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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Roswell
Comfortable room, looks like a nice selection of breakfast foods for the complimentary breakfast tomorrow morning.
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... br> But, after a little bit of a nap, I ventured out to "Big D's Downtown Dive" where I cast aside the constraints of "just a salad for me, please" and ordered Wontons stuffed with cheese, a cripsy pork belly sandwich and a bucket of sweet potato fries washed down with unsweetened iced tea. The Wontons were great but the pork sandwich was superb.
Tomorrow, the UFO museum and the Anderson Art Museum.
... stay in Roswell was fun and we enjoyed all of its personalities. The kind woman working the breakfast buffet at the hotel doted on the kids and even went back into the kitchen and found some free sunglasses and antennae left over from the UFO festival for the kids. She was the perfect Roswell ambassador for some weary travelers who came in peace.
Gort! Klaatu barada nikto
... a few Zs on the way. The weather improved and we got to see the sun a bit. We had a bit less than an hour before we met Adonis, our tour guide for the King's Palace Tour. The tour group was very large...too large in my opinion. We were a bit back of center and missed a lot of what he said between stops. The beauty is amazing as you can attest if you've ever been here. The photos at http://www.flickr.com/photos/ralphieboy o/. ...
... where the rooms on either side of me were empty and it was quiet. I unpacked the bike and decided I would go into town and start this whole tourist thing.
First order of business has to be the UFO Museum, of course. I am the eternal skeptic, and I don't apologize for it. While I am open to possibilities, I demand real proof. Here’s an example; I believe that there must be life somewhere on another planet for a simple reason. I think ...
... not fulfilled just yet. I make a turn down a road which I think leads to Roswell just because. I figure I am in no hurry and the towns can’t be too far apart. Well, I was wrong because I just got onto a desolate stretch of road with nothing for miles and miles. Is this all starting to sound familiar? Traveling down a road that goes and goes with nothing around and in New Mexico? I get quite a bit down the road and see a sign with the miles to the ...