Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites El Paso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from El Paso
... girl your mother says "has personality", and goes forever. Couldn't wait to get outta there, Interesting that it looked exactly like a lot of the towns in Mexico. What's with that?
Tomorrow we're headed toward White Sands, but here again, there's a bunch of National parks and monuments that would be great to see, but CLOSED. Who do I sue for ...
Go to Bus Depot to buy ticket to L.A., in which I was unsuccessful. A man offers to take me to L.A. for money I no longer posse. He gets mad and drives me to Arizona. On the way through El Paso I see fort Bliss which looks really cool and the El Paso Zoo. I wish I could go there. When we get to Tuscon the man tries to sell me for money but a kindly lady rescues me. I stay with her for the night. ...
... I have looked at many clips on line from election night coverage on FOX and it is even better than watching Obama's victory speech - which was fabulous by the way. I now have a better understanding as to why conservatives seem to live in their own bubble...epistemic culture as conservative blogger David Brooks would say. If you had been watching FOX for the days leading up to the election, you were certain that Romney was going to win. ...
... knowing the language at all. I find though that once I get somewhere and settle in I relax a bit and enjoy the experience.
I've been getting our travel documents in order, confirming hotel arrangements, choosing our shore excursions and so on. Rick Steves has a helpful website and great travel books. I am so excited.
It is now just 15 days away. It can't ...
... impossible to find a decent place to have dinner (unless you're willing to spend $30 for a main course in the only - inexplicably swanky - restaurant still open). Aside from a couple of dive bars a few blocks away, wafting out the suicide-inducingly awful sounds of cheesy Mexican pop at seemingly all hours of the day, El Paso's nightlife is on a par with somewhere like Riyadh, without the public amputations that make a wild night out in the latter ...