White's City Cavern Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWhite's City Cavern Inn Whites City
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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... and then headed back south the the caverns. The attraction at dusk is watching the bats take flight. We arrived plenty early and heard some great things about bats from the park ranger. I've never thought about bats very much but I'd say it transformed my somewhat leery attitude toward these little flying mammals. The picture of the bats in flight and the video are not ours, but they give you a pretty ...
... 8230;many of them. I was just waiting for some critter to jump out at her as she stuck her nose into them. The hikes were very easy, level ground, well groomed, back, neck and knees survived fine.
Well until the next day….
Now, off to Alamogorda, NM, White Sands National Monument. This was truly “INCREDIBLE”. Again in the middle of nowhere, we came upon these white banks of sand as we entered the White Sands ...
... wir uns, dort einen Stop einzulegen und in die Höhlen zu gehen.
Hier, am nördlichen Rand der Chihuahua -Wüste sind die
Carlsbad Caverns ( nach der Stadt Karlsbad benannt ) sind riesig, eine Halle nach der anderen in denen sich in den letzten 500 000 Jahre aus Tropfwasser die erstaunlichsten Formen um gebildet haben .
Wir campierten in einer Kuhweide ( Parker Ranch / BLM) nicht zu weit von den Höhlen und bewegten ...
... so affected by this experience of the mass exodus of bats because of the impact to four of the five senses (I guess you could make it five out of five if you didn't keep your mouth closed). Sight - you obviously see the swarm, Sound - the noise and screeching of the bats, Touch - you can feel the wind their flight creates, Smell - their pungent odor and the smell of guano - combined made this a top highlight of the ...