Days Inn Las Cruces
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to meet us for a very happy reunion!
Jim drove us to look across the border to Mexico and then to the historic section near Las Cruces called Old Mesilla, once a camping area for Indians and Conquistadors, an overnight stop for the stagecoach, and site for homes for white settlers, gathered there around the plaza as protection against Indian raids. It sounds very Wild West and BillyThe Kid was said to be seen in bars and at dances. Nelly and Jim's photo ...
... and not rolled. Well, I hate to say it, I wish I ate at Anita’s rather than the places in New Mexico we had dinner. There appears to be some kind of unwritten rule that the cheese in the stacks or rolls of an enchilada must not really be melted. Just barely warm and still clearly shredded and awaiting some heat. Also, their precious Green Chili Sauce must be worth more than gold for they ladle a tablespoon on an entire meal as if the precious flavor is ...
... 15 Las Cruces - El Paso - Dallas
Fri, 3/13/15 (Day lost crossing the Pacific on Am Airlines)
Sat, 3/14/15 Tokyo, Japan
Sun, 3/15/15 Tokyo, Japan
Mon, 3/16/15 ...
... behind me, we reached Las Cruces around 4am Mountain Standard time. The arrival to the city limits was a beautiful site as the city sits in the base of Mesilla Valley, so as we traveled over the edge of a hill going down into the valley the 3/4 moon was gracefully hanging high in the sky over the city lights laid out directly in front of us.
We checked into the TownePlace Suites on Telshor Court in Las Cruces and immediately crashed out.
... dating back to the 1850's. One restaurant was celebrating its 75th anniversary, but in its earlier days boasted of hosting the infamous Billy The Kid! We've included some photos of The Basilica of San Albino, which was originally built in 1855. After several renovations, though, it lost much of its Mexican influence in structure and design.
We've included several photos taken of the ...