Comfort Suites El Paso
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... quite a drive. We went to Carlsbad Caverns National Park which is known for its caverns and its bats. First we took a ride in the elevator down 750 ft. Can you believe I took a mile and a half hike underground! After our hike we headed to the Bat Amphitheater. On our way over there we found a tarantula on the side of the trail. When we ...
... didn't know this man but I thought that he could help me so I asked if he had a car and could take me to LA. He wasn't so sure about it but I desperately needed a ride so I told him I would pay him. I reached into my bag and fumbled around with the things inside but I couldn't find it so I told the man that if he could take to the parking lot that I was at last night I could pay him. When we got there he got ...
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Reached El Paso in the evening. It has a feel of a border town. And except for some McDonalds, Arby's etc. sign boards, it doesn't look like US. More like a tourist town in Mexico. It's already night so I am going ...
... I went to, complete with whitewashed walls and plastic tables, the menu - offering pescado a la plancha (grilled fish) with aroz y patas (rice and chips) for only $7 - was entirely in Spanish. I tentatively asked for a glass of water in English, but, aside from a brief sympathetic smile from the girl behind the counter, she looked at me blankly. Only when I cleared my throat and made majestic use of my mid-to-low B in A Level Spanish did she understand me. ...