We got up early and started a walking tour of El Paso. This is a fascinating city.
Built in 1914 by Henry Charles Trost as the Alhambra Theater, the Moorish style movie theater was later renamed the Palace Theater. 716 more words
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El Paso is the county seat of El Paso County, TX. This was our destination for the night and we had time for some fun before checking into the hotel for the night. 233 more words
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Sierra Blanca is the county seat of Hudspeth County, TX. We were passing through and slowed down long enough to look around.
United Methodist Church – Sanctuary was built in 1909 by the First Presbyterian Church. 143 more words
The owners of Red Rock Ranch give guided tours of their beautiful ranch. They have driving tours and hiking tours. Darice McVay was our tour guide, and she recently hurt her foot so the hiking option wasn’t available. 233 more words
Van Horn is the county seat of Culberson County, TX. We planned to spent the night here so before we checked in we went looking around. 171 more words
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Leaving Odessa behind we continued Westward.
Monahans is the county seat of Ward County. The county seat was originally Barstow and they had a lovely red limestone courthouse that was built in 1893 (demolished). 190 more words
Odessa is the county seat of Ector County, TX. It is just next door to Midland. We stopped here to look around before continuing on. 432 more words