Desert West Motel and Restaurant
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
- Business Services
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We started out at 7:15 am since it's going to be another hot one. All day we saw freight trains rumbling by as they headed East - we must have seen at least a dozen loaded with railway cars possibly from the Port of LA or San Diego. We also passed through the Continental Divide. On the East side of Casa Grande we passed Picacho Peak. It was a spectacular mountain rising out of the middle of nowhere or so ...
When I left Colorado Springs it was overcast and foggy. I chose to take the interstate route toward Arizona. By the time I was in Pueblo the skies were clear and the temperature was rising to the 90's, I stopped inHatch to get some ...
Well I'm pretty sure in that journey we crossed into Mexico briefly! We were stopped at what looked like a toll booth and 2 border control guys got on and checked everyone's passports but other than that there was no sign that said 'welcome to Mexico' so who ...
Slept in a little this morning, and then enjoyed a nice breakfast at the hotel. Left and drove over to Pecos River in town where they have a nice riverwalk. Then gassed up, bought groceries and headed to Carlsbad Caverns. Thought the tour was pretty cool (in more ways than one). Opted for the self-guided tour where we walked down and took the elevator back up. Left and drove back into Texas to visit Guadalupe Mountains N.P. Encountered a bit of construction delay but really enjoyed ...
After driving through the largest city in Texas, Houston, and staying in the second largest, San Antonio, it was time to tackle the broad expanse towards New Mexico. We knew this was going to be one of our longest days but as it turned out we logged 712 miles. That was because the traffic was easy - except for El Paso where there was a collision that backed up traffic for several miles and construction that took everything to one lane - and Texas has an 80 ...