Hampton Inn El Paso-Airport

Address: 6635 Gateway Blvd. West, El Paso, Texas, 79925, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 6635 Gateway Blvd. West, 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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      Travel Blogs from El Paso

      Understanding Real-estate Investment Trusts REITs

      A travel blog entry by bellclick3 on Oct 30, 2014

      ... like shopping malls and industries. They earn their revenue by leasing out these properties to retail tenants. Health Care REITs These are typically trusts that put money into medical centres like hospitals, nursing homes, and retirement homes. Most medical REITs lease their properties to third-party managers who, consequently, pay them a set rent in addition to operational and maintenance costs. ...

      Wednesday

      A travel blog entry by andrew0314 on Jun 19, 2013

      ... me into a different car. A lady named Mrs. Reina then rescued me and took me to her place where I stayed for a while. There are many museums in El Paso and also the Holloman Air Force Base. There is a lot of history throughout the cities with very old buildings.




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      Mexico border ... Opps!

      A travel blog entry by katemoloney88 on May 04, 2013

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      ... border, in El Paso we drove up but accidentally took the wrong lane and ended up on a one way street to the Mexican border. Oops! Luckily the officers we friendly enough and allowed us to do a u-turn. At one stage we could see the city on the Mexican side, what a change from the USA side. Dingy little houses and beaten up roads. It's crazy to think that all that separates it is a ...

      El Paso

      A travel blog entry by nizlopi on Mar 22, 2011

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      ... found dumped in a ditch up against the fence marking the border with the US; cartel members have been known to enter nightclubs and shoot teenagers indiscriminantly, simply to spread terror and lower the morale of government forces; just a few weeks ago, border guards woke up to discover a body hanging from the bridge separating El Paso from Juarez. The situation has become so bad that the Mexican army has been deployed on the streets of Juarez - their ...

      Not alot of fun, but worth it!

      A travel blog entry by thesairs on Apr 19, 2010

      ... already made reservations and plans we can't really change that now.
      Ken: But, I want to go to Mexico...
      Henk & Betsey: what if we put off for a few days the date that we leave.....
      Ken: that would be great - we'll just leave New Orleans a few days earlier than we planned on.
      Me: NO, I'm not leaving our friends a minute earlier than I have to!
      Ken: But I want to go to Mexico.....

      So, ...