Travel Blogs from Carlsbad, United States

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Down to the Bowels of Hell!, Carlsbad Caverns, United States travel blog

Down to the Bowels of Hell!

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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... the campgrounds I've been in lately. During the final part of my drive, especially when I had to drive completely through Carlsbad, I was thinking of skipping the caverns and taking a breather from touring. After setting up at the campground I check my ...

Spelunking, Carlsbad Caverns National Park, United States travel blog

Spelunking

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica

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I woke up at 8AM and visited Carlsbad Caverns National Park.  On the drive in I saw a giant tarantula crossing the road.  When I arrived at the park I hiked a mile down into the cave to a depth of 750 feet below the surface.  It was great ...

Kaboom!!!, Carlsbad, United States travel blog

Kaboom!!!

A travel blog entry by lord13

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Hello again I just want to say one thing Spurs did great and they'll get them next time.  Today we went back to the caverns but instead we walked 750ft down through the bat cave and it smelled really bad.  When we were done we ate at ...

The Neatest Cave in The World, Carlsbad Caverns National Park, United States travel blog

The Neatest Cave in The World

A travel blog entry by jacobsims

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We went to Carlsbad Caverns.  It is a National Park in New Mexico.  We went down below ground.  It is 59 degrees all year round in the cave.  I was ahead of Mamaw and Papaw all the whole time.  I earned a Junior Ranger ...

Carlsbad Caverns National Park, Carlsbad, United States travel blog

Carlsbad Caverns National Park

A travel blog entry by csimpson

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Carlsbad Caverns was beautiful. I liked the dark, hushed atmosphere. We enjoyed the King's Palace tour and did both of the self-guided walking tours of the Natural Entrance and the Big Room. When the tour guide turned out the lights to let us experience ...

Off to the caverns, Carlsbad, United States travel blog

Off to the caverns

A travel blog entry by danny_bettyjean

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... pool noodle in the middle of the water. There were 2 more just wandering down the road on our way back to our cabin.  We had decided last night not to tent camp.  We had moved into a nice cabin for the night. The visit to Carlsbad has been ...

Finally Leaving Texas, Carlsbad Caverns National Park, United States travel blog

Finally Leaving Texas

A travel blog entry by troycar4444

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... ever had which we eat hastily in the dark. The following morning we make a short drive up to New Mexico to visit Carlsbad Caverns.  While the previous day we had been ascending up the Guadalupe Mountains, today we will be making our way down into ...

Grams n' Gramps, Carlsbad, United States travel blog

Grams n' Gramps

A travel blog entry by punkinhed7

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Well I finally made it off the island.  I am officially "on vacation," or whatever you want to call it.  Staying with grandma and grandpa has been great.  I feel like I've never really gotten to spend any time with them 1 on 2, and this ...

Carlsbad, Carlsbad, United States travel blog

Carlsbad

A travel blog entry by speedmaster

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... heiße Wüste und Palm Springs im Rückspiegel, kommen uns die 35 Grad in San Diegos top-notch Vorstädtchen Carlsbad regelrecht angenehm vor. In Vorbereitung auf den Independence Day stehen in unserem traumhaften Resort zwei Tage pure Erholung an: Pool, ...

Guadalupe Mountains/Carlsbad Caverns, Carlsbad, United States travel blog

Guadalupe Mountains/Carlsbad Caverns

A travel blog entry by kellyjohn

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... . We initially planned to spend several days in Lincoln National Forest, however, after walking the Natural Cave Entrance route of Carlsbad Caverns (amazing!), we were spent and decided on a motel stay in town instead.  Hot showers, a bed, and ...

Day 11, Carlsbad, United States travel blog

Day 11

A travel blog entry by dlmitchell71

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2010 U.S. Road Trip – Day 11 - 6/29/2010 – Destination Carlsbad, NM We actually got an early start today. The high only reached into the low 80's and there were instances where the temperature dipped below 70. We traveled through west Texas ...

carlsbad, Carlsbad, United States travel blog

carlsbad

A travel blog entry by holz_g

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'Carlsbad Caverns', Carlsbad, United States travel blog

'Carlsbad Caverns'

A travel blog entry by thesteeles

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... caverns in Carlsbad and it was even more impressive than we thought.(at first I thought Kelly said we were going to the 'Carlsbad Taverns' and I was pretty excited) But when I learned it was actually the Caverns and this was the place where they filmed ...

Carlsbad, Carlsbad, United States travel blog

Carlsbad

A travel blog entry by martin_reto

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Carlsbad Nach kurzem Beraten in LA beschlossen wir die letzten Tage in den USA im warmen Sueden und am Meer zu verbringen! Also fuhren wir gemuetlich gegen Sueden, Endziel waere Pacific Beach, dass wir ja schon von unserem ersten Besuch in San Diego ...

Day 8 & 9: Carlsbad Caverns National Park, Carlsbad Caverns, United States travel blog

Day 8 & 9: Carlsbad Caverns National Park

A travel blog entry by sschwaiger

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... going to start this entry backwards because after two days of intermittent showers my brain has gone soggy. We set off for the Carlsbad Caverns from our campground after Matt got the lowdown from a fellow camper or two at breakfast - all guided tours ...

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aka - "Carl is bad", New Mex

A travel blog entry by c_villa

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... you do if you live in Texas, but need to meet someone in New Mex, which time range do you use to schedule appointments??  Carlsbad doesn't really have anything to offer, that is why we dubbed it "Carl is bad", their one claim to fame are the Carlsbad ...

The Odyssey from Oxnard to Carlsbad Caverns, Carlsbad, United States travel blog

The Odyssey from Oxnard to Carlsbad Caverns

A travel blog entry by chictravelers2

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... in Juarez, so that made it worthwhile. We left El Paso Monday afternoon, and took a sort of side trip into New Mexico to Carlsbad. Neither of us had been to the Carlsbad Caverns before, so we decide to make the detour off Hwy I-10. The next morning ...

White Sands and Christmas Lights, Carlsbad, United States travel blog

White Sands and Christmas Lights

A travel blog entry by cdcass

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... the Pecos - a festive light display on the Pecos River, viewed only by boat.  It was fantastic.  The natives of Carlsbad really get into it.  The best part - the real meaning of Christmas got just as much airplay as the commercialism that ...

Slowing down a bit, Carlsbad, United States travel blog

Slowing down a bit

A travel blog entry by mother.ship

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... stretch of road that led to the small, sad town of Hope, NM (hopeless)...all boarded up. Eventually the 82 E. took us to Carlsbad.  We easily found the Pecos River RV Park where I had made our only reservation...it was easy to find because it was ...

Carlsbad Caverns, Carlsbad, United States travel blog

Carlsbad Caverns

A travel blog entry by usatour

Caverns were worth the 1000 mile ...

Great relaxing night in Carlsbad ..by Geet, Carlsbad, United States travel blog

Great relaxing night in Carlsbad ..by Geet

A travel blog entry by audisahni

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... to Karan's cousin as the studio was about to close. We all sat back in the car filled up the gas a started going towards Carlsbad which was around 2 hours away from universal. Kunal drove us till her house. As soon as we went there we were welcomed by ...

Legoland, Carlsbad, United States travel blog

Legoland

A travel blog entry by dmoar

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We arrived at Legoland to find millions of different things made from Lego. The first ride that we went on was called BIONICLE Blaster. It is a ride where you sit in a bowl and get spun around and around. To go faster you had a metal pole that was ...

Not so Bad Carl, Carlsbad, United States travel blog

Not so Bad Carl

A travel blog entry by kare1322

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... you would walk through an ampitheater to get into a cavern? Well the answer is there is something very special that happens in Carlsbad in the summer...Bats.  Every night just before dawn thousand upon thousand of them come swarming out to feed on ...

The Burros of Carrizozo, Carlsbad, United States travel blog

The Burros of Carrizozo

A travel blog entry by mjslonim

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... bad.  This has only happened once before in my life, when my brother Larry and I, on a camping trip through the Western United States taken in our twenties, cooked up some pancakes one morning that tasted like rubber.  I just kept eating them ...

A little town of weirdness...., Carlsbad Caverns National Park, United States travel blog

A little town of weirdness....

A travel blog entry by katie_garnham

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... some strange music.... as if he was summing the aliens to life..... all a bit strange if you ask me!! On then to Carlsbad Caverns.... this was "awesome".... you went into caves deep in the ground I guess.... you just kept walking and walking further into ...

Carlsbad Stopover, Carlsbad, United States travel blog

Carlsbad Stopover

A travel blog entry by stellarachaella

So after whale watching ended we made the short drive north to Carlsbad for a stopover. We arrived just in time for sunset. After a long day of whale watching and driving we decided that it was time for some pizza and beer. We found just the place to make ...

Albuquerque, El Paso, Carlsbad Caverns, Carlsbad Caverns National Park, United States travel blog

Albuquerque, El Paso, Carlsbad Caverns

A travel blog entry by 10sandy

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... the drive.  Along the way to Carlsbad, we pass the Guadalupe Mountain National Park.  Carlsbad facts:  This is the oldest cave in the States - there are 117 known caves including vast underground chambers.  Carlsbad Cavern's was formed ...

Calrsbad, Carlsbad, United States travel blog

Calrsbad

A travel blog entry by sepp

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In Santa Barbara war ich mal wieder aufer Suche nach nem Zeltplatz, als ich hinter all den Villen ein nettes Plaetzchen fand um mein Zelt aufzustellen. Gesagt getan, man fragt, betreibt ein bisschen Small talk, und steht schon im eigenen Schlafzimmer mit ...

Heaven and Earth in New Mexico, Carlsbad, United States travel blog

Heaven and Earth in New Mexico

A travel blog entry by cshilakes

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... For those of you who did not know, the Gadsden Purchase gave the southernmost 30 miles of New Mexico and Arizona to the United States in 1859, allowing a southern railway route to be established. We stayed at the Happy Trails B&B (Kirsten's ...

Driving down to San Diego, Carlsbad, United States travel blog

Driving down to San Diego

A travel blog entry by chezgra

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From our travels Cambodia and America are the only two countries that have something in common. Power cuts. Yes we woke today to a powercut and apparently these happen all the time in California just like Phomn Penn!! and here we were thinking we were ...

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