La Quinta Inn El Paso Cielo Vista
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... night, so we were lucky!
After our awesome dinner, we went to the Dome Bar, a bar in the historic Camino Real Hotel. Cormac McCarthy lived in El Paso and the bar tender met him just a couple days before our arrival. It reminds me of the Arlington Hotel in Hot Springs. The hotel opened on Thanksgiving Day in 1912 by a young Virginian entrepreneur with the intention that it be the ...
... Hopefully I am not a hindrance to that process by the way I go about prioritizing my tasks here, but I know sometimes I am, and If you are following this and know that I have gotten in your way please forgive me and hear my heart. Check it out, not based on who I am but based on who HE is and how much is wants to express HIS love to you.
The day ended pretty exciting. Dani and I walked over to see the bunnies and ...
... t be as warm. We made it clear through Arizona and New Mexico in a few hours. It's amazing how far you can go in a few hours when you're not in Alaska. The Motel 6 we stayed at last night looked like auction surplus from the Spanish Inquisition. The walls were whitewashed brick and the ceilings were low enough that I almost hit my head just getting into the shower.
We had our first bout of mechanical trouble today. In my ...
... city in the world.The Mexican president has sent 10,000 soldiers of the army to maintain order, but so far the results seem poor.
In the city nearly 3,000 people are killed each year, a number 4 times higher than in the whole Italy and ten times greater than our Mafia murders.Most of the killings are due ...
... acadamy a block away with a big lawn. It was the first real grass Rascal had seen in a couple of months and he ran and romped with bravado. Since we were grounded for a couple of days we got out and did a little sightseeing. This whole part of the country's history centers around the old missions. The El Paso Mission Trail comprizes three missions built in the 1600-1700 and the Tigue Cultural Center. Our first stop was the Ysleta Mission, the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed