GuestHouse Inn And Suites El Paso - West
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... instead it reminded me of a large, crowded city. As for the food, I completely understand why a high percent of the United States people are overweight, as a lot of the food is deep fried or smothered in barbeque sauce.
While we were in El Paso’s Texas, I got my nails done for the first time. I have to say it probably wasn’t the wisest thing to spend money on but I just had ...
We began the journey east on the 30th of June after an unexpected trip to the dentist. Thank goodness we didn't have anything planned other than getting from point A to point B. I won’t take time in the travel blog to say anything other than I’m glad we caught the problem before a toothache ruined our trip.
If you’ve taken the trip from Phoenix to Las Cruces then you know there’s not much ...
We had an interesting start to the day. The Bianchi had a flat tire so I went about changing the tube. After a late start we drove a short distance to old town Mesilla . There is a building here that acted as the Capital of New Mexico and Arizona. The same building was later used as a courthouse and it was here that Billy the Kid was tried and sentenced to hang. He escaped before the court ...
The ride was short from Tucson to Las Cruces (about 4 hours) but the weather sucked. It was cold, rainy and dreary. At times it was raining so hard it was hard for me to drive. The entire time I was thinking about this trip never did I think I'd hit rain in the southwest. I figured clear blue skies until Arkansas. I was totally wrong. At times I was going to go postal on this route today! The truck has an old ****** radio with missing knobs, a CD player that ...
... make a guess at how much you'll need and get it on a card with a magnetic strip. It was easy. We offered our card, with a bit of credit remaining, to a young woman there. We won't be back, I reckon. She looked at Lynn with a puzzled look in her eyes and then gratefully accepted the offer.
The wind had picked up while were in the wash/dry mode. No surprise there. It's blowing from the California Coast into the Mid-West ...