Sunset Heights Bed & Breakfast Inn
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We read about the vibrant downtown area of El Paso and a section near the two bridges used for the border crossing called the Golden Horseshoe. Thought, hmmm, sounds like a good adventure and a chance to get the flavor of Tex/Mex culture.
So we drove down thinking we would get some good deals in this area because this is where the residents of Juarez come across to shop for deals in the US and Americans ...
... to El Paso, no radio (no we don't have satellite radio) and often times no cell connection. We had to plan our gas stops carefully as there were not too many places available along the way. But, we made it we didn't run out of gas or have any problems. We were glad to make it to El Paso and rest up for a couple of days. Our next destination is Tucson AZ and if we can we will settle there for a week or ...
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