Hilltop Hacienda Bed and Breakfast
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... surface creep"</i> <i>While the wind piles the sand grains into dunes, the dunes move forward under the force of gravity. As the leading edge of the dune ("slipface") gets steeper, gravity pulls an avalanche of sand down the slipface, moving the dune forward. This dune field is very dynamic, with the most active dunes moving to the northeast at a rate of up to 30 feet per year, while the more stable areas of sand move very little. </i> ...
... the first time first to be there. margaritas were on offer and they were strong, straight to the head. They gave you lime to rim the glass and salt dip and a punch margarita and home made chips with chefs special red green salsa. It was nice, I'm thinking I would like the "green or red" cookbook for this region which I like, party food with chilli and salsas, that's me. Andrew wanted Chinese for dinner because it offered vegetables. We put some washing on and ...
... Boulevard 114-118; conf # 64060341 Hotel provides FREE Airport shuttle (every 30 min) Ph 45 88 776655;pd pts + $70
Tuesday,June 3 Cruise: Royal Princes: Pier @ SUNDROGSGADE 300-334 (12 day cruise) 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM Check in
Wednesday, June 4 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM OSLO
Thursday, June 5 7:00 AM to 2:00 ...
... museum. This is the missile range where they detonated the first atomic bomb.
We finally lost all our energy by Las Cruces and pulled over at a Burger Time diner for donuts & coffee and to book our hotel. Later we cruised to La Posta Mexican restaurant which had some of the most ridiculously spicy salsa I have ever had...and this was just the standard one they gave to every table.
... We both would consider this a "must see" destination.
After the caverns, we headed back south and then west toward El Paso across a 100 mile stretch of sandy windy nothingness, ultimately reaching Las Cruces, NM and our campsite at Leasburg State Park ($14 for water/electric/showers and beautiful sunset views).