Days Inn Laredo

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

7060 North San Bernardo Ave., Laredo, Texas, 78041, United States
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Costs 69% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families25
  • Couples25
  • Solo50
  • Business57

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At Noon

by StefanosS

Although LOS DOS LAREDOS is an interplay point of two different cultures and lifestyles, each side keeps some unique characteristics. I think that in August there would be the highest temperatures in the area. 115ºF or 45.5ºC is a possible temperature at noon, and the two sides had a totally different picture.

@ LAREDO the American side, was almost deserted. Just a few cars were moving with their air-conditionings working at their highest setting, and when a car was stopping somewhere, the driver was running directly for a shelter in a shop or a house with a similar cooling equipment. All doors were closed to keep the desired temperature difference. Americans were afraid of heat!

@ NUEVO LAREDO, the Mexican side, was totally different. People were still walking in the streets, the most part of the shops had their doors opened, not having air-conditioning, and the best way to overcome heat, was to buy a chilled fruit juice from a street vendor and then find some bench under the shadow of a tree in the huge central square and lay there for a while.

Republic of the Rio Grande

by RobertViolin

Did you know that Laredo was once the capital of a republic that included lands from both Texas nad Mexico? In many ways, in its history we can find evidence of how this city has sought to form its identitity apart from the two coutnries that contain it.

Laredo is a contradiction in many terms. It is a small city of seemingly unimportance; yet, as the major port of entry between the United States and Mexico, it marks a spot where the first world and the third world meet face to face. Its people are American Citizens by birth; yet any Laredoan will immediately tell you of the impact of Mexican culture. A common saying is that Laredo is politically American, culturally Mexican. Both English and Spanish are spoken, though Spanish predomainates, but any "fronterizo" (border person) will readily understand one language while speaking the other.
One of the most popular things to do in Laredo is to cross into Mexico, or as it is commonly said, "Going to the other side." Once in Laredo's sister city of Nuevo Laredo, a popular tourist activity is shopping at the various mercados that are set up. Many people buy handcrafted articles, but candy and liquor stores seem to dot Nuevo Laredo's downtown section. As a very general rule, prices are cheaper the further one travels from the international bridge.
I have lived in Laredo almost all my life. It is my home. If you are coming over or have any questions about this area, feel free to write me.


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Address: 7060 North San Bernardo Ave., Laredo, Texas, 78041, United States