Extended Stay America - El Paso - Airport
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... here date back thousands of years to as
resent as the late 1800's. The most recent paintings are credited to
the Apaches of Northern Mexico. Once again, more information than I
bargained for! You can learn more on that here;
We have been in Texas for nearly three
After walking a long time i finally got to a bus station. The police sacred me so i ran to the bathroom. Met a guy who said he would take him to L.A. if I paid him. I left my money in the car. We went to get my money in the lot and the car was ...
... they will hear you. Then, just as I was told the night before, there was Rosa's Cantina. Remembering what happened to the previous guy, before going inside I instructed myself not to fall in love. I wasn't hungry and thought I would order something light (didn't exist). As it turned out I had the full enchiladas. The, unassuming cantina had a good size bar, tables with gingham cloths (yes, they did it gangnam style), a pool table, signed/framed vinyl records on the wall ...
... he was up to 700-800 people a year. Now he is down to 60 a year. That takes quite a toll on progress and finances. Maybe if the people that were unwilling to chance the violence would even send the money for their airline ticket work could go on. There are so many national workers that could use the work and are willing. I met several new friends this week that did. Still, there is nothing like ...
Lynnie took a few photos on our way back, while I drove. I'll add them so you can get some sense of the area around El Paso. We relied on the Droid Navigation to come back. It must have been programmed by a "fine individual" also, since we ended up in a small park in Las Cruces on the first try and at a Motel on the second one. I finally used the Camp and RV application to direct us home. The water is still frozen as ...