La Quinta Inn El Paso Lomaland
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Today was the first leg of the trip back east. El Paso, Texas... my old stomping grounds! I was actually very excited to get there since I did spend quite a bit of my 20's in the lovely border town. I honestly thought I was going to have nothing exciting to blog about tonight, since the entire day was spent in the car. BUT I WAS WRONG!!!
... have been able to spend quite a bit of time with the ladies from the kitchen. Since they are not rushing back to make the dinner for us, they can spend more time with us (while we continue painting, of course!) Our friend, Sandra, has been trying to teach us some Spanish and we have been trying to teach her some English! Sara gave her a lesson on English verbs and she gave Sara a lesson on Spanish verbs. ...
... it was quite a view. Two guys in military garb were there. One of the guys was already in the army and the other just joined, so he introduced the new guy as "FNG". They were nice, but the older soldier told us he couldn't wait to be sent to Afghanistan. We were like "Okaaay, we'll be going now".
To cool off from the hike we went swimming in the pool at the Mesa Inn (Philip let us stay there with ...
... 8217; so I tore it all down and started over. I must have been quite the attraction because I had about a half a dozen of the Mexican guys stopping in to look over my work and shake their head. One of the guys, Carlos, stayed and helped me cut tile. In the end I got the tiles pretty much back up but I had forgotten how I did my sun the first time. At cleanup time Steve came around to look and did me the great honor of looking at my wall ...
... the van instead of walking through the office. The border guard said something to ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed