Best Western Sunland Park Inn
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... twice. Come on, how badly do people want to flee New Jersey?
Well our last meal in San Antonio was supposed to be a quick bite along the River Walk at a place called Dirty Nellies. That however was before we went to see the "100 Foot Journey" at a theater near our hotel. If you are a food lover like we are, you must see this movie. The food scenes were beautiful. Well once we saw the movie we just had to find French food and find it Mary did.
... awhile, but look like they would be a beautiful addition in the rainier season. The Huecos, as stated above, are indentations in the granite boulders of varying size and also hold water longer than other spots. These are the main reason the area was inhabited for the last four thousand years. Dryness prevails now, sadly.
We got back to base a bit before noon. It's in the mid-eighties now and there's only a ...
... their awesome music. Enrique started getting grouchy, so he bet I couldn't fin a job to get us money to get bus money. I got a job. I got him a job too, and I think he was grateful. Later that night I talked with him about my Dad. He said we might be able to go and see him. I don't know how to feel about it.
This truck has a lot of history. It has been with the Dane and I since pretty much the beginning...minus a few months in S. America. I bought this truck in 1998 in Austin, TX on my way to Houston to pick up the Dane at the airport. I needed to impress this girl and I figured I would do it in good old Texas fashion. I
fondly remember driving to Houston with the windows down, shirt off, hand wrestling with the ...
... finally told it was time to leave by the park ranger.
We slept well that night though!
It was an early start the next morning as we had another long drive into the heart of Big Bend N/P.
The national park is named after the bend in the Rio Grande River and follows its path for many miles along the American side of the border.
Our campsite was approximately 50miles into the park and right on the banks of the Rio Grande. Try as I might to ...