BEST WESTERN Sally Port Inn & Suites
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Indoor pool
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... to our campsite at the Bottomless Lakes state park about 15 miles south. The campground is a cute little oasis in the middle of nowhere situated on a scenic lake. We decided to slow the pace a bit and plan to take tomorrow off from any sightseeing; we plan to travel the short distance to our campground in another state park near Carlsbad, NM so I probably won't have a blog tomorrow, but will be back online the following ...
... Tim Harris has Down syndrome has his own restaurant . The slogan is ' breakfast lunch and hugs' . 4 days ago Tim hugged Michelle Obama at the special Olympics . After breakfast we drive to Roswell. The story is that a UFO crashed here in 1947 , but that the story was covered up. We visit the UFO museum, it is a bit outdated but still pretty interesting ...
... paint and black lights, they created a walk through exhibit of the 'temporal vortex field of the Paisley-Horvak TVG9000.' What it lacked in coherent theme, it made up for with lots of black lights, spinning multicolored discs and, again, whirring noises. We all enjoyed it and thought it was worth the one dollar admission and five minutes of our lives...and the gift shop was good, too.
All in all, ...
... good laugh and headed into Roswell to find a place to stay. I got into Roswell and decided that I would stay at the Crane Motel again since it was clean and cheap, especially the cheap part! The guy at the counter must either have a photographic memory or be bored out of his mind because he remembered me and knew about my trip from our conversation when I was going south. I was impressed! He even upgraded my room to a slightly larger room and put me in ...
... would buy a tumbleweed!
Some of the towns I stopped in were pretty much on their way to becoming ghost towns with empty dilapidated buildings in abundance. A town named Vaughn, NM was a prime example. The town had a bunch of really old buildings that had obviously been decaying for quite some time. These buildings didn’t look like they would be standing much longer.
Well, looks like history repeats itself or my Karma with New ...