Homewood Suites El Paso Airport
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... front with a skeleton behind the wheel. Pretty cool. Arrived in El Paso just in time for rush hour. What a mess. Drove past the bridge to Juarez. Since we never miss an episode of The Bridge on FX, we snapped a pic. Great show.
Ate at Logan's Roadhouse after checking into hotel. Same as last year. Tomorrow, off to San ...
... 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.
We have bunnies at our site. I saw five of the cute little buggers grazing on the green grass of spring, right next to Shorty. It's interesting to ...
... is broken. El Paso is so hot! The border patrol asked Martha and David to get out of the car so they could search it. My heart started racing. Lucky, we didn't get caught. We started driving away and they police told Martha and David to stop because they have unpaid tickets. The car was towed to a DMV in El Paso. The lot was dusty with few grass because it hasn't rained in a while. I got out of the car and ran as fast as i could away from the lot.
... it was quite a view. Two guys in military garb were there. One of the guys was already in the army and the other just joined, so he introduced the new guy as "FNG". They were nice, but the older soldier told us he couldn't wait to be sent to Afghanistan. We were like "Okaaay, we'll be going now".
To cool off from the hike we went swimming in the pool at the Mesa Inn (Philip let us stay there with ...