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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmericas Best Value Inn Las Cruces
Big Chili Inn. Cool place. We had to delay our arrival by a day. The manager did it, even though we missed the deadline. Cheap, very clean (my wife is impressed, even wanted to stay an extra day). Just good folks running it. Plus, the Big Chili (see picture below) is fiber-reinforced shotcrete. How cool is that? Would definitely stay here again.
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Today, we drove over to Las Cruces, NM from Tucson. We are continually amazed at the wide open spaces we have seen on this trip. Once you leave Tucson, there are only a few towns in the 4 hour trip to Las Cruces. Benson, AZ (McD's for iced tea), Willcox for lunch and gas, so many NUT farms for miles and miles along I-10 near Bowie (pecans, walnuts …
... in Las Cruces.
Taking it easy... ..
Common sage that grows wild in the Southwest.
. This is a typical winter scene around our area. We do get snow sometimes.... Usually a dusting of the white stuff once a year!
... 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.
... in and out at their locations. A second frustration is that our laptop is getting pretty much out of date, and flaky (documents just simply disappear with maddening frequency). Finally, the author of this blog is also getting much out of date (and perhaps flaky too). So bear with me as I am trying to include some of the pictures we are taking as we travel.
Our trip from Tucson, AZ, (actually starting at ...
... and completely blocking the road. Cars began wondering what we were doing, so Mike tried one more time to start the engine and it sputtered and gasped and then fired up. We immediately drove it into the campground, breathed a big sigh of relief and popped the tops off a couple beers ( Shiner Bohemian Black Lager from Texas) and relaxed! Tomorrow, on to Albuquerque and Sante ...