Hotel Parador Chihuahua
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... in good eats. The walk back to hotel serenaded us in Christian rock and Oasis, naturally, as it was being piped in through the trees (via speakers, of course). The Plaza de Armas was stunning at night, as Mexico seems to enjoy lighting things up when the sun retires. After some pics it was off to the hotel to turn in....we had a little drive to Creel and the Copper Canyon tomorrow.
5493km / 3413mi
... 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 ...
... cow, ostrich, deer, elk, shark, stingray and python pointed cowboy boots decorated with fancy embossed designs. A big night out for the local teenagers was to go window shopping for boots and hats.
Even though Chihuahua is known as the place where Pancho Villa, the famous revolutionary, lived we did not make it to his 50 room mansion which is a museum about the Mexican Revolution. We would have liked to have seen the way that ...
... had to divert back 35 miles towards El Paso, then try to get a car, etc. Although the winds were 25 knots right across the runway, I was able to touch down between gusts.
We had a fun evening with Rhett and Ann, and we’ll be sleeping by a bay window with an amazing view of the high desert.
Sean and I were beat after the long day in a hot, bumpy cockpit. Tomorrow, we're off to at least Boise, if not all the way home. ...
... 8217;s (from Vegas) yummy zucchini bread (Judy, I need that recipe, too, please!) We got on Interstate 10 headed down toward Sierra Vista where Jake had been stationed 20 years ago.
The day was not our best. We planned on camping at Patagonia Lake just north of Nogales, Mexico and then “doing” Nogales the next ...