Hilton Garden Inn El Paso/University
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... Roasted Halibut (perfectly cooked!) with tomato puree, baby white asparagus & dried tomato oil.
I had Cannelloni-which was not a noodle or a crepe, but very French! It was paper thin sliced grilled eggplant - filled with Lamb shank and roasted onions, served with grilled apricots & lamb jus-fabulous! The wines they served with the courses were delicious too! No room for dessert!
On to Tucson tomorrow, stay tuned.
Mary and Angelo.
Well since no one submitted a title for yesterday's Blog, I'll go back to scraping the bottom of the linguistic barrel and do it my self. I suppose it I were in need of real help, someone would have called...mebbe. I'd probably not rely on this medium to shout for help anyway.
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... him $100. He took me there, and the van wasn't there. I also had lost all of my money. This angered him. He took me to a strange man, I was scared. A woman took me away into her house with other illegals. We ate dinner and watched soccer! I was ...
... of what lied ahead. I had just gotten out of a 2 year stint in the Peace Corp, 3 months of travelling in South America, and was about to tack on another 6 months in this truck that I had in my hands. Yep, this was going to be home for a while. We had the world in front of us. Now here we are 15 years later still with the world at our beckon call, but just 15 years less of it ahead of us. I'm not sure I can ...
... was anxious to show off this beautiful and remote section of trail out in the far north end of the Franklin Mountains. Along the way we got to stop and take a look at a recent plane crash in the mountains, and some old Indian markings/ruins. This is an amazing part of the Franklins that few a hikers have ever been too. It is popular with ...