Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham - El Paso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... We ate at Saveurs' 209 and here is Mary to describe the meal: What A cute little French Bistro!
The owners came from Paris 2 years ago & their daughter is the Chef. They brought us an amuse bouche of sliced carrots with farro and olive oil. We both ordered the same appetizer (too good to pass up!) It was a Comte Cheese Souffle served with a mixed greens & walnut salad - they make the soufflés to order, so it took 20 minutes, but delicious! ...
... A true breeze it is, not the Texas variety. A few clouds have appeared today which do wonders for the photog in me. Perhaps we'll see a decent sunset. Hope prevails.
We'll be leaving by eight o'clock tomorrow in the AM, in hopes of avoiding the high winds forecast for the late afternoon. We hope to be at Rockhound State Park west of Deming, New Mexico before they really turn on. Cross your fingers for us.
After I woke up in the van, I left for the airport. I couldn't get a flight because I was too young. I went to the bathroom to hide from cops. There was a man in there who asked if I needed help. I told him that if he drove me to the impound I ...
This truck has a lot of history. It has been with the Dane and I since pretty much the beginning...minus a few months in S. America. I bought this truck in 1998 in Austin, TX on my way to Houston to pick up the Dane at the airport. I needed to impress this girl and I figured I would do it in good old Texas fashion. I
fondly remember driving to Houston with the windows down, shirt off, hand wrestling with the ...
... shopping and restaurants.
We drove to the highly recommended "Golden Horseshoe District" downtown. We had no desire to park and stroll the 6 block area of this Golden Horseshoe District. Neither of us could imagine walking there at night. The "bridge" between the U.S. and Juarez is right in the downtown area. The buildings in the "Golden Horseshoe District" don't seem to be ...