La Quinta Inn El Paso Cielo Vista
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... lightning. After we arrived at the hotel we were all hungry so we decided to go to Gorditas Maria's little Mexican stand. The chile rojo tasted just like grandmas. So tomorrow we will do a few more things at the caverns and then take a six hour drive on the road to San Antonio, Texas. I wish the Spurs all the luck they can get. Good ...
... occupies part of old Cordova Island. The monument hosts multicultural and artistic events and celebrations throughout the year.
White Sands National Monument near Alamogordo, New Mexico is an awe-inspiring natural phenomenon. It was like entering an all-white winter wonderland. Each turn brought another huge white dune! The sand dunes lie at the northern end of the Chihuahuan Desert in a mountain-ringed ...
... it later. Had dinner at a highly recommended mexican restaurant, Avila's. While the food was good (not exceptional), the presentation and the ambiance was very low key and left a lot to be desired. All in all, it was somewhat of a let down. I am still very much sleep deprived and done for today. Tomorrow is 'lots of pictures' ...
Canyon has been experimenting with different foods lately. It has been fun to see him take an interest in things other than boobies, and definitely fun to see him make a complete colorful mess of himself. Greens, bright orange, and banana yellow cover his face...and ...
... revolver and death-mask of none other than John Dillinger, notorious gangster and bank robber (and the lead in recent blockbuster Public Enemy) who stayed at the Gardner shortly before being shot by the FBI.
But I suspect the enduring memory of my stay in El Paso will be my first evening, just after I'd arrived on the bus. The lady at reception in the hostel suggested I try somewhere called The Tap, but, upon closer inspection, I quickly realised that this ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking