Fairfield Inn & Suites El Paso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... quite a drive. We went to Carlsbad Caverns National Park which is known for its caverns and its bats. First we took a ride in the elevator down 750 ft. Can you believe I took a mile and a half hike underground! After our hike we headed to the Bat Amphitheater. On our way over there we found a tarantula on the side of the trail. When we ...
... didn't know this man but I thought that he could help me so I asked if he had a car and could take me to LA. He wasn't so sure about it but I desperately needed a ride so I told him I would pay him. I reached into my bag and fumbled around with the things inside but I couldn't find it so I told the man that if he could take to the parking lot that I was at last night I could pay him. When we got there he got ...
... What I'd like to do is list a few great quotes we heard through the night, and give some links to some just absolutely fabulous videos from both Fox and Jon Stewart...both shows belonging to the same comedy genre.
"This is absolutely perplexing" - Sarah Palin
"A major setback for Romney" - Bret Baier of Fox news after learning that Ohio had just been called for Obama...it wasn't a setback, it was over!
On a related note, the parade roster was punctuated with occasional duos of the city's street-cleaning vehicles. Additionally, small bands of folk, armed with shovels and trailing a trash barrel, followed up each horse-related entry. As they hastily performed their duties, they drew "Ewews" of fake disgust from the crowd who watched every motion they made (see photos).
My Midwestern eyes noticed ...
... called El Charro. Filled up on instant coffee and red chile rellenos (and they were proper hot!). Sitting by the big window watching this little town go by. The diner looked like it hadnt changed since the 50s, the town looked like it hadnt changed since the 50s too, same goes for the attire, big hats check shirts and big boots. I would come back to Lordsburg and the El Charro in a heartbeat. I could tell I was going to enjoy New Mexico.
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