DreamCatcher Inn de Las Cruces
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of DreamCatcher Inn de Las Cruces
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews DreamCatcher Inn de Las Cruces
Travel Blogs from Las Cruces
... to spend much time in New Mexico at this time of year, because of the elevation we thought it would be cold!! Turns out it was Texas that was cold & it's lovely & warm here in Las Cruces!! "The City of Crosses". Just shows how flexible you have to be! UPDATE!
We left Jan 21st just in time because Las Cruces had SNOW on Jan 22nd!!!
For a taste of past times ...
We got to White Sands around 3pm, got a backcountry camping permit (for $6) and a National Park Pass for the whole year and every US park (for $80, covering 4 people for 1 year) and began our hike over the dunes.
There isn't a lot to say about White Sands other than it is beautiful. This is by far my favorite National Park, for the sunset, stars, and sunrise alone. The sand, made of gypsum as it was deposited by an old lake, is resistant to the heat ...
We followed our usual pattern with a late start from Deming NM. Our first stop was Hatch NM the home of the famous Hatch peppers. Doris wanted to do some shopping in Hatch. There were no art galleries in Hatch so shopping was a good second option. At Hatch we rejoined the Adventure Cycling route. My goal was to bike from Hatch to Las Cruces NM. Biking was slow because ...
... From there we headed west, more wind, to the Tucson area. T looks to be quite intertaining. Much to see, from Tombstone to an aviation museum. Which we missed. But we did wander through the Saguaro National Park, a playground of cacti, in bloom. An eight mile drive plus a mile walk took us through a spiny wonderland. On the outskirts of Tucson, it would have been subdivided if not for the federal ...
... them and their two amazing children. Solomon, who is a junior in HS this year, is on the varsity swim team and doing well in school. Silas, still in the 8th grade, is on the high school track and field team and runs cross country.
Both boys have a very busy life and I did not think to get pictures of them before they were gone for the evening. Solomon ...