Fairfield Inn & Suites Carlsbad
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Travel Blogs from Carlsbad
... we walked which was a 250 meter drop and a 2km walk. Amazing how it went down and down and one could imagine what it would have been like for the first explorers who had no light, no hand rails and no knowledge of what awaited them. How brave some people are. The lighting was perfect. Just enough to allow you to see special features and to appreciate the size of the place. Biggest cave i have ever been into and to walk all that distance down and down made ...
... in both countries, but the names are completely different. In Australia we had tasty, tangy, and vintage. Here we have mild, medium, and sharp.
There is no Vegemite, and there is no lamb or meat-counter-prepared chicken schnitzel. I really miss the lamb, and I got schnitzel recipes from a dozen friends who always made their own, so we're better off there. I guess we'll have to live without the Vegemite and the lamb . . .
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... where allegedly a UFO landed and was then covered up by the US Airforce. It's a much larger town than what I thought having a population of over 50,000. It's historic "downtown" runs along Main Street and is the home of the UFO Research Center. The McDonalds even gets into the act. It was a fun experience. Our goal was to be at Carlsbad Caverns before sunset because that is when thousands of Brazilian ...
... took 2-3 hours for them all to come out (we hung around until it was too dark to see). All in all a thoroughly enjoyable day and I recommend the visit to all!! Time to get back to the tent with some supper on the way at a little Pizza Diner - Buffet for $5 and kids for $1 - great pizza at a ridiculous price. Lawrence Payne - you would have enjoyed this one!!!! Back to the campsite and straight to sleep - actually most of us were asleep well before we got ...
As you can imagine, America is pretty big. And therefore over the next couple of days we have to cover a fair bit of land. And today was the first. We travelled all day - from 9am to around 5pm to make it in time to Carlsbad Cavens. We had a few bus issues in the morning and therefore was on a tight timeline to get there in time. But it was well worth it! Made it to the cave. And it's the biggest cave I've ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility