Staybridge Suites El Paso Airport Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the top down which is much harder than you think if you are 4 adults with a big pice of luggage. When we drive without the top, we tie the big pieces on top of the trunk but now that it started to rain we had to put everything inside. Look at the pictures and you'll see how it looked inside. From there we drove about 20 more minutes in the rain before we finally went to sleep in the car in front of a gas station. At around 9 ...
I am so curios about dad. I just want to know why he never tried to come see me. I called my dad and found out where he works. Later that day Enrique took me to see my dad. We are eating lunch together when we started talking about my mom. He tells me that he will take me to find my mom. I am waiting and waiting. Hours go by and my never shows up. Enrique decides to take me instead of my dad. We take a bus to LA.
... 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 ...
While in El Paso, we visited the National Border Patrol museum - a non-profit, unsponsored museum. Until you visit this museum it is difficult to really comprehend what our country is up against and has been battling for years; literally since May 1924! It is amazing what these brave men and women handle and face every day on our behalf. They are ...
We woke up this morning to a searing temperature of 2.3˚, above that is. Our water froze up, but we had stockpiled a bit, so we're doing fine. I got to help Lynnie wash her hair though. I was the designated "pourer". It all works.
El Paso is nearly sixty miles south from where we are. I-25 was still a bit icy and the traffic was heavier, but the trip went fine. Only saw a few "fine individuals" enroute. It warmed some down there, ...