Hampton Inn Alpine
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... environment, while simultaneously related to its neighbors and the installation as a whole. The reflections on the cube surfaces and interiors change as you circle them and with the change of the position of the sun during the day. The surfaces are subtle, the effect of the reflections are sometimes like watercolors depending on what they are reflecting from the environment. Other times they are only shades of grey, using just form ...
... hardly missed. The sheer
grandeur of the place was enough to fill us. To camp along the Rio
Grande without a fence for hundreds of miles, just the way it has
always been, was refreshing. To see this river emerge from a canyon
fifteen-hundred feet deep and then re-enter another steep walled
canyon some sixty miles downstream, well you get the picture. Big and
vast and split and fractured and worn ...
... Ft. Davis appreciate what a gem they have there. But now my destination is the big city of El Paso. I usually just drive straight through El Paso but this year I decided to spend some time in the city. I started by driving through the Magoffin Historic District just east of downtown El Paso, where Joseph Magoffin, a former El Paso mayor, built an adobe homestead in 1877. The original town ...
... Marfa was also known for the famous mystery lights the Lights of Marfa. These are ghost lights and the viewing area for it is eight miles east of town which we stopped at. Cowboys , farmers, and many others saw mystery lights that glowed on clear nights, split away and then came together again. We saw some of the pictures of these lights and they are interesting. No one can explain where these lights come from – it was thought ...
... over the age of 50; it was heart-warming to see young people carrying on the tradition. Even saw our first wash tub played like a bass fiddle! Americana at its best! Oh, almost forgot ... the highlighted guest artist happened to be cowboy poet/humorist/commentator and former large animal veterinarian, Baxter Black. Those of you who listen to National Public Radio may have heard some of his hilarious commentaries. ...