Hacienda San Miguel Regla
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- Free parking
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- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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Met Chad and Elisa for lunch today at Zino's, our favorite Greek restaurant. Both Chad and Elisa took 1/2 day off today. Went to the house and spent some time with Elina. Headed back to Maxine, as thunder and lightening was welling up. The dogs don't take to well to it. Starting to rain a little ...
... over to see Chad, Elisa, and Elina. Headed out after a few minutes to go visit some new food trucks. Chad is prepping for a photo shoot for El Paso airport and wants to use some of these trucks in it. Food was OK. Could've been better. But it is a little bit of the flavor of El Paso. It was great seeing that little smiling face of Elina. She is such a joy, and great ...
Our day began with Chad, Elisa, and Elina arriving at the trailer for breakfast. We had an assortment of items--fresh blueberries, yogurt, trail mix, scrambled eggs, Canadian Bacon, and toasted bagels. I was thrilled to have our small clan gathered! I have been so entranced in watching Elina that I am forgetting to take pictures! I will try to improve in that area! Following our meal, we climbed into Elisa's car, and the five of us headed to Fort Bliss. That is an ...
Fort Bliss, tx. Chad took us to Fort Bliss. #1, it is inconceivable that any one could get on a military base such as Ft Bliss by merely showing a drivers license. Not in my military days, at least in the Navy. It amazed me all the facilities I.e, including ...
... the largest chamber. Beyond the passages we visited there are more underground rooms, many of them just as exquisitely decorated, but not part of the public tour. Altogether over 30 miles of passages have been explored, with the deepest chamber being 1,037 feet below the surface. You see why "awesomer" should be a word! Carlsbad Cavern is also a sanctuary for hundreds of thousands of Mexican free-tailed bats, and has been for ...