Sleep Inn University
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Hello everyone, I am talking to everyone from New Mexico. I had so much fun here. At the beginning of the day my cousin and I went to go play a bit more soccer and then headed to go eat at Chicos Tacos, the tradition of El Paso. Yummy! From there we had to say our goodbyes I already miss my tio, my tia, and my cousin. From El Paso to ...
I finally made it to El Paso, Texas! I'm so happy that I am one step closer to finding my mother! I stand in line to buy a bus ticket but the lady behind the counter tells me I need to have a parent with me. Not knowing what to do I wonder over near the restrooms and spot cops eating lunch. Scared that they will deport me back to my home I run right into the bathrooms right into a man that was washing his ...
... predicted a landslide, Karl Rove - the architect predicted a Romney landslide, and therefore conservatives were sure that the liberal media was once again favoring...the liberal and couldn't be trusted. Time after time I heard them give excuses as to how the liberal polls were so skewed and that they knew how to correctly read polls therefore giving Romney not just an edge, but a landslide...We all know how what turned out for these ...
... 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 ...
On a related note, the parade roster was punctuated with occasional duos of the city's street-cleaning vehicles. Additionally, small bands of folk, armed with shovels and trailing a trash barrel, followed up each horse-related entry. As they hastily performed their duties, they drew "Ewews" of fake disgust from the crowd who watched every motion they made (see photos).
My Midwestern eyes noticed ...