Martha'S Place Bed & Breakfast Hotel

Address: 204 W. Lima, Columbus, New Mexico, 88029, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 204 W. Lima, Columbus, is near Rogers Boots.
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    Carlsbad caverns

    A travel blog entry by ktchris on Jan 21, 2015

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    ... around) and boy was that a silly choice. We walked up 800ft in about 1 mile which was extra difficult considering how tired our legs were from the hike yesterday. After lots of sweating and huffing and puffing we managed to come out at the natural entrance beside the visitor center. Let me tell you we got in a good work out that week. When we got back to our car we changed out of our sweaty clothes and started making our way west ...

    Paquime - UNESCO World Heritage Site

    A travel blog entry by maryjacobs on Sep 13, 2014

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    ... hotel which was only a short distance away. The Tour Director for the next tour had met us at the hotel yesterday and was riding with us to Phoenix. Sergio would be going back to Mexico with the next tour group and would be dropped off in Nogales. Sergio told us he leads approximately15 of these tours a year as well as tours in the Yucatan. He was an excellent and knowledgeable Tour Director with a great sense of humor and you will be fortunate to have him as ...

    Pancho Villa State Park

    A travel blog entry by oliverlodge on Mar 30, 2014

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    ... what it was really interesting for possibly the smallest State Park in the USA at just 1 mile square. There were bullet ridden armoured cars, the first four wheel drive vehicles used in a war, the first US Air Force planes in combat, and just lots of historic artifacts. Apparently Woodrow Wilson, the then president, saw the armoured chase of Pancho Villa as a practise run for joining WW1. While there ...

    The town he destroyed celebrates Pancho Villa Day!

    A travel blog entry by billiegreenwood on Mar 06, 2010

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    ... American horse riders from Columbus, Deming, Silver City and Las Cruces join the Cabalgata at the border for the final leg of the Cabalgata's ride into Columbus.
    Some Mexican riders can't cross the border. But the new mayor of Columbus's sister-bordertown, Palomas, joined the riders this year. Horses are a big hit on the border, at least around here.

    Another ...

    Border Book Festival

    A travel blog entry by billiegreenwood on Apr 30, 2008

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    ... Washington Valdez's The Killing Fields.] Some of the booths featured activist groups. Folks from El Paso's Segundo Barrio had a booth with DVD, literature, T shirts and stickers; we enjoyed getting to know each other. The Friends of the Women of Juarez provided info ...