Lone Star Inn

6308 Montana, El Paso, Texas, 79925, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 6308 Montana, El Paso, is near El Paso Zoo, El Paso Mission Trail, El Paso Saddleblanket, and U.S. Army Air Defense Artillery Museum.
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Travel Blogs from El Paso


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 ...

2:55 Suset Limited leaving Los Angeles

A travel blog entry by catasleep on Dec 09, 2011

3 photos

Lesson 1. Check in early to obtain the window seat! I checked in one hour before the departure but the window seats were already taken:( i hope not so many people on board during night so that i can use both two seat. Right now sharing with another lady, while other seats are still ...

El Paso

A travel blog entry by nizlopi on Mar 22, 2011

1 comment

... engrossed in the culture - but, walk twenty minutes or so in any direction and you can be pretty sure you'll come across a comfortingly American establishment like Starbucks or Gap.
Not so in El Paso. At a guess, I would say - and for once I'm not exaggerating - that 95% of people here are Hispanic. Spanish is spoken so prevelently that the locals don't even bother paying lip-service to the country's official language. In one of the ...

I survived.

A travel blog entry by milanluka on Jul 02, 2010

... completely overrun by security guards and police. Apparently the safest place in town to socialize, and not just frequented by foreigners. Settled on a small restaurant for lunch, then a bar called Buffalo (?) to watch the football. I sat with a couple of American guys and we really got into it. Very careful with my alcohol intake, there was no way I was going to be stupid and get drunk here. But sitting in amongst a good crowd of people I did have a couple of beers, mixed ...

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