La Quinta Inn & Suites El Paso Bartlett
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... radio, A/C,adjustable seats and a large window. The seats can be made into beds but additionally there is a folding bed tucked into the roof of the cabin. Also, the train had dining and lounge cars with free drinks, coffee, food for first class passengers. Free refreshments were available to first class passengers 24 hours a day and 3 meals were served throughout the journey. The train was carrying around 380 passengers but had a capacity ...
... As the Lord spoke life, value, worth, identity, purpose, and destiny into my life, I too became passionate about speaking it into the lives of others, empowering them to walk in the fullness of who the Lord created them to be. These passions led me to get formal social work training so that I am not just putting band-aids over wounds, but I now have a grid for how to address the root causes of issues and injustices on individual, family, community, and global levels. Second, ...
... dairy cattle.
For the night we are staying in a FlyingJ/Pilot Travel Centre parking lot in El Paso. We were only here a few minutes when I received my first Texan 'Howdy Ma'am’, complete with tipped cowboy hat.
Travelled today: 398 km
Travelled to date: 12023 km
States travelled in: Arizona, New Mexico, ...
Carlsbad Caverns NP is twenty miles southwest from Carlsbad. They have guided and self-guided tours. We selected the self-guided with a CDRom audio guide and started down. The cave was enormous and our two mile walk along the paved path was very enjoyable. The cave was beautifully lit to highlight the formations and we took many pictures. Unfortunately one of the camera batteries gave out about two thirds ...
... just a few blocks from here, warning people that crossing la frontiera is strictly prohibido are equally irrelevant. By practically every yardstick I can think of - culturally, ethnically, linguistically, even musicially - El Paso is not in the United States.
Even officially, if you want to split hairs, El Paso has only been in the United States for a a hundred years or so. Indeed, the ancestors of many residents came to El Paso precisely to escape ...