I motored on I-10West to Piedras exit 21, going North on Estrella Street to Montana, where I turned West for .5 blocks to stop beside this fantastic coffee shop. Not that I needed more caffeine--more than 1 (8oz) cup a day amps me up--but I also strongly support this significant additional gleam to our Hidden Gem of the World (El PasoTX-USA/Las CrucesNM/Cd.Juarez, Chihuahua-MX/CornudasTX/region) and know you would like it, too. If you're lucky, you'll get barista Annie to fix up some of the finest java anywhere--the only way to get a better Ethiopian brew is to go there! Within a few minutes, I was motoring West on Montana to South on Pierdas to West on gateway back onto I-10West. (Incidentally, that fine cup of HOT coffee did burn my tongue a bit, but hopefully it'll warm up the panhandler whom I gave it to when stopped at a red light--I never give them money, not after having done so to an impoverished daycare beggar outside the Exito in Medellin, Colombia. Despite her charge of 3-5 children, she spent her earnings on fags!) Even though I regularly donate to UBS and am scheduled as such, I'll still come here--hopefully by Doublevision--when the UBS Mobile unit parked outside.
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