Wingate by Wyndham Chihuahua
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... hours of mountainous driving, the city appeared before me, signaled immediately by the surprise appearance of Walmart. Not what I was expecting. Anyway, after a night in the car, and 10 hours of intense driving, a shower was odorously needed. I wanted a cheap hotel to crash in, but for that I needed the internet. I also needed dinner. And as if Chihuahua was reading my mind...and my stomach...a Denny's appeared ...
... music and company or getting a coffee in a nearby cafe. Caro was kind enough to give me a lift to the bus station that night for my overnight bus to Mazatlan.
When I'd originally planned my trip to the Copper Canyon I'd barely entertained the thought of going as far as Chihuahua but after Caro's reply to my couch request I'd known it would be worth the trip and I certainly wasn't disappointed. Now on to the beach!
... just wanted to see the waterfall and leave. They had pulled into a long driveway near where a restaurant was, but then turned around, and started driving back the direction I actually wanted to go.
I thought at this point, they had given in and were just going to leave me where I originally wanted, but almost straight away they pulled up into some woods, where again they were insisting there was a better point to go and walk from. The vehicle kept on stalling and had ...
... 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.
... going to have some.
We continued to walk around the downtown shopping area. It seemed that there was a huge fabric store on every block. There were more fabric stores in that area that Dunkin Donuts in Boston or Putt-Putts at the beach. Rachel would have had a ball. The rest of the stores were mostly shoes and clothing. There were a few carts selling kids toys. I was able to buy some of the stuff I needed and then ...