Holiday Inn Express El Paso - Central
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... too. I said I knew for a fact they weren't. She said, "Wanna bet?" I said, ok five bucks. She said, "Let's make it Fifty!"
I said ok. She then Googled it on her phone and found out I was right. She says, "Good thing we didn't shake on it."
Stopped at a roadside souvenir place outside Demming, NM. They had an old ...
... twice. Come on, how badly do people want to flee New Jersey?
Well our last meal in San Antonio was supposed to be a quick bite along the River Walk at a place called Dirty Nellies. That however was before we went to see the "100 Foot Journey" at a theater near our hotel. If you are a food lover like we are, you must see this movie. The food scenes were beautiful. Well once we saw the movie we just had to find French food and find it Mary did.
... awhile, but look like they would be a beautiful addition in the rainier season. The Huecos, as stated above, are indentations in the granite boulders of varying size and also hold water longer than other spots. These are the main reason the area was inhabited for the last four thousand years. Dryness prevails now, sadly.
We got back to base a bit before noon. It's in the mid-eighties now and there's only a ...
The days are going by so quickly now as they always do. It seems our appointment here this week is to clean up several loose ends on the floor and shower tiling that have been left. It is so hard, you want to do so much that you work right up to the last possible second and some things just don't get completed. So we were trying to get some of these loose ends cleaned up. I wonder how many loose ends we will leave with people? ...
... of Latina queens, the cowboy themes, the chicherones sold by vendors strolling the parade route, and the inflatable plastic toys the parents were buying for their kids from other wandering vendors. The parade spectators surrounding me were chatting with one another in Spanish more than in English. I knew I wasn't in Iowa anymore.
Sports teams were well-represented also. A University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) team rode on ...