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Living in Central El Paso, TX
I have lived in Central El Paso, TX my entire life and have ni future plans to move anytime soon. I am currently married to a wonderful man and we are enjoying raising our 2 beautiful daughters close to the neighborhood that I grew up in with my mom, dad and 3 siblings. My mom, dad and 1 sibling still live in the house that I grew up in, which is nice since it is right down the street.
In Central El Paso, TX there are many things to do to keep you occupied whether you are from the area or not including The National Border Patrol Museum. At the National Border Patrol Museum you will have the opportunity to explore the history of the Border Patrol and all that they do to enforce the laws in the area. A gift shop is also located at the museum for oyu to visit. If you are looking for something for the entire family the El Paso Zoo will be a huge treat for everyone. The El Paso Zoo features nearly 2,000 different live animals in natural wildlife exhibits. Animals at the zoo include monkeys, tigers, Asian elephants, along with a reptile house. Admission to the El Paso Zoo is affordable at only $5 for adults and $3 for children.
When it comes to food El Paso has some of the best places to eat in Texas, those restraunts include Cafe Central which is a large Bistro that serves a Traditional Menu to meet the needs of just about everyone. Over 30 years Jaxon's Brewery was established and has grown to become the fourth biggest brewery in the state of Texas. Jaxon's Brewery offers many items on their menu that aren't offered at other restraunts in the area.
My overall experience in Central El Paso has been wonderful and I would highly recommend the area for anyone looking for a place to visit or vacation.
Sep 05, 2012
Source: The Central, El Paso, TX data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).