Hotel Parador Chihuahua

Calle 3a. No. 304, Chihuahua, Northern Mexico, 31000, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Chihuahua

The Worst Day Of My Life

A travel blog entry by doove


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As we approached the junction turn off, the driver was asking for money for the gasoline, but wanted a ridiculous amount. I explained it was really close, I didn't have much money, and I would be happy to get out and walk. They ignored my requests, and carried on driving, firstly to the point I wanted to get out, and then past it. All the time they were asking if I was going to pay or not, saying I was a gringo but also asking some of the more regular questions like if ...

White Sands NM/ City of Rocks State Park, NM

A travel blog entry by gsnakehill


... have driven to the Cliff Dwellings. Late in the afternoon who comes to our camper this camper from Maine with one of his dogs. We had met him now about three times in Florida, and Texas at a few campgrounds and visitor centers. He and his wife just pulled into this park this afternoon. They have a trailer so they unhooked and drove their truck up route 35 and then back down 15 to Silver City. They did not go all the way up to the Cliff Dwellings and ...

On to Chihuahua

A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp

... This town was developed in the 1920's as a shopping centre for Old Colony Mennonites who had arrived in Mexico from Manitoba and Saskatchewan in Canada.

For some Mennonites who migrated from the prairies, their connection to Canada remained pretty strong. Many returned to Manitoba and Saskatchewan. In the early 1950's, after a severe drought, many Mennonites were attracted to Ontario to do seasonal work in the area around Kitchener. ...

A day of Caves & Rocks

A travel blog entry by bellethorpe


... cave which had the foundations of three small storage areas, a hearth and two circular depressions thought to be used for cooking. Thus Cave One was suspected to have been used as a communal kitchen. The first archaeological report of the area was written by Adolph Bandelier in 1884. In these reports he documented that vandals and relic seekers had already removed artefacts, knocked down walls and burned roofs. After this destruction, 80% ...

Sand, Rock, and Old Buildings

A travel blog entry by itsatrip

... when we returned to the interstate, crossing the Rio Grande and cruising into Deming an hour after our departure. At Deming, we turned off the freeway onto Highway 180, arriving at City of Rocks at 4:15 (about 90 min. total driving time).

City of Rocks was fun, walking through and climbing on the rocks. I made a bet with Phoebe to see who could climb the highest rock. I won.

Arriving ...


This 3 star hotel, located on Calle 3a. No. 304, Chihuahua, is near Silver City Museum, Catwalk Trail, Western New Mexico University Museum, and Gila National Forest.
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