Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham - El Paso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... great time. Unfortunately Karen passed away last year. It was going to be a bitter sweet visit.
We had a great time with Al, had a lot of laughs and reminisced about bygone days. Al has now retired and is planning a visit to Japan in May next year to visit his grand- daughter. Hopefully he will make a journey to Australia in the very near future.
El Paso is the home of Fort Bliss. Al is a ...
... me into a different car. A lady named Mrs. Reina then rescued me and took me to her place where I stayed for a while. There are many museums in El Paso and also the Holloman Air Force Base. There is a lot of history throughout the cities with very old buildings.
... here date back thousands of years to as
resent as the late 1800's. The most recent paintings are credited to
the Apaches of Northern Mexico. Once again, more information than I
bargained for! You can learn more on that here;
We have been in Texas for nearly three
... all the spiked kool-aid you drink Dick. Too bad so many people believe all your ********.
Young Turks mocking Dick:
"We used the 2004 models and I thought that things would return back to that." - Dick Morris after back stepping on his big prediction. Isn't this what Dick does for a living? Using the 2004 models in 2012. Wow! What kind of job do you have that you use information from 2004? ...
... course a Mexican menu. They had about six lunch tables, four of which looked like regulars. Leaving Rosa's Cantina, in the West Texas town of El Paso, I rode through some posh neighborhoods leading to highway 28. Once again, I realized that the eight dollars I had spent the previous night was a good investment. This is a great road. Once part of the trek for travellers on El Camino Reàl de Tierra Adentro in the 1600's (from Mexico to Santa Fe). Now known as 'Don ...