Days Inn Las Cruces
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... safer. On December 10,1954 Lt Col. Stapp voluntarily strapped himself to a rocket powered sled & reached speeds up to 632 miles in 5 seconds, withstanding 20G's. More impressive is he stopped in 1.4 seconds, but the force of the abrupt stop burst blood vessels in both eyes temporarily blinding him!!
There is a Museum & Missile Park open the the public but we decide ...
We left early this morning after a long night, it was quite difficult sleeping in the car, but it was worth it to save some money. Now we are arriving in Las Cruces and will be stopping for lunch. We ate at El Torito which was a pretty good mexican restaurant which costed only $25 for our meals. We have filled up the tank again for $28.70
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... I heaved my sleeping bag up to the top of a tall dune and layed down to watch the sun come up. Once it had risen and warmed, Brian called up to me that he found a lizard. I came to track it. He lost interest quickly, as is his way, and hiked back to carry the first load of stuff to the car. I, meanwhile, tracked the lizard for about 3 hours--not realizing I was laying in the scorching sun without sunscreen. I didn't burn too bad but by the time ...
Las Cruces, New Mexico ("City of Crosses") served a two-week home for us, while working on a Habitat For Humanity building project. Our good friend from the Peace Corps, Pam, happened to join us for the build, so we were able to enjoy some of the sights with her:
Historic Old Mesilla, NM is a suburb of Las Cruces. We enjoyed the weekly Farmers' and Crafters' Market and the ...
Woke up about 7:45 AM. We needed the rest after the long 17 hour day. Jumped in the vehicle and drove 45 minutes east to Benson, AZ which is the home of the Kartchner caverns. Pretty impressive formations inside that cave. Actually there were two to chose from but we chose the throne room with the "Kubla Khan" formation. Entry was a bout $45.00 for the two of ...