Fairfield Inn & Suites El Paso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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Dave wanted to drive through the Guadalupe Mountains National Park on our way over to the Chiricahuas so we headed down to El Paso, Texas. Dave said, "Then we can say we've been to Texas. We really just drove through it though. The Guadalupe mountains were also beautiful but, since I was driving, I didn't really get any pictures of them. Carlsbad is in the Guadalupe mountains though, so Slaughter Canyon is a good ...
... green cards. Everyone ran and hid. I hid in the left over leaves. After awhile Enrique yells to see if anyone is left. I walked to him and he was anrgy to see I was there. We walked for some time and then a band pulls and gives us a ride. The band played songs for me. I love their songs. When we got to our stop ...
... hotel in the Southwest area. The dome makes you feel like you are inside a beautiful Tiffany lamp.
Later, we went to a new bar called Bowie Feathers. They had murals all over and one wall dedicated to David Bowie. As we were on the Balcony, a local hobo named Shuffles came up to ask for cigarettes and beer, but was escorted out. Some people on the balcony told us about a "Music Under ...
... They've done it right at Ft Bliss for our service personnel. On base, there is a BEAUTIFUL "first of its kind" shopping center with shops, restaurants (like Buffalo Wings & Smashburger), an Irish Pub, a grand food court, a 10-screeen Grand Theatre with stadium seating, a gorgeous Commissary, BX (Base Exchange), military clothing store and lots more, There is an outdoor fireplace ...
... asked if I would like to drive the RV. I looked back at him in disbelief, but he did not need to ask me twice if I wanted to drive. Since we were on our way to El Paso there wasn’t much traffic and the roads were smooth. We pulled over and Grandpa gave me a quick lesson on how to operate the RV. A few minutes later I was behind the wheel lugging 21,000 pounds in 40 mile an hour winds. Operating the RV in these winds ...