Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We stopped at the El Paso Holocaust museum. The museum was founded by a holocaust survivor Henry Kellen. The museum was very comprehensive and informative. Seeing all the artifacts made the holocaust more real for me. We drove from El Paso, Texas all the way to Tuscan, Arizona via the Mexican boarder. The drive was very scenic. I enjoyed seeing all …
... seed blocks Casey provided. She also prepared fresh fruit, hummingbird water and fresh water baths were created from an old water jug and a spinach holder. We later saw that the fruit attracts the rare Hooded Oriole! Residents walking the RV Park ogled at the spectacle Casey created under our tree and the mass quantities of birds flying, feeding and bathing. I think they thought we were nuts.
On a related note... A typical stage of intrapersonal ...
We've been home now for 4 days....and I'm still abit jet lagged, but think I'll be caught up tomorrow. Ric******** the other hand, came home sick as a dog...and is just turning the corner and feeling human. Tonight he said that maybe he'd like to back to Bali next summer....now we know how to do it and where to go. And we have our wonderful driver, Jiwa Made! It was a wonderful & interesting trip .....we'll see what ...
This morning all 4 of us woke up at around 10 o'clock. We checked out of our hotel at 11:30 and got 15 dollar refund because the Internet didn't work the night. For lunch we won't to Denny's but only Rens and I got something to eat Mactar was a little disturbed because of his wallet and Richard is a very picki eater so he would rather eat peanut butter jelly sandwiches instead of eating at Denny's. After lunch we went back to the hotel to use their Internet. We wanted ...
... any rain runs off the compact soil, lessening the risk of the planes sinking into any mud. Because the Boneyard is military property we were not allowed to get off the bus during the tour. It’s too bad because I would have loved to walk among the aircraft. But it’s absolutely amazing to see the number and variety of planes just sitting there, more than 300 acres of ...