iStay Hotel Ciudad Juarez

Address: Paseo Triunfo de la Republica 3745, Ciudad Juarez, Northern Mexico, 32310, Mexico | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Paseo Triunfo de la Republica 3745, Ciudad Juarez, is near El Paso Museum of Art, Malecon, El Paso-Juarez Trolley, and El Paso Symphony Orchestra.
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      Travel Blogs from Ciudad Juarez

      Border Jumping (Tuesday)

      A travel blog entry by westonhb on Feb 05, 2013

      ... 2 Kilometers from the border. I climbed under the seat and we rolled up to the immigration booth. We almost got through, but at the end they found parking tickets of the van, and impounded the vehicle with me beneath the seat. After a few hours of struggling, I managed to get ...

      Sunday Fun Day

      A travel blog entry by lizalewis1 on Feb 03, 2013

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      Today is my birthday!! I am nine now. Every Sunday I go to the phone booth and call my mother. My mom has gone to America to become a US citizen so I can come and see her. My mother sent me new shoes for my birthday. She and I talked for a while talking about my birthday party that my grandmother is throwing me. After I finished talking the man told me I only had 20 more seconds, so I quickly say goodbye to my ...


      A travel blog entry by collinsandler12 on Jan 29, 2013

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      Today was a sad day. I woke up and I saw my grandma sleeping but she was really dead. I had no one to take care of me so I finally decided to go with the Americans across the border to go find my mom. The Americans put me under a seat in their car and the border patrol checked it. My heart ...

      El Paso

      A travel blog entry by nizlopi on Mar 22, 2011

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      ... checkpoints, is one of the most dangerous in the world. Since the Mexican goverment started its military campaign against the drug cartels whose primary source of income is smuggling marjujana and cocaine over the border into the the world's most lucrative drug market, Ciudad Juarez - and many other towns up and down the border - have become slaughterhouses only comparable to the worst days in Iraq. There are frequent reports of a dozen or more headless ...

      Precious Moments

      A travel blog entry by samuel.rachael on Dec 14, 2010

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      ... for a driving 'tour' of Juárez City.
      What an eye-opener!
      The Federal Police were definitely out there in force that day - and, to be honest, rather than make your feel safer, it was actually of very little comfort and all rather disconcerting.
      But all that was forgotten when we pulled up to the delights of "Viva Mexico" - which boasts an incredible assortment of authentic Mexican food and a colourful mood that sets the scene for a lively ...