La Quinta Inn El Paso - Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... cannot do here. In order to do any hiking, you have to go with a guide. Unfortunately, the tours are not offered on Monday or Tuesday, our only full days here. There is one area open to see the ancient paintings and petroglyphs, but you have to have a permit. Only seventy permits are available, so we're on a waiting list for tomorrow. We shall see what happens. We do have to get into town and do our laundry due to the failed attempt on our ...
... get for a stretch of the legs. The conductor announced there was a lady on the platform selling burritos and who should I see in the queue, but fatty !!! She had only got back from lunch 2 minutes earlier. She bought 4 burritos in total although 1 was for skinny, her husband. Thats assuming he can pry it loose from her steel-like grip.
We re-boarded the train, well all but 1 of us who unfortunately got busted by undercover cops and ...
... that my money was gone! I asked him to take me to the car lot for 100 dollars, that I had left there. When we got there, the car was gone. The man was furious so he and another tried to shove me in a car, but a woman saved me and took me to her home. It was filled with other illegal people hiding from the police. We had dinner and I had a well needed sleep. ...
... really get out of the US. So far, my airport pictures suck - the lighting is all wrong, I was rushing from gate to gate, and also I'm a terrible photographer (yes that fact is still relevant).
You've been warned! Watch the slideshow at your own peril!
So anyway - yesterday I was Milwaukee-Phoenix-El Paso. Gita picked me up and we spent the evening hanging out in her backyard with wine and Dr. Kitty Chavez. Of course, our time together so far has been exactly like ...
... So I strolled back to the tent looking at the stars as I went.
We didn’t see one pig the whole time we were in those tents and only managed to catch a glimpse of a few on our way home. They were cute as a button and looked more like a hairy potbellied pig than the ferocious animal we had been led to believe.
Anyway, day two in camp was an early one as it was our turn to set up for breakfast; we had to have a heart meal as we were attempting to ...