Ramada of Alpine
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... food! Now it's plan B. We are driving back to Chisos Mountain lodge for an early dinner! We've stopped at the Visitor Centers to look at stuff and Pete to buy a Big Bend T-shirt. Low and behold what do they all have for sale?? Ste Genevieve wine! Nasty but they like it. We really felt that we had gained a great understanding of the park, it's development, and it's beauty. So happy to have visited ...
We woke up yesterday morning at 8:20, had a wonderful breakfast and decided what to do about the tire. It was a day for a comedy of errors. We had to drive 35 miles back to Odessa to the Wally World. We followed the GPS directions (instead of the ranger's directions) and turned right. The GPS had to know what it was talking about, right??!! We drove 6 miles out into the middle of an oil field! So we had to backtrack and go the way ...
... Angelas, arriving at 5:35 a.m. We have a four hour layover before leaving on our final train, the Coast Starlight.
Kallen met many of our engineers and conductors today! Our conductor, Andrew, gave Kallen his personal Conductor hat and got him a MCDonald's lunch and brought it to our train! Such a happy boy! We've been so fortunate to collect contact information from our new ...
... in our world travels. It's always cool to meet people and learn from them.
We wander through the ghost town, check out the old general store, and have a drink on the front porch. Like most of Texas, it's very remote and barren. And there are people here...so they congregate. People were hanging out on the front porch socializing. It did seem to be the kind of place where, if you lived there, you knew everyone.
We head north from ...
... University (UT El Paso). The green reflective glass building is the county courthouse (a little different style from the one in Presidio County!).
Downtown El Paso is a little quieter on a Saturday,but still not the kind of ghost town you see in some big cities when the office workers go home. I especially enjoyed the Plaza de San Jacinto, which the locals call Plaza de ...