La Quinta Inn El Paso Cielo Vista

9125 Gateway West, El Paso, Texas, 79925, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 9125 Gateway West, El Paso, is near Nachi-Cocom, El Paso Saddleblanket, Western Playland Amusement Park, and El Paso Community College.
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    Travel Blogs from El Paso

    "WE'LL HEAD EM' OFF AT THE PASS, TONTO!"

    A travel blog entry by gordonkirby on Nov 20, 2013

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... been made up by the helpful car attendant along with soap and towels. We were informed that as we would be heading south then east we should put our clocks forward an hour. As the train left LA I climbed between the sheets hoping for a good night’s sleep. This was not to be as the train crashed and shuddered its way along accompanied by the haunting siren which sounded every few seconds. The US rail system doesn’t go in for secure ...

    El Paso & home cookin'

    A travel blog entry by il_chambero on Dec 30, 2012

    24 photos

    ... Donelle came over and we headed out to a Mexican cantina across town. On the way we learned all sorts of things about life in the military. Kristin & Donelle married guys in the Army and Shawn was a Sargent. Apparently there's a lot of moving to places you may not like all that much. Everyone seems to have spent some time in Lawton, OK which from the description of the ...

    Scavenger Hunt Werner/Viramontes

    A travel blog entry by mexidane on Nov 26, 2011

    48 photos

    Hats off to Marco, Shawn and Jos for another absolutely fabulous job at making this a not to miss event for EP. It is impossible to understand the work they take on in order to make this such an incredible event. I think that is what half the fun is - along with much of the frustration. Figuring out these incredibly difficult clues after hours and hours of pulling your hair out. It is a ...

    El Paso

    A travel blog entry by nizlopi on Mar 22, 2011

    1 comment

    ... aside from half a dozen or so 1920s skyscrapers, standing sadly in a huddle right in the centre of town, the businesses here are resolutely Mexican. Long avenues lead down towards the border, their pavements lined with all manner of shops, most of them decrepit. Shoddy clothes stores seem to be the most popular business here, their shelves bulging with fake leather shoes caked with dust and sweat-tops with gaudy Madonnas (the mother-of-Jesus kind, not ...

    I survived.

    A travel blog entry by milanluka on Jul 02, 2010

    ... I should not carry any weapons or bullets into Mexico. I tried to make a joke but he wasnt in the mood to make light of the situation. Fair enough. Paid the foot charge and back over the border I went. The bridge crosses the Rio Grande, once a proud river now just a sad concreted canal barely metres across. No real immigration officers on the Mexican side, however I was met by a massive amount of taxi drivers. I felt like a lone chip being fed to seagulls. Dismissing them all ...