Super 8 El paso Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We had an interesting start to the day. The Bianchi had a flat tire so I went about changing the tube. After a late start we drove a short distance to old town Mesilla . There is a building here that acted as the Capital of New Mexico and Arizona. The same building was later used as a courthouse and it was here that Billy the Kid was tried and sentenced to hang. He escaped before the court ...
... make a guess at how much you'll need and get it on a card with a magnetic strip. It was easy. We offered our card, with a bit of credit remaining, to a young woman there. We won't be back, I reckon. She looked at Lynn with a puzzled look in her eyes and then gratefully accepted the offer.
The wind had picked up while were in the wash/dry mode. No surprise there. It's blowing from the California Coast into the Mid-West ...
... up. She said ,you cant hold up the line, sir are you holding up the line? I need to check her bag! Oopps don’t hold up the line dude or you are a target. When we arrived Dallas Christa called Lisa to see what was going on. She told us one of the other couples that we had met last Oct had been delayed and we might be able to make that flight still 2 hrs ahead of ours. We made our way to that gate –didn’t run, and ...
... snow storms in Colorado and Utah, amongst the redwoods of California, the beaches of Oregon, saguaros of Arizona. We've even spent a night at some swanky resort parking lot waking to limos awaiting their first customer of the day. Dane and I have had some damn good times in this truck and the new one has a lot to live up to. So the chapter has closed on yet another part of our life.
Thanks...you've done your ...
... encounter we have happens for a reason, no matter how short." Whether for a few hours or a few days, they were people I won't soon forget. Like Helen, who I met in Santorini in a van to our hotel. She had most recently traveled Egypt where she was in a work away program helping a family setup a business near Cairo. She barely left the city on January 27 as tanks were rolling in Tahrir square. Then there was Krista and Laura, the ...