Ramada El Paso

113 West Missouri Street, El Paso, Texas, 79901, United States | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 113 West Missouri Street, El Paso, is near El Paso Museum of Art, The El Paso Holocaust Museum, Insights Science Museum, and Railroad and Transportation Museum of El Paso.
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Travel Blogs from El Paso

The Booooonies

A travel blog entry by joec404 on Oct 09, 2013

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... 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 ...

In the Hands of an Angry God

A travel blog entry by hlt on Mar 06, 2013

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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. ...

Fall of Death Star

A travel blog entry by mexidane on Nov 06, 2012

... 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. ...

El Paso

A travel blog entry by nizlopi on Mar 22, 2011

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... with balaclavas to avoid reprisals. It was a very peculiar feeling to know that all this was happening just a mile or so from where I was sitting in the comfort of my hostel.
In fact, I discovered when I arrived in El Paso that my hostel has bloody historical connections of its own, albeit rather more distant than the daily massacres in Juarez. Still bedecked in all its faded 1920s glory, the Hotel Gardner was one of the most atmospheric hostels I've stayed ...

El Paso's Sun Bowl Parade=Travel destination

A travel blog entry by billiegreenwood on Nov 25, 2010

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... every year in the parade that draws folks from across the region to kick off the holiday season.

Patriots applauded representatives from El Paso's Fort Bliss, the US Border Patrol and the Junior ROTC units. Civic organizations, local politicians, the city's leading employers proudly claimed their spot in the parade line up of over 100 units.Mounted horses, horse brigades, and more horses drawing wagons and stagecoaches made ...

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