Fairfield Inn Las Cruces
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... rice and fresh broccoli.
We were back on the road again heading West. Texas proved to have much better highways sight-wise. Surprisingly, Florida was a pretty boring state to drive through. Texas had massive highway systems, lots of cities, and roads that literally cut through mountains. We drove in between massive walls of mountains.
We stopped at a rest-area, and on my way out, a little pup ran up to me. His eyes were two different colors; ...
... jewelery vendor told us that she was actually quite well off by Mexican standards, not having a husband and owning several pieces of property. She charged $45/hr for massages so if she only did 2 a day she made tons more cash than the majority of the other vendors. An example of their incomes is this: the trailer park offered a wash and wax service for the RV owners for those that were leaving. This would get the salt mist off their ...
I'm so glad we've had this time together...go ahead and sing the song :-) After lots of visiting and fun, it's time to head home. We sure are going to miss those grand kids! Oh yeah, the kids too :-). Uh oh...broken down in Hope, AR. Might be the transmission. AAA is towing us home. After about 3 hours of waiting, AAA came and rescued us. We spend the time waiting by talking to Bruce who sells Hope watermelons. Supposed to be the best so we got one to take ...
... lucky people on the travel channel that go to visit old friends, find a feast, and many new, interesting people. We started with manchego, smoked guoda, olives, grapes, crackers and some Garnacha wine. The manchego and garnacha were flavors meant to recall Dan and Todd back to their time in Spain. They reminisced happily about their Spain adventures while Jo and I sat back and laughed. I especially loved the story ...
Ever since I'd known Mary Ann Adams in Miles City a lifetime ago, I've remembered what she used to say about the great Mexican food in Las Cruces, where she used to live.
So this trip absolutely required a stop there to test it out.
We were not disappointed.
If you're ever there, a stop at La Posta in Old Mesilla will make your tummies happy.