U.S. Travelers Inn & Suites

2429 W Pierce St, Carlsbad, New Mexico, 88220, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2429 W Pierce St, Carlsbad, is near Living Desert Zoo and Gardens State Park, Carlsbad Museum and Art Center, Pecos River Flume, and Lake Carlsbad Golf Course.
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    Travel Blogs from Carlsbad


    A travel blog entry by mattydc1 on Sep 05, 2014

    4 photos

    ... would've crumpled under this flash flood and but the new one powered through and got us to our destination. Everyone here is so religious so I'm sure if we got stuck, Moses or Noah would've came to our rescue. We are getting pretty bloody good at reading maps now, few blips here and there but nothing major. Could see a new career here. A map reader? Or some ****. Anyone need a map read? Up early the ...

    A day deep underground.

    A travel blog entry by sidsnow on Jun 19, 2014

    1 comment, 32 photos

    The caverns are a constant 56 degrees. We started at the walk in entrance, then walked the 1.5 miles down to the main chamber. The main chamber is 14 football fields long, and 100 feet to 200 ft wide. It is impressive. We took 5 hours for the our self guided audio tape tour.


    Carlsbad Caverns National Park

    A travel blog entry by laurenross on May 15, 2014

    3 photos

    ... crossed into New Mexico we had a time difference, 1 hour behind. This meant we actually got to the caves at 2.45pm so we had plenty of time to see them! We had a good laugh about it and ended up back here a month later so we did get to see these beautiful caverns in the end. They were so big it look us 1 1/2 hours to walk through ...

    Albuquerque, El Paso, Carlsbad Caverns

    A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Mar 30, 2014

    2 comments, 37 photos

    ... Cavern's was formed 20 M years ago when tectonic activity forced gigantic limestone reef to rise from inland sea - sulfuric acid over time ate away the rock creating caves and passageways. Next the water intruded and left mineral deposits on the walls, floors and ceilings. This resulted in the stalactites and stalagmites. in 1923 Calvin Coolidge declared the caverns a National Monument and in 1930 a National Park.

    Enjoy the trip!

    Autumn Desert Blooms

    A travel blog entry by melindam on Oct 28, 2013

    45 photos

    ... an eastern exposure and springs high on its slopes. Andy and Liam even found a patch of native squash. The squash is small, round, with darker and lighter green stripes. They left most for the birds and wildlife, but they collected a couple each so they could plant the seeds in our garden next spring.
    I'm very happy to report that we didn't hear or see any rattlesnakes. The area around Carlsbad used to be known as Rattlesnake Flats for the vast number of snakes.