Hampton Inn & Suites El Paso West
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... the park ranger kept going on and on about how bats are superheroes. Then I saw a lot of bats flying out of a cave, maybe around 10,000 Mexican Free-Tailed Bats came out of the cave. We are going to go back tomorrow so we can do a few more things. We had to go find a hotel and on our way over there we saw the sky turn red and realized ...
... went to talk to the man to see if Carmen's car was still there. I noticed now that there was more car in the parking lot then there was last night and wondered if more people came during the night. He came back with nothing so I told him it might have fell out of the car when I ran so I got out and searched the area trying to find the money. With no luck I returned back to the car to tell the man. But when ...
... running a very aggressive early effort as a corporate raider...that works in a state like Ohio." - Fox news, but little did they realize this was the picture painted in the primaries by Gingrich, Santorum, Perry and Herman Cain
"What does that mean Pam?" - Megyn Kelly of Fox again...after learning of Obama's victory in Ohio. Uhmm...aren't they are news organization...shouldn't they know what that means? But they don't.
... enough. I am so ready to go.
I have my packing list firmed up and will start making photocopies of our passports, drivers license and all such things. We plan to get euros here before leaving, let our bank know when we will be gone and get pin numbers squared away. I will also reconfirm reservations for the various hotels we are counting on. So there are things to do but still time to do ...
... of Latina queens, the cowboy themes, the chicherones sold by vendors strolling the parade route, and the inflatable plastic toys the parents were buying for their kids from other wandering vendors. The parade spectators surrounding me were chatting with one another in Spanish more than in English. I knew I wasn't in Iowa anymore.
Sports teams were well-represented also. A University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) team rode on ...