Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... a train! The twin engines were as high as a two storey house weighing around 240 tons each and pulling 14 cars, each 80 feet long. Add the two engines and tenders and whole thing measured around 420 yards. We had been instructed to position ourselves along the platform relative to the car number on our tickets. In quick time I was aboard and shown my two person first-class cabin which would be my home for 10 hours. It was very comfortable ...
To put it simply, my vision for life is to love God and love people in the nations of the earth. Since I began university in 2002, the Lord has revealed more of Himself to me through reading the Bible and spending time with Him. As I learn more about the Lord and His desires, I yearn to become like Him. I am going to sum up 4 main themes the Lord has shown me over the past decade. First, the Lord showed me how He loves the least, poor, rejected, and exploited throughout the ...
Midday temperature: 24C
Today was a travelling day. We left Benson and travelled out of Arizona, through New Mexico, and into Texas. New Mexico was more than 300km of desert, a few mountains here and there, a few small towns, and some pecan and walnut groves. Not much else until we reached Las Cruces and saw acres of stock pens ...
... lots of conservation, reminiscing and family. Two of Bill & Geri's kids joined us along four of their grandchildren. Bill has restored his dune buggy which brought back memories of driving out in the desert with Rob and Lynn as children and getting stranded when the engine conked out. Obviously we got it restarted or we would still be there with the ...
... just a few blocks from here, warning people that crossing la frontiera is strictly prohibido are equally irrelevant. By practically every yardstick I can think of - culturally, ethnically, linguistically, even musicially - El Paso is not in the United States.
Even officially, if you want to split hairs, El Paso has only been in the United States for a a hundred years or so. Indeed, the ancestors of many residents came to El Paso precisely to escape ...