U.S. Travelers Inn & Suites
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... 0.0051 inches) a year. The quickest growing stalactites are those formed by fast-flowing water rich in calcium carbonate and carbon dioxide, these can grow at 3 mm (0.12 inches) per year.
...and some of these are over 50 feet tall !
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... so-called natural way. Hence, I have spontaniously decided to walk the natural way out which is much more exhausting than walking into it which is down. Well, you need to know that the cave is 250 m below ground. The elevator needs a minute to travel up or down. The time given to visit the cave was very limited, so I was a bit worried if I could make it up on time. The sign said it takes 1 hr to walk up. If so, then I would be too late ...
... make piles. Welcome to City of Rocks. Apparently the real story is that eons ago the area had an active volcano and the boulders are what are left of that great explosion. We were happy to arrive and the whole place had a kitschy kind of feel to it. We found a great mountain biking trail that wasn’t too scary which looped around the entire campground, we saw jackrabbits, desert tortoise and lots and lots of hopping/flying locust type critters called ...
... agreed by everyone one the van. Desperate for a nice cup of warm tea I ordered a sausage mcmuffin meal and tea. I couldn't wait for a good old brew so you could imagine my disappointment and face when I was handed a extra large ice tea.... Ice BLOODY tea... I mean who drinks cold tea?! Once breakfast was munched it was time for a 310 mile 5 hour drive to New Mexico and the Carlsbad caverns....hey gringo gimme me some ...
... to New Mexico, with a late night stop at an REI in Houston to buy Elijah some hiking pants and Tevas, and then an overnight at a rest stop near San Antonio, Texas. I would never have guessed that the hum of truck engines surrounding me would lull me to sleep. The second day we continued through the impossibly huge state of Texas where you often think, “Does this road ever end?”, past ridiculous numbers of oil fields, ...