Sunset Heights Bed & Breakfast Inn

717 W. Yandell Ave, El Paso, Texas, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from El Paso


A travel blog entry by jackaprahamian on Feb 06, 2013

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Today, the band dropped us off in Tucson. We needed a place to stay. So we got a job. I asked the owner of a diner for a job and he said he only had the pay for one person, so we split it. The diner was also a place to stay, they had beds. We worked a lot that day, we started singing while washing dishes and the owner got mad at us. We then went to bed later that night. Enrique said he could take me to see my dad the next ...

Scavenger Hunt 2012

A travel blog entry by mexidane on Dec 23, 2012

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I really just have got to get this posted or else it will fall off the to-do list.
After putting together a true all star team, we were a bit disappointed to have not even placed, but boy did we have a good always.
And by the way - Tony and Ada are the couple that much to my surprise I just married ...

Fall of Death Star

A travel blog entry by mexidane on Nov 06, 2012

... comedy channel. Adios Death Star. I think that all will benefit from less made up news and more reality, but now I better understand republican's alternative universe. If this is all you watch...what else could we expect. There are plenty of wonderful republicans in this world - my neighbors, aunt, david brooks from npr, and many others I'm sure...but not a lot others. This is comedy to me - that's it. Nothing personal at all.

Con and Can Man

A travel blog entry by mexidane on Feb 26, 2011

Today, Canyon had his first buddy come on over for a visit. Although we aren't too sure if either of the kids was aware of the other, Connor Franklin and Canyon Dane are destined to be riding buddies. Connor though seems to be more interested in eating anything that used to grow on a plant - leaves in particular, and Canyon just really wanted to sleep and poop a little in his ...

So close, yet so far.

A travel blog entry by cobra1899 on May 26, 2010

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... Rio Grande. Then the river moved during the great flood of 1829. The missions, which originally stood on the south bank were now on the north bank. You just can't trust Mother Nature to keep the status quo.

My day of touring started with a drive into the Golden Horseshoe of El Paso. The shopping district where the border crossing is located is called the Golden Horseshoe. Though, these days, the area seems a little tarnished and should probably ...