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Hi,Carmen!
Just a quick note to let you know that everything went beautifully for our Multifunctional Materials Workshop -- both at the Mirador and at the Rancho. The staff at the hotels wereoutstanding! Very friendly, service-oriented, and attentive to all details and requests.
If you ever require a reference, please do not hesitate to give my name, email address, and/or phone number toanyone who may be considering hosting a meeting at the Mirador & Rancho. I will be delighted to advise them of how wonderful the location, guestrooms, meeting space, and especially the staff are!Do please be sure to again extend my thanks, and the thanks of the meeting participants, to each of those who cared for us during our event.
Sincerely,
Shari

It is a pleasure to dine in thedining car freshly decorated with the same elegant upholstery and carpet of the passenger cars. An excellently equipped kitchen serves delicious breakfasts, lunches, and dinners daily.
A journey throughCopper Canyon is one of the most enthralling journeys you can take in Mexico. The train ride itself is remarkable, the scenery is amazing, and the whole experience will become a lifetime memory foryou and those travelling with you.

The Copper Canyon area takes up 25,000 square miles, almost a full third of the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua. This beautiful region of the Sierra Madremountains is filled with enormous waterfalls, caves, forests, apple orchards, rich flora and fauna, the famed Tarahumara Indians with their fascinating, age-old culture and one of the longest and deepestsystems of canyons in the world, actually four times deeper than the Grand Canyon. How to see it: take an unforgettable trip on the Chihuahua-Pacific Railway, an engineering marvel which took 100years to build and now makes a large section of this once unreachable area easily and pleasantly accessible. The "Chepe," as it is affectionately known, takes its travelers from sea level to 8,000 feet...
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