Hampton Inn & Suites El Paso West

Address: 6411 South Desert Boulevard, El Paso, Texas, 79932, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 6411 South Desert Boulevard, El Paso, is near Wyler Aerial Tramway, Franklin Mountains State Park, and Ken Hudnall Ghost Tours - Fort Bliss.
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    Travel Blogs from El Paso

    Exactly What Does green furniture Accomplish?

    A travel blog entry by sex5epoxy on Dec 15, 2014

    ... on what you are raft. One of the products that have to be assembled after purchase is outside furniture. Assembly on outdoor futniture be comprehended deeply. Especially if you purchase the type of green home furniture that is really susceptible to impact and damage, then you definitely should be more cautious. In case you would like to place a modern outside furniture, after that try to do a price quote. Stating that there needs to be special buy all in no ...

    A Visit to Old Mesilla

    A travel blog entry by rmwright on Oct 15, 2013

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    ... few pictures of the square and of La Posta, a great Mexican restaurant that has been here since 1939. The La Posta once housed the Butterfield Stage office, an inn and hotel, and a black smith shop. The building has sheltered Billy the Kid, Kit Carson, Gen Douglas MacArthur and Pancho Villa.

    After 1800, the vicinity of Mesilla was a camping and foraging spot for both Spaniards and Mexicans. It wasn't until after the treaty ...

    The Booooonies

    A travel blog entry by joec404 on Oct 09, 2013

    14 photos

    ... and I only picked out a few of the ones that we took.

    We also wanted drive through the Guatalupe Mountain National Park, but, guess what....CLOSED which we knew already, but ****** off about it. So we drove the 150 miles from Carlsbad, to El Paso, where there is absolutely nothing. No gas stations, retail, restaurants, wildlife, traffic, ...

    El Paso City ... By the Rio Grande

    A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads on Feb 14, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... square miles of desert here and created the largest gypsum dune field in the world. The dunes, brilliant and white, are ever changing. They grow, crest, then slump but always advance. Slowly but relentlessly the sand, driven by strong southwest winds, covers everything in its path [we surmised the park officials must use a snow plow to clear the roadway!]. Within the extremely harsh environment of the dune field, even plants ...

    Geske's Fire Grill

    A travel blog entry by pkumar01 on Dec 02, 2012

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    If, on one fine day, you ever find yourself hungry and in El Paso at the same time, I would highly recommend Geske's Fire Grill. The food was excellent, ambiance is great and the service is over the top. And its not atrociously expensive either. I had the Sunday Brunch and every single item was cooked carefully. And I received a surprise with something called a Posole. It was some kind of shredded beef soup. Just one word for it, Awesome.
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