Best Western Pecos Inn
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Travel Blogs from Artesia
... 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 ...
... El Paso, then Tucson, and then who the heck knows..
We're having a great time, though. Every day is exhilarating, and no one has gotten punched, yelled at or insulted. Wow, it's sure great to travel with someone with an even temperament, organizational talent, loving spirit, and....(I hate to admit this)...occasionally funny, even though she's a Torgerson. But I take the prize for off key love songs, and world-class lip flapping.
Over and ...
... really good and respectfully quiet - although very tempted to just shout - to see what happened!!! Took us about 2 hour to explore and then we took the elevator up the 75 floors to the visitor centre. While exploring the kids completed their National Parks junior Ranger programmes and were then inducted as Junior National Rangers of Carlsbad Caverns !!! Rorke was most pleased with his ranger badge and told me he would wear it over his heart for the Rest of ...
Today we journeyed into the deep Carlsbad Caverns - 750 feet below the Earth's surface. Now you wanna talk about dark, these were some dark caverns. We opted for a tour of the Left Hand Caverns and it was a lantern tour. That means we went old school had had literal candle, hand-held lanterns.
It was a cheap tour (price-wise it was a priceless experience) $17 each person, and about 2 hours in length. The hiking itself was not ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility