Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham - El Paso
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... 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 ...
... the followed REAL close. Didn't seem to matter if we were even slightly exceeding the speed limit. Go figure. I realized I hadn't been to Texas for forty-eight years, when I went there, to San Antonio to go to Basic Training in the Air Force. That was in 1962. The folks there are friendly enough, but not as friendly as in the average campground. There's something about campers. Maybe it's the relaxation or the atmosphere, but I don't think I've ...
... They usually have some sort of theme or lots of information about the State. Some of them have huge murals made with tiles on the walls of the bathrooms and shelters. They have provision for pets to have a drink. One rest area had three beautiful Indian tee pees with tables and chairs inside, the whole area was lovely. Another was in a pretty desolate area, but had irrigation and several trees planted in the barren dessert, to make the rest area attractive. ...
... forming up on the nearby field. Jessica, being accustomed to Air Force uniforms, noticed the difference and asked Wendell what they were. He replied, “Grunts!” She looked at him, and in a very quiet, demure voice said, “Are the grunts gonna get us?” I never think of Ft. Bliss without remembering that story.
After dinner, I returned to the Family Room….with code…and was finally able to get on to ...
... journey! I have driven over 40,000 miles with HERO through the highways and byways of the world. I have gone to China, South America, Africa, India and now Southeast Asia. They have taken me to the Terracotta Soldiers, Everest, Machu Pichu, Straits of Magellan, Cape of Good Hope, Taj Mahal, Angkor Wat and hundreds of special points between. In Southeast Asia we drove the back roads and saw the rural life as well as highways to ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking