Hampton Inn & Suites Carlsbad
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it, absolutely brilliant.Known as the bat cave as at night they have a bat show were all the bats fly out all together would be awesome to watch. Walking down through the caves it was like what I imagine walking though the emerald city would be like absolutely magical. Dim lights and steep paths it was like entering a whole new world absolutely breath taking and one of natures wonders. 800ft later and 3 miles deep in the Cavern ...
... see" to any bucket list you may or may not have. Matt wanted to spend most of the time out of his wheel chair walking the trails. We were slow, but the 52 deg temp was a welcomed cool change and we enjoyed the caves going very slow.
Once the cave hike was done, we collected Ricky from the kennel, none the worse for the wear and headed off toward White Sands. I'll pick up that story with a new blog entry.
... getting shorter and spread further apart. The desert landscape was also become more evident with sand being more common. Besides those changes we also began seeing oil drills here and there. We arrived in Carlsbad and immediately went to Walmart to do some food shopping and then went to camp to set up. This campsites didn't have much greenery around but luckily there was just enough grass or dead grass to lay our tents over. I got onto much laundry as it was getting ...
... we stopped at Carlsbad caverns. All the challenging tours were booked. But we got to visit the whole cave which is ridiculously huge. Kids visited a lot of caves so they were kind of bored. None the less it is definitely worth visiting. There is a lift to get back us up which is very cool.
Kids got to complete Junior Ranger program there an added bonus. That gets us to the end of the trip.
... After taking the elevator down, down 750 feet to the entry level for the caverns, we really enjoyed the tour of Kings Palace, with a Ranger. She wasn't the best, but we enjoyed the commentary. Then, decided to do the Big Room walk. Kind of redundant after awhile, but still something we wanted to see. Cold, temperature was 19 when we went inside, but 53 in the cavern. Felt like a heat wave. After the tour, back in the car 25 miles north ...