Plaza Juarez Park

Address: Avenida Lincoln Y Coyoacan, Ciudad Juarez, Northern Mexico, 32310, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avenida Lincoln Y Coyoacan, Ciudad Juarez, is near El Paso Zoo, El Paso Mission Trail, Magoffin Home State Historical Park, and Chamizal National Memorial.
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Travel Blogs from Ciudad Juarez


A travel blog entry by gracepope1 on Feb 06, 2013

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... He helped me on my trip to find my mom. His name was Enrique. We got a ride from a band and they took us to a town where we got a job. We washed dishes at the resturant and they gave us a place to sleep. I didnt mind the job and just wanted to find my ...


A travel blog entry by teresita.claire on Feb 05, 2013

When I woke up this morning, I went to wake my grandma up, but she wouldn't move. She died in her sleep. I was very sad, because of her death and because now I was left alone in this violent, crime ridden city. I found the card that the brother and sister had given me the day before, I packed up, and went to there house asking them to take me over the boarder. I decided I want to find my mother in America. We drove in their car for a long ...

My Monday

A travel blog entry by sparker54321 on Feb 04, 2013

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Todaywhen i came home from school i went to my job. in my job i count the money for a lady that takes people across the boarder. Some people came in todayan offered us to take people across the boarder but we declined. After the work day was over Carmen, my boss gave me a walk man for my ...

Scary thing happened at work!

A travel blog entry by connorgoodwin on Jan 07, 2013

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Today, I got up and went to work at the immigration place. Two people came in that day, and said they could take babies across the border illegally. I am still in Juarez at my grandmother's house and still feel alone. I then went to talk to the owner of a clothes store where I worked sometimes and showed her all the money I have saved. ...

The Beginning of the Rocky Mountains

A travel blog entry by mexidane on May 30, 2011

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... most off camber, ledgiest, gnarliest trail I think I have ever been on for such an extended amount of time. Yes there are tougher, yes there are rockier, but not for the entire trail length like this trail. There was hardly any rest for the entire length of the trail...or lack of trail. Having said all of that, it was a joy. It is one of the hikes that ...