El Paso ASYMCA Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... lightning. After we arrived at the hotel we were all hungry so we decided to go to Gorditas Maria's little Mexican stand. The chile rojo tasted just like grandmas. So tomorrow we will do a few more things at the caverns and then take a six hour drive on the road to San Antonio, Texas. I wish the Spurs all the luck they can get. Good ...
... him he got angry and started yelling. So he started the truck and we went to a place where there was people that where acting weird. Then he got out to go talk to a man in a black suit. Around me I could make ou that we were in the worst part of town with big muscular angry looking men. The man came back and opened the door and forced me out toward the man with the suit on. The man tried to trade me to ...
... you believe these polls?" Megyn Kelly again. Yep Megyn believe the polls - not your neocon friends.
"It looks like Obama is going to win the election without the popular vote" - Bret Baier again of Fox. Uhmm no Bret. Obama won the electoral college and popular vote. Final count is: electoral college: 332 Obama 206 Romney Popular vote: Obama won by 3.2 million or 3%. Do these guys know how to do math?
"Romney will win in ...
Got up and found out I was an hour off somehow with my time. We had to hustle around but got to the airport by 10:15 for our 11:55 flight. We had to meet Lisa who had some additional luggage for us. We got in the AA line at 10:50 and they had 1 poor woman there working the baggage check in and for some reason everyone was taking special care that required about 10 min each. ...
... be the kind of locale where I could sit for an hour and read more of the exciting goings-on in 1880s Serbia, unless, that is, I wanted to receive a pool cue in the eye from one of the salubrious-looking patrons I saw entering and leaving. Being a Sunday, the downtown area was even more lifeless than usual, meaning that, despite exploring the city's highways and byways for over an hour, I couldn't find anywhere even resembling a good restaurant. Finally, ...