Radisson Hotel El Paso Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Juarez. As we drove into the area it was a big OMG! Lock the doors, take some pictures, and get out of here.
Some of the pictures are of the Border Crossing and I have described on each picture something about it. The rest are pictures of the "Golden Horseshoe" shops and their merchandise as displayed on the sidewalks. Note the women's jeans: all the mannequins have their butts facing the ...
Chamizal National Memorial, El Paso, Texas celebrates the peaceful settlement of the long-standing dispute over the international border at El Paso, TX and Ciudad Juarez in Mexico. The original border between the two countries was the Rio Grande River, but the ever-changing course of the river caused tensions between the two countries when, by the 1880's, a section of Mexican farmland--known as the Chamizal tract--ended up in ...
... by settlers in Texas. Since it was a Sunday, there were lots of people. I went inside the Our Lady of Mt. Caramel and I was the only one who spoke English there. It was a very spanish/mexican atmosphere. I came back to the El Paso historic downtown and took some pictures. Its a mix of old and new buildings and remains quite busy at all times. In the words of locals, there isn't much to do or see in El Paso except Eat, Drink, Shop and party.
... turned out good and it was nice just having family and friends over.
The best part about Halloween this year though was having Canyon - he's pretty much the best part of anything in our world right now. We dressed him up like a tiger and he looked wonderful. Dane and I dressed up in the traditional outfits - wizard and bloody scary guy. We didn't get a ton of trick or treaters, but we had ...
... called El Charro. Filled up on instant coffee and red chile rellenos (and they were proper hot!). Sitting by the big window watching this little town go by. The diner looked like it hadnt changed since the 50s, the town looked like it hadnt changed since the 50s too, same goes for the attire, big hats check shirts and big boots. I would come back to Lordsburg and the El Charro in a heartbeat. I could tell I was going to enjoy New Mexico.
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