihuahua
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... take in the rapidly changing scenery, we started in small town Mexico with a few dusty roads and the odd shop then about an hour in switching to hillier terrain and cactuses just everywhere! After a couple of stops in small villages where some people got on and some got off and we were offered various Mexican delicacies by entrepreneurial locals at each station we started to ascend. Considering we started at Los Mochis which is near enough sea level we ...
... and dormant.
I slept well, and took full advantage of a non-car-based sleeping area. I checked out at 11:59am...just avoiding extra charges. Tonight, a friend from Saudi Arabia (not a Saudi, but a Welsh-woman who worked there) was flying in to join me for a bit in the area; check out Copper Canyon and all that north-central Mexico has to offer. Menna was one of the main reasons Saudi was bearable. ...
... took me to a Drive Inn for afternoon beers and a chamorro (pork leg marinated in a sauce of bell peppers, orange juice and dried Poblano chillies) served with a heap of tortillas. The Drive inn was originally just a big lot with parking spots and food stands where you could buy your food and beer then sit in your car to eat. Now there are a whole host of restaurants and live music and Coco told me its a place where people often make ...
... 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, ...