InTown Suites El Paso
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From Brownsville we stayed a couple days in each of Laredo, Del Rio, Alpine and finally El Paso. Texas is one BIG state to drive across. We are surprised at the overwhelming Mexican influence here. We feel like we are in a foreign country. Almost everyone is Hispanic. Hit some freezing nighttime temperatures in Alpine, Tx and we were not having fun. Not only did our exterior waterline freeze but ...
Yesterday was pretty uneventful. We started an hour later than we had planned (what's new there?). We crossed into New Mexico at 12:45 (AR time!) and into Texas at 3:45. Texas is a BIG state so we won't be crossing state borders again anytime soon!
The RV park isn't ...
... one day drive of our trip, and it was a lot less tiring then yesterday, but 95% of it was done on cruise control and automatic pilot, with very little traffic. Again, we ate at a restaurant next to the hotel, Rudy's BBQ. It's part of a chain, but really good. You get in line, and grab cold items like potato salad, cole slaw, beer, ...
Today, the band dropped us off in Tucson. We needed a place to stay. So we got a job. I asked the owner of a diner for a job and he said he only had the pay for one person, so we split it. The diner was also a place to stay, they had beds. We worked a lot that day, we started singing while washing dishes and the owner got mad at us. We then went to bed later that night. Enrique said he could take me to see my dad the next ...
... it used to be called Hot Springs but the town folk liked the name of a TV show better. Hence, the name.
Reached El Paso in the evening. It has a feel of a border town. And except for some McDonalds, Arby's etc. sign boards, it doesn't look like US. More like a tourist town in Mexico. It's already night so I am going ...