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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... vegetables, grapes, pecans, etc and the odd oil-field], to almost Dartmoor-like landscape with scrubby gorse and stunted trees which quickly disappeared beneath sea-mist near Surf Beach. I began to document each stop but after San Jose, San Luis Obispo and Guadalupe I gave up particularly as darkness fell just before 1700. However, I did pay special interest to the “Burbank-Bob Hope Airport” stop. We arrived in LA on time and ...
... back to their original homeland. It excites me that Biblical prophesies from thousands of years ago are being fulfilled in our generation. Fourth, the Lord drew me to the 24/7 prayer and worship movement fueled by relationship with the Lord that is currently spreading like wildfire throughout the world. Worship and prayer is currently surrounding the throne of the Lord (Revelation 4 and 5), and I have been stirred to join in that, even while on earth now. I have also ...
... 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 ...
Carlsbad Caverns NP is twenty miles southwest from Carlsbad. They have guided and self-guided tours. We selected the self-guided with a CDRom audio guide and started down. The cave was enormous and our two mile walk along the paved path was very enjoyable. The cave was beautifully lit to highlight the formations and we took many pictures. Unfortunately one of the camera batteries gave out about two thirds ...
... wanted to experience it at ground level. Not in a ghoulish way, I just want to come like a normal tourist, meet some locals, spend some money, eat some good food. I had every belief that this could be done in a city which is effectively lawless and broken down.
So how did it go?
Well I didnt muck around this morning. Drove to downtown El Paso and parked in a compund by the border. I did take a walk around, grabbing a good breakfast at a decent cafe only a ...