Camino Real Ciudad Juarez

Address: Blvd.Teofilo Borunda 6941, Ciudad Juarez, Northern Mexico, 32617, Mexico | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Blvd.Teofilo Borunda 6941, Ciudad Juarez, is near El Paso Museum of Art, Malecon, El Paso-Juarez Trolley, and El Paso Symphony Orchestra.
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      Travel Blogs from Ciudad Juarez

      Grieving Tuesday

      A travel blog entry by lizalewis1 on Feb 05, 2013

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      ... I realize that I don't have anyone else to take care of me so I pack my bags and head to the motel that Carmen gave me from yesterday. So I walk to the motel where they are staying and knock on the door and Carmen's brother answers the door. So I walk in and tell them that I need to get across the border to go see my mother. I then gave them the money that I owed them for taking me. ...

      Lunes

      A travel blog entry by katiebowe on Feb 04, 2013

      Today I went to school. After I went to school I went to help Carmen at work. She smuggles people across the border for money. I like working her because I want to cross the border so badly. However, today something weird happened: a young woman named Martha and a young man named David came in saying that they would smuggle some ...

      Thursday

      A travel blog entry by collinsandler12 on Jan 31, 2013

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      I went with some people to harvest tomatoes and the INS came and tried to arrest all the immigrants. I hid under a bush and I was safe but unfortunately most were not. Me and Enrique were the only ones left. He hitch hikes and we both got in to a famous Mexican band's bus! It was so cool! When they drop us off me and Enrique both got a job and then we slept in a motel and he tells me that my dad lives ...

      El Paso

      A travel blog entry by nizlopi on Mar 22, 2011

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      ... 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. ...

      Ciudad Juárez

      A travel blog entry by kp8 on Nov 19, 2010

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      ... and especially not to take the car; the bridge connecting El Paso to Juárez was clearly not one in which people were fighting to make use of (unlike the bridge linking in the opposite direction) and; pretty much every official working at the border looked at us like we were crazy and strongly advised us against going. Although the advice given to us did not change our decision to ...