Best Western Pecos Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... walk down into the cave. At the entrance we saw some bats flying out of the large opening into the cave. [At night there is a massive exit of the bats that people say is worth the experience, but our reservations for the evening were a distance away.] We began the 750 ft descent into the ...
... words and were out, one after another. Soon it was down to the final two spellers--the same two as at the school bee. They went round after round again, ending with the same result as before. Liam was elated. The two kids were interviewed and their photograph appeared in the local newspaper. Panegyric.
Suddenly, there was a new interest in studying. Liam had a plan, and he was confident that he would win the regional bee ...
... I highly recommend a trip here if you are able. You won't be disappointed.
We spent about 2 1/2 hours inside the cavern and did not see all that it has to offer. There are other, guided, tours that take you to areas that are not available to view on the self guided tours.
After leaving the caverns we headed back toward the KOA. Once again we left Harley to fend for himself in the motor home and just as he did a few days ago, he ...
... long day on the road. Thanks for staying with us. We hope you'll come back & visit us soon."
The campground has spaces for RVs, tents, and also has several cabins. There is a pool, Koi pond, various outdoor sports, as well as several places to sit and enjoy the grounds. They also offer barbeque meats that they smoke here daily. They offer free delivery to your camp spot, too.
We ended the day with a beautiful sunset.
... lantern light tour of a small, undeveloped cave. The last time I was at Carlsbad I also did the Lower Cave tour on which you descend, via ropes and ladders, another 200 feet down from the big cave. Really cool.
We also were able to see the evening Bat Flight. A must see! Thousands of Mexican Freetail bats, their body no bigger than your big thumb, come pouring out of the cave entrance into the sky around sunset. They swoop and gather, undulating like a ...