Best Western Pecos Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... i finally managed to pull out to over take, the absolute ******* of a lorry driver will speed up, i pull back in and he slows down, drives you absolutely mental! Looking at the time and the map Katy just outside of Houston is probably our best best to stop for the night which is perfect as its where the mall is we want to go to tomorrow. Managed to get a Best Western again and the giy behind the till told us he was sorry they only had a double bed, we ...
... World Cup game on the car radio, but our road led through the mountains where we had no FM radio reception. AM radio didn't have football, but only talk about Jesus, the Supreme Court and "Mr." Obama. After 5.5 years, apparently they still cannot call him "President". Before the FM radio came back on, Lulu's iPhone had connection so we could watch the end of the game ...
... a full blown storm in the evening. Out Korean friend thought it was a tornado. I felt sorry for those cooking dinner as it was not the best conditions. They attempted to put up a gazebo but the wind was too strong and we all had to step in to hold it down and eventually put it away when everyone gave up. Added to this the lightning was amazing! Needless to say with nothing else to do it was an early night all ...
... what it looked lime and the formations on them were named pop corn which also what they looked like. Or the fungi that you can pop and smoke comes our or some sort of coral! Great to see and walking along the trail was an awesome experience. Spent a long time exploring the caves and we were so very happy that it was almost just us as a ranger told us that queues to get up or down often were to hours long. How dreadful that would have been. Drove from the caverns ...
This series of blogs is for my Aussie friends. Before things begin to feel normal here, I want to record what is most striking about moving back to the United States. Obviously this is specific to our experiences in Carlsbad, New Mexico, so if you live elsewhere in the United States, it may not be true to your experiences. I began this topic thinking everything could fit into one blog, but it's just too much to read all at once.
Food: I'm enjoying half ...