GuestHouse Suites El Paso

Address: 1940 Airway Blvd, El Paso, Texas, 79925, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1940 Airway Blvd, El Paso, is near El Paso Zoo, El Paso Saddleblanket, El Paso Mission Trail, and U.S. Army Air Defense Artillery Museum.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGuestHouse Suites El Paso

Reviewed by stellarachaella

Good Place for the Price

Reviewed Feb 2, 2013
by (16 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

The room was very clean and comfortable. The decor was dated but not in disrepair. The room had a sink and refrigerator as well as a separate living room. A local Italian restaurant delivered food if you don't feel like going out in El Paso. The fitness center was in good shape, with a treadmill and an elliptical, both in very good condition, no weights or space for floor training thought.

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TripAdvisor Reviews GuestHouse Suites El Paso

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Travel Blogs from El Paso

Understanding Real-estate Investment Trusts REITs

A travel blog entry by bellclick3 on Oct 30, 2014

... in exchange for the mortgage with a property. Mortgage REITs also buy mortgages and mortgage-backed securities, and get their revenue from your interest collected on home loans. Hybrid REITs Hybrid REITs are trusts that generate their revenue from rent, like equity REITs, as well as interest on mortgages, like mortgage REITs. Retail REITs These are investment trusts that own and operate ...

Wednesday

A travel blog entry by andrew0314 on Jun 19, 2013

After I left the car lot I got to a bus station where I met a man who offered to drive me to Los Angeles for one hundred dollars. We went back to the car in the lot to get the money, but the car was gone. The man was very mad and he took me to a place to talk to his boss, then tried ...

Mexico border ... Opps!

A travel blog entry by katemoloney88 on May 04, 2013

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... more like 20 million. They work for cash and are paid really low by amercian terms. In Mexico they would get $80pw whereas in America they might get $400pw and accommodation. Some of them pay $5,000 to illegally get into America and will stay away from their family for a couple of years to build up enough money to give their family in Mexico a better life. .... Wanting to look ...

Floating the Mighty Rio

A travel blog entry by mexidane on Sep 03, 2012

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Some people may scoff at the idea of floating down the Rio Grande through El Paso, Texas. I must admit I thought that the idea was a bit wacky, but that is exactly what was the attractive part. So this afternoon, Turner and I climbed down the embankment with a few inner tubes in hand - one extra for the cold beverage of your choice - and lazily drifted down a small stretch of this mighty river whose origins begin in the ...

El Paso

A travel blog entry by nizlopi on Mar 22, 2011

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... br> This provincial charmlessness was surprising considering El Paso's rich frontier history. During the 19th century, the town was fought over repeatedly by American and Mexican troops; in the early 20th century, it proved the ideal base for idealistic Leftist revolutionaries - like the famous Emiliano Zapata - to plan operations over the border against the oppressive military dictatorship that ran Mexico at the time. During Prohibition, a common joke was that ...