Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites El Paso
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... Jest mocno przywiązany do historii swojej rodziny, w jego żyłach płynie krew niemiecka, irlandzka, indiańska.. W salonie dumnie prezentuje się drzewo genealogiczne jego rodziny, kilka zabytków, w tym kołowrotek mający 300 lat oraz pianino i fortepian. My dostaliśmy do dyspozycji dwa pokoje z łazienką. Pokoje są urządzone w meksykańsko-kowbojskim stylu, a łazienkę zdobią barwne papugi. ...
Hi, After another quick 300 miles at 80+ along I-10 we arrived in El Paso and caught up with Bob's cousin Bill and his wife Geri. Bill and Bob go way back to Parma and Euclid, Ohio days where they grew up years ago! We were treated to a trip to several missions, a craftsman applying authenic adobe mud (throwing mud) at a mission that was being restored, several ...
... impossible to find a decent place to have dinner (unless you're willing to spend $30 for a main course in the only - inexplicably swanky - restaurant still open). Aside from a couple of dive bars a few blocks away, wafting out the suicide-inducingly awful sounds of cheesy Mexican pop at seemingly all hours of the day, El Paso's nightlife is on a par with somewhere like Riyadh, without the public amputations that make a wild night out in the latter ...
... something to do.
We found it in the shape of a glorious heated outdoor swimming pool and hot tub. So following our delicious home cooked Korean beef dinner (I have the recipe) we donned our swimming cosies and went for a late night dip.
The hot tub was like a bath and being the outdoor temperature was still dipping to almost freezing it was a welcome break.
Eight of us spent the rest of the evening swilling around between pool and hot tub before ...
Day 5 Mercy Day The day starts with orientation for the new folks and loading of the vans at 8:25. I am refreshing having finally gotten a full night's sleep. After the vans are loaded full, all the backs packed and all the underseat and in between seat spaced filled to the windows, we head out for the border. We are carrying beans and rice, Spanish Bibles, meat, shoes, hand sown bags, and feminine hygiene products . We travel to Juarez (of which ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking