Doubletree Hotel El Paso Downtown/City Center
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... picture of the finished room. You need to utilize the layout in order to assess whether the furniture you purchase will match our outside room. Talking having a salesperson ahead of time will help make the process go a lot softer. If you are having trouble selecting in between all the various order options, take a take a step back and follow these tips beneath. Think about Your luxury outdoor furniture Theme - If you're having problems ...
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 ...
... to El Paso, no radio (no we don't have satellite radio) and often times no cell connection. We had to plan our gas stops carefully as there were not too many places available along the way. But, we made it we didn't run out of gas or have any problems. We were glad to make it to El Paso and rest up for a couple of days. Our next destination is Tucson AZ and if we can we will settle there for a week or ...
... kind of a shithole.
We got to the Cantina, sat down and ordered some drinks. Nicole and I got a blue drink and a red drink which both seemed to be of the maragareta family. Kristin got a pina colada which looked more like a strawberry sundae. The sarge got a beer (good driver!) and Donelle got this maragareta monstrosity that came with two cononas upended into it and ...
... teeth were shed in the egg's rescue. At the end of the day, being the socialist family that we are, everyone threw their earnings into a big pile and we eventually distributed it evenly amongst all the kiddos involved...well at least the coins were evenly distributed. As for the tomato plants, that's another story all together. Let's just say that they were not distributed evenly. It kind of reminds me of the Christmas card. So we are building up a tough skin at ...