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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... hour from Las Cruces, via Aquirre Camping Grounds and Baylor Pass for a view to the missile launching facility.
the gypsum sand dunes, out in the desert, are an incredible sight. Peter experienced that especially, as the glare was blinding. He didn't have sunglasses. Nelly and I had a few sled rides down the dunes and it was good fun!
We also hiked out to Dripping Springs. There was a resort there that dates back to the 1870s when it enjoyed quite ...
... 3/22/15 Singapore
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... far as you can see. We moved further down the road and it had been snowploughed because of the winds moving the dunes. This happens daily with the amenities and signs regularly being moved to accommodate the moving dunes. The dunes move at a rate of 30 feet a year. We spent around an hour at both stops and climbed some dunes where Andrew and I took some photos. Andrew was using his filters to capture the dark blue grey rain clouds in the distance. Chandra tells ...
... museum. This is the missile range where they detonated the first atomic bomb.
We finally lost all our energy by Las Cruces and pulled over at a Burger Time diner for donuts & coffee and to book our hotel. Later we cruised to La Posta Mexican restaurant which had some of the most ridiculously spicy salsa I have ever had...and this was just the standard one they gave to every table.
... We both would consider this a "must see" destination.
After the caverns, we headed back south and then west toward El Paso across a 100 mile stretch of sandy windy nothingness, ultimately reaching Las Cruces, NM and our campsite at Leasburg State Park ($14 for water/electric/showers and beautiful sunset views).