Best Western Pecos Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... slow, but steady drive home. We’ve been on the road three weeks now and I figure, depending on weather, it will take us three more to get home. There are still a bunch of cool places to visit like Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, White Sands National Monument also in New Mexico, more Arizona deserts, maybe pass through Las Vegas on our way to Red Rock State Park, and hopefully a few days in Death Valley. Not a plan, just a sketch. I’ll let you know where we end ...
... left is now. The rest is in one straight line! Texas is the home of oil and armadillos. We learnt that when Texas wanted to be its own state the Government said they could as long as they managed and paid for their own land. Turns out the Government made a massive mistake in the early 1900's because Texas struck oil. We can see the pumps everywhere throughout our travels today. Chanda put on the Dallas music and some old Texan music to welcome us to the state. We ...
... been sharing a double bed in the back of the van the past couple weeks anyway so we werent to fussed. Get into the room and its two double beds, i think he was maybe apologising because it meant we had to pay more for this room than say two singles. By this time its 11pm and we are both starving, nearer place that is open is TGIs so thought we would go there, at least its kind of normal food compared to Del Taco or McDonalds. Before i have even sat down i am ...
... 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.
OMG! These caverns are incredible! They are absolutely indescribably huge. We took the “natural entrance route” which is a mile long and descends 750 feet following steep and narrow trails through a tall humongous passage. This ended in “the big room” which is (I forgot how many football fields) big. Then the best part, we got an elevator ride back to the surface. The next day ...