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    American Orient Express-Copper CanyonAmerican Orient Express Copper Canyon Ciudad-Juarez, Mexico
    filled with some of the most beautiful gorges and rivers, and four times as big as the Grand Canyon, the Copper Canyon in Mexico is one of the most spectacular places to visit in the world, and the American Orient Express railroad began operating in 2003, using vintage railcars, with a few from the New York Central and Union Pacific railroads that had been used during the 1950s, the train will take you back and forth between Copper Canyon, Mexico and El Paso, Texas. The tracks have been used only for freight trains for the last half century and travels along a sight filled with beauty, wonder and amazing sights that will awe you and includes barrel cactus with their bright yellow blossoms to the gila monsters and roadrunners. The train stops at the 93 foot Cusarere Falls, Balancing Rock overlook and the secluded canyon side village of Divisadero that perform their traditional dances by the native Tarahumara tribe.

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    History MuseumHistory Museum Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
    this museum was built during the years of 1885 to 1889 and became a customs house for many years, before becoming the outstanding museum that is now is. It is one of the few examples of Victorian architecture left in the state of Juarez and is considered to be quite characteristic of the Porfirio Diaz period. The president of Mexico, Porfirio Diaz, in 1909, would host a banquet for the then President of the United States, William H. Taft in the structure's central hall, and become the first meeting between the two Presidents ever. The rooms and halls had been elaborately decorated for the Mexican Independence Centennial in 1910, but would become marred by the resignation of Diaz within a year, in this very building. After the huge and deciding battle of Ciudad Juarez in 1911, the peace treaties giving the victory to the Mexican Revolution would be signed by Francisco Madero in the building, with such famous legends as Poncho Villa, Pascual Orozco and others would become part of the siege of the city and end the ten year war for independence. It opened as the Ciudad Juarez Museum of History in 1990 with a permanent exhibit of pre-Columbian cultures, Spanish conquistadors, the Spanish Vice-Royalty, Independence, the Reformation and the Porfirio Diaz period; and the last two halls are devoted to the Mexican Revolution.

January 4, 2014