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El Paso, TXEl Paso, The Sun City
El Paso is a great bilingual city, if you are a close minded person who thinks that we should only speak English in the USA, then El Paso is not for you. It sits on the border of Mexico and the USA, so the culture is a merge between the USA and Mexico. Although Juarez is a dangerous town to live in, El Paso is one of the safest cities in the USA. El Paso weather is hot but dry, so it's not too bad. It's a great place to raise kids and retire. But that doesn't mean that it doesn't have a party scene, there's tons of bars and clubs if that's yout thing. El Paso is also home to three educational institutions. El Paso Community College, Texas Tech, and the University of Texas at El Paso. It's also rich geographically with it's mountains and in history. It has tons of historical buildings, both civilian an military. For many years they were in dissaray, however, they are now being restored. El Paso is also home to one of the largest military installations, Ft. Bliss. Fort Bliss is home to over 38,500 active duty military personnel, over 39,000 of these soldier's family members, and over 1,000 reservists. Check it and make form your own opinion.
El Paso, TX
The Nicest City in Mexico
Juarez has a high crime rate, but El Paso is one of the safest cities in the country. It's not overun by a homeless population and people have good family values. El Paso is not prejudice against white people, however, most people are bilingual in EP and it takes a bit to get used to if you're not from the area.
El Paso, TX
nOT ENOUGH MEXISURE OR QUALITY
What's wrong with the town being made up of mostly hispanic people? Also, what's up with all the bad grammar?