Holiday Inn El Paso-Sunland & I-10 W.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Banquet room
- Swimming pool
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... 100 degrees Fahrenheit), we decided to skip the sledding. It seems like we made the right decision because others who were sledding were not able to make it down the dune without stopping! In my mom's opinion, the dunes were not steep enough for good sledding :)
After admiring the great scenery, we made our way to our next stop, El Paso (TX). On our way, we noticed ...
It was a long drive but we had an early start and a time change to mountain time. Poor Garmin got confused on instructions to the park so we had to make a couple of u-turns. Not the easiest with a tow vehicle!
Not the most beautiful park nor the best part of town but it's only for a night. Tomorrow we head to Tucson where we're picking up Abbie.
First site to have ...
... Mexico to visit my great grandma. Then I saw my Tio Pepe and my Tia Rosa. Turns out my Tia owns a beauty salon and my dad and I got a haircut. After our goodbyes we headed back to El Paso. Then we went to go get some food at the Ranch Market basically the Texas Vallarta. Now we're getting cozy at my Tio Paco's guest room. Pictures coming soon. Good Night! ...
... him he got angry and started yelling. So he started the truck and we went to a place where there was people that where acting weird. Then he got out to go talk to a man in a black suit. Around me I could make ou that we were in the worst part of town with big muscular angry looking men. The man came back and opened the door and forced me out toward the man with the suit on. The man tried to trade me to ...
... all the stages of attachment: romance, conflict, and, hopefully, eventual reconciliation. This is my FIRST REAL GROWN-UP VACATION. Why I'm choosing to go on this with Kathleen, seeing as I'm trying to act like a grown-up, is beyond me. Chances are, it will be my FIRST REAL GROWN-UP VACATION DURING WHICH, AT TIMES, I ACT LIKE A BABY. I'm OK with this. Let's hope she is too, folks. Let's hope she is, too. ...