Sleep Inn University
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... nostalgic touch and no hostel ambience at all. It was rather run down and in bad shape…since the 30s not much modernization. I did not feel quite comfortable in there. Imagine, at 10 pm the central heating was shut off while having 4°C outside. Therefore, I changed hotel this morning. I found a very good deal in the internet. It is a historical hotel as well, but a landmark that premiered in 1912 as opulent luxury hotel and which still tries to keep up on that. ...
... Mary actually got a little nervous as we also had no cell service for a stretch. Also, I never realized how high parts of Texas are. We topped at at over 4,600 ft above sea level. It was more mountainous than I imagined. All and all a very nice ride and since the speed limit was 80 MPH and there was very little traffic, we made great time. As an aside, even though the limit was 80, we saw a 2 car convoy from New Jersey pulled over by the Texas HP not ...
... miles. The terrain was varied from easy trail to rough rocky areas. Near the end, we found the "Chain Trail", which had a chain railing to help you scale the slopes. By then, neither of us were in the mood to try it. I wish that we had found it earlier. Maybe we'll be back sometime and give it a try.
The Tanks, as they are called, are low-lying areas that hold the water from a heavy rain. They have been ...
... drove to a scary area, and shoved me at another man and the man gave him money. Then a kind woman took me from the other man and gave the scary man money. She took me back to her house and fed me. She housed lots of immigrants. I finally felt safe. This is were I am right now.
Some people may scoff at the idea of floating down the Rio Grande through El Paso, Texas. I must admit I thought that the idea was a bit wacky, but that is exactly what was the attractive part. So this afternoon, Turner and I climbed down the embankment with a few inner tubes in hand - one extra for the cold beverage of your choice - and lazily drifted down a small stretch of this mighty river whose origins begin in the ...