Hampton Inn & Suites Carlsbad
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Travel Blogs from Carlsbad
... So by the time we got to the entrance of the park, it ended up being where we should have come out. Rats. We all agreed to just continue south without seeing the Forest. Next time.
The roads towards Carlsbad were a combination of bumpy, straight, hilly, curvy, flat, scenic and not so scenic.
As we got closer to Roswell, NM, and talking to Wendi thru the helmet device, I started hearing a digital sound like ...
... from volcanic ash (volcano eruption 35 million years ago 1000 times greater than Mt. St. Helens).
So formations many that you start to imagine what they resemble. Like a huge jackrabbit, man and women holding a child,dogs, fox, and on and on… As you tour up the rock trails you will find many ancient work areas with grinding stones, arches & bellies in the stone for sleeping and holes for cooking, which Mazy had to ...
... strange to go down there; I followed GŁnter as he disappeared behind the many turns, trying not to lose the faint light from his headlamp ahead of me. If you sit in a cave, turn the lamps off and don't make a sound, it is so totally dark and quiet – hard to put into words.
Forget all the wellness retreats where you get kneaded, stretched, heated and cooled, just lock the poor stressed people down into a cave and turn the lights ...
Driving to Carlsbad. On the way we stooped in Roswell, where we made some aliens had out of foil. Apart from Jaq, Sean and me, people was Boeing and did not wear the hats..... We walked around the museum which was actually pretty interesting. When we arrived at the campsite, it had gotten very windy. It took ages to set up tents. Relaxing by the pool, doing laundry. It was Carries birthday, games night. We saw some football ...
... amphitheater was just above the mouth of the cave so that we could see the bats once they came out and get a good view of them against the sky. We were in our seats by 7 and the ranger answered questions instead if doing the program as the bats have been so early. By 7:20 the first bats emerged in groups of hundreds. They flew out of the cave, flew around in a big funnel shape in front of the cave and then broke off to rise into the sky in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility