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990 Sunland Park Drive, El Paso, Texas, 79922, United States
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Here I am atop Sugarloaf Mt, 5226 ft, El PasoHere I am atop Sugarloaf Mt, 5226 ft, El Paso

Wife tickling seal, El Paso Zoo, TexasWife tickling seal, El Paso Zoo, Texas

Downtown El Paso, TexasDowntown El Paso, Texas

Hotel Paso Del NorteHotel Paso Del Norte

Travel Tips for El Paso

el paso is a border city...

by fabrice

el paso is a border city USA/mexico,and on the other side of rio grande(rio bravo for mexicans)lies the big city of ciudad-juarez(estado de chihuahua).It is a very charming city on the very very very western end of texas,very far from dallas and houston. I came into a fast-food,trying to prepare my best english to be understood by the cashier;when my turn came,the employee told me:hayyyyy si ,muchacho,que quieres??? (she did not speak english at all)

For the gringos

by sambarnett

A lot of guidebooks mention that anyone with an 'Anglo-enough looking face' will have no trouble at US-Mexico border crossings. DO NOT take this to mean you can leave identification behind or make repeated crossings. Standing in a line of 200 Mexicans, waiting to get back to the USA, guess who they singled out and questioned? Yup, the young, single and scruffy looking gringo. Bring ID and answer their questions as directly and succinctly as possible.

Guadalupe Mountains National Park (110 miles)

by matcrazy1

This beautiful National Park is located 110 miles (180 km) east of El Paso, in far West Texas, by U.S. Highway 62/180 and just south of New Mexico-Texas state line.

I liked most huge mountains and various rocky formations as well as wildlife and fauna of this area. I have seen golden eagles, red-tailed hawks, and other birds of pray. Guadalupe Mountains National Park is said to be the world's finest example of a fossilized reef. It's a must see for every fan of mountain hiking, geology and wildlife. Warning: you have to hike to discover its beauty, it's impossible to visit it by car that is unique in the USA.

The Park includes the highest part of 50 miles (80 km) long mountain range - the Guadalupe Mountains - that surprisingly rises above flat although full of deep and narrow canyons lowlands of southern New Mexico and Chihuahua Desert of Texas. U.S. Highway 62/180 runs through the Guadalupe Pass below impressive El Captain Peak and its neighbour, Guadalupe Peak (2667 m, 8749 ft), the highest summit in Texas.

More details in my Guadalupe Mountains National Park VT-page.

Historic Hotel Paso Del Norte

by atufft

Perhaps surprisingly, El Paso is considerably younger than other pueblos, such as Santa Fe and Taos, and even some mission buildings within 15 miles of town, all of which were founded in the 16th century by the Spanish. El Paso rather had it's start first as a place on the Rio Grande where the river could be forded, a sort of resting place known as the El Paso del Norte. By 1873, Juarez became a city on one side of the river-border, and EL Paso a stage coach stop and saloon on the other. In the 1880's, gunfighters and cattle rustlers, both Texan and Mexican, produced a reputation for the town as the ''Six-Shooter Capital.'' Ambitious city fathers built the city quickly after this period though, and by 1910, El Paso had the comparatively large and impressive brick and terracota Hotel Paso Del Norte. The exterior appears to have been restored, and there's a busy bar inside the main entrance. The hotel has been renamed to El Camino Real, and the link below provides more details. I didn't check to see what the hotel rates were; however, this building is also notable for being located on the site of the city's first buildings.

Mexican Border Notes: Downtown El Paso, Texas USA

by hsrosen

At the end of South El Paso St. is the "Paso Del Norte Bridge". You are about a mile S. of San Jacinto Plaza. The Stanton St. bridge is a short way West and is more for northbound vehicles. At the Paso Del Norte (Pass of the North) bridge you may pay a small fee (about 35 cents US) and walk into Ciudad Juarez entering at Avenida Juarez.
The bridge arches over the Rio Grande & canals ( Rio Bravo in Mexico). The river is really small. It was popular to stand and watch people making alternate efforts to enter the US.. The border area is popular for clubs, bars, gambling, shopping (souvenirs), pharmacies, medical/dental services, bridal & formal clothing and other items. The tourist markets are available. You may visit the market on 16th of Sept. Ave. ( 1.3 miles) or by the Cathedral. Taxis are availible. English is generally spoken and dollars are fine. A knowledge of Spanish is helpful. Border Spanish has its own style. Always watch your step and be aware of your surroundings.
Continue south and see the shopping area, the old & new cathedral and the Custom House Museum.
If you drive to the bridge, there is pay parking. This bridge is for vehicles returning to the US. A toll plaza at the Mexican entry charges fees to cross. At the US side you will need to provide ID and see Customs as needed. Be sure that you meet new U.S. border regulations that may require a passport or crossing card of U.S. citizens to re-enter the United States. Other nationalities need appropriate Visas, entry cards or such for both countries.
The photo shows the view at the precise border point looking North into the city and to the Franklin Mts. Be sure to have proper Identifications and permits or visas. Drivers passing into Mexico beyond the border area (frontera) will need special paperwork and insurance. Check the consulate or a border insurance agency found in the telephone directory.

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