Country Club Bed and Breakfast

Address: 400 E Country Club Rd, Roswell, New Mexico, 88201-6527, United States | B&B
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        Travel Blogs from Roswell

        Roswell - Aliens and Art

        A travel blog entry by johntrip2015 on Sep 19, 2015

        27 photos

        ... a little bit hokey. There is a *huge* amount of written material which lines the walls of the museum, and it covers every aspect of the 'crash' of the alien spacecraft in July 1947. I mean every aspect. Every newspaper story, every scrap of paper, anything that has a faint reference to UFOs. It would take days to read every they have put on these walls. Days and days. There are couple of key displays:

        1. Aliens with Flying Saucer Diorama - every ...

        Sanderson TX To Roswell

        A travel blog entry by theoneride on Jul 06, 2015

        124 photos

        ... the hills exposing mountains far off in the west. They got larger as I headed north approaching Fort Stockton. I stopped to take pictures of the Old Fort. I expected something like Fort Apache from the TV show in the 60's. The fort was a little less impressive but I took pictures.

        North of Fort Stockton the land for 100 miles in every direction had oil wells dotting the landscape to Carlsbad NM.

        I ...

        Carlsbad Caverns

        A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on May 23, 2015


        ... was accidentally found by a sixteen year old cowboy who investigated it throughout most of his life. A great accident, I must say.
        We drove back into town, Carlsbad, NM for dinner at the Trinity Hotel. It was delicious. You'll have to ask each individual what they each had, since I do not fully remember, but I had Penne with Italian Sausage and the hotter variety of Marinara Sauce. It was good. Just hot enough for an ...

        Oilfields, Caverns and Aliens

        A travel blog entry by holtyboy on Jan 29, 2015

        2 comments, 13 photos

        ... exception of stops for coffee and fuel. Western Texas is not a thrilling landscape as it changes from scrub land to desert land, especially as some of this is oil country and you can actually smell it before you get there!

        Our lunch stop in Pecos, Texas ,certainly made you appreciate the UK. The place was clearly a small town that became part of the Texan oil boom but the town itself has lost out. The McDonald's, ...

        Day Thirteen Sunday 7th September 2014 Santa Fe

        A travel blog entry by michellejo86 on Sep 07, 2014

        5 photos

        ... and very fitting for our visit :) The UFO museum was interesting but very bonkers too, your either a believer or not.... I'm not. Absolutely beautiful drive into Santa Fe the grey clouds parted and all we could see was blue skies, sunshine and beautiful scenery through the San Verde Crista mountains.....listening to the lighthouse family High and looking out of the window at the beautiful scenery as we drove down the 180 mile open road was a memory and moment ...