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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... Balmorhea SP. Had we known of the difficulty in getting on a tour, we would have made reservations for today ahead of time... Jeeesh! Has that ever happened to you??
The wind is still gusting, but it's about eighty degrees and very arid. I'm noticing a problem or two with my nasty skin and the rest of what's affected by dry air. There's a bit of dust in the air from all of the wind, but it's tolerable. We're tolerant. That helps...
... dog who sniffed up something. He was cuffed and, after a short struggle, was marched away. Nice to see a bit of action.
We pulled out of El Paso about 4pm and things were pretty boring for a while. Lots of desert and then some more desert. Got to chat to a few of the others on the train, Some joker was telling me about his cross dressing brother-in-law and how is other sister met a bloke on the internet and moved in with the guy only ...
-Went to my first day of work today at a tomato farm and it wasn't too bad, until the I.N.S. arrived. Everything was going well until a lot of police officers arrived and started arresting everyone. Luckily, I hid inside crates of tomatoes and went unnoticed. After they left, I found ...
... relaxed time with Gita. Knowing that once we get on the plane to LA on wednedsay morning, that's the real start.
I have to pause for a moment to apologize for some of the photos you'll be looking at. I'm a sh*t photographer. I thought it would be cool to take pictures in every airport I'm in - all told I will pass through nine airports (five of them in the US, granted) during this trip. Interesting to see the architecture, the signs, the crowds. Perhaps that will prove true ...
... shopping and restaurants.
We drove to the highly recommended "Golden Horseshoe District" downtown. We had no desire to park and stroll the 6 block area of this Golden Horseshoe District. Neither of us could imagine walking there at night. The "bridge" between the U.S. and Juarez is right in the downtown area. The buildings in the "Golden Horseshoe District" don't seem to be ...