Doubletree Hotel El Paso Downtown/City Center
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Hello everyone its me again and today we did a lot of things. First my dad took my sister and I to the pool in the El Paso Hotel Suites, it was so much fun! Then we went to run some errands and headed to my Tio Paco's stand at the swapmeet which you can walk around in one minute! Then we went to pick up my sister's passport and from there we went to ...
... in the suit but the a woman runs up to us and yells at the men for trying to sell me so she gives them money and takes me home with her. As I arrive at her house I help with the cooking and washing, but then all of a sudden a group of men come in and they wash there hands and eat dinner while watching soccer. I notice how lovig and caring these people have been to me and what they did to take me into there ...
... Dick Morris. Fox news pundit and liar.
"Watching Fox news right now is like watching a funeral procession." some tweet from someone. I would have loved to have been able to watch it live. Brillance, just brilliance.
"I'm buried in a mudslide, but let me say that I feel really sorry for the mess he's inherited from his predecessor...himself."- Dick Morris after the election. You're buried in a bunch of ******** ...
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. ...
... with balaclavas to avoid reprisals. It was a very peculiar feeling to know that all this was happening just a mile or so from where I was sitting in the comfort of my hostel.
In fact, I discovered when I arrived in El Paso that my hostel has bloody historical connections of its own, albeit rather more distant than the daily massacres in Juarez. Still bedecked in all its faded 1920s glory, the Hotel Gardner was one of the most atmospheric hostels I've stayed ...