Days Inn El Paso East
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... drove us to down town El Paso for a coffee. First American coffee since we've been here and it actually was pretty good! They then headed off to do their own thing and Courtney and I had a wander around looking for somewhere to eat. It was practically a ghost town though! There was no one around even though there was apparently a big festival starting at 6pm in the city. We found a Mexican place to get something light so thought we'd share ...
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We read about the vibrant downtown area of El Paso and a section near the two bridges used for the border crossing called the Golden Horseshoe. Thought, hmmm, sounds like a good adventure and a chance to get the flavor of Tex/Mex culture.
So we drove down thinking we would get some good deals in this area because this is where the residents of Juarez come across to shop for deals in the US and Americans ...
... had this whole trip! We had a good rest that night and got up the next morning headed to El Paso. We saw mountains for the first time since Wyoming! I mean real mountains! We were on a steady climb up and checking the GPS we were at over 4000 ft. and still mountains in the distance. Also probably Mexico in the distance as Interstate 10 basically borders Mexico the west you go. Anyway it was a ...
... we had a long drive in front of us.
Fredricksburg, TX: In the middle of Texas wine country was Fredricksburg. We decided it was the downtown Sonoma of Texas Wine. It was quaint. We're already planning our trip back to Austin- so maybe this will be something that we can tack on.
We got to Nicole's friends Kristin and Michael's place around 6ish and we provided ...