Hacienda San Miguel Regla
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Spent an easy day today. Went shopping at Wallymart for a few things for our departure on Monday. Took a nap. Went to the food trucks last night. Had a great burger. May go back Sunday evening, as the shrimp tacos looked awfully good. Simply don't have foody experiences like this in the dead zone of the Central ...
... establishment. It is a very impressive self-contained city! Chad drove us through the "business district" which housed all sorts of attractions--movie theater, restaurants, shops--it was quite impressive! Chad & Elisa had spent a very entertaining St. Paddy's Day on the base and described a humorous moment as they watched a large number of kilt clad runners pass through the crowd of celebrants! From that area of the base, we rode over to the Fort Bliss and Old ...
... that anyone can use. During my sales days, I made calls on Lemoore NAS. Had to go to an office, state my business, who I was going to, then get a pass to be displayed in the car. We went to the Ft Bliss Ironsides museum. Lots of history and armaments etc. hot here ...
... 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 ...
... ride took us through many abandoned towns, derelict and sad. Only a couple of petrol stations the whole way to the interstate. But a really lovely fast moving drive providing a variety of landscapes along the way. We arrived in El Paso mid afternoon to manic traffic. The city goes on and on east to west spread out for about 30 miles. Seemingly never ending but finally at exit 11 we found our motel. We ate our meal at Famous Daves Barbecue. Excellent ribs that we couldn't finish for ...