White's City Cavern Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Dell'Urbe Rome
Other reviews have trashed this place but it is a nice little campground in the desert. It is $30 a night and has full hook-up and good Wi-Fi. The campground is on the road to the caverns which is 7 miles away.
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... gift shop are in front of you (naturally). Then, you walk down a path about a hundred yards through some low ceilings...maybe 20 feet and into The Big Room. That's when it hits you how large this cavern is. The room is over 30,000 square yards in total size. This figure seems a bit abstract but, using the analogy of football fields, the massive ...
... m supposed to get but I didn't care and didn't need it either. We ate our lunch on the bus and stopped literally around the corner at the sight of Fort Stockton. We had a couple of minutes before then stopping at a liquor store called "its 5 o'clock somewhere". We are getting into Fredericksburg at around 7.00-7.30 pm tonight and apparently there is buggar all there. So Chanda has called ahead and organised pizza, salad and one beer. She gave us the opportunity to buy more ...
... the car. Ah technology! Netherlands through on penalties, and Lulu shouting at Milo and Mark not to yell so loud.
In Carlsbad an excellent pool awaited us, and after dinner we went to Carlsbad Caverns to watch the nightly bat flight, when thousands of bats come out of their cave to drink and feed on bugs.
Tomorrow, we'll go into the cave, or caverns.
... with different colours. The audio guides described everything really well and we spent the time just saying, “Wow!”
We strolled back up to the surface to meet up with our ranger guide for the King’s Palace tour – we had considered not doing the tour as we were nearly “caved” to death, but are so glad we did. There were amazing formations everywhere and all equally fantastic: the ...