Econo Lodge West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and it did seem remote when there was just our car in the car park. When it is warmer and dryer this place can, by the look of it, get packed with people enjoying walks and sledding on the sand dunes or using the many picnic and BBQ areas that are set up. It also is a popular 'spring break' destination for US college kids and for that reason alcohol is banned from February to May each year - two reasons to avoid the sands during that time of ...
Seeing as we didn't have anywhere to travel to we planned to have a bit of a lay-in. Some of the other guests staying at our motel were up early for the balloon festival. We knew this because they made a racket at 4am!!!!
I woke about 7am (which is late compared to every other morning of this holiday) and pottered around getting ready. I went for brekki and them brought Mark back some fresh coffee and breakfast for him ...
... to the hotel. On to the next day.
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... br> The museum collection is from wealthy families that came to this area and collected things from their home countries and brought with them.
Outside there is a beautiful sculpture "garden" with works from Glenna Goodacre (Jill Goodacre and Harry Connick, Jr) and many others. This area has 63 works of art outside on the path surrounding the museum.
Unfortunately, no photography within the museum. So you will ...
... It did this off and on for pretty much the entire 3 weeks. We also took a 3 hour road trip down south to Alamogordo to visit White Sands National Park. These are miles of white sand dunes that basically formed over hundreds of year from blowing minerals that came from the water in the mountains from what I understood. The sand is so soft and white it is blinding. But it is not hot to the feet because the certain mineral it is made out of does not hold heat. So ...