Fairfield Inn Las Cruces
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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 ...
... to be shared. It’s not. Luckily, if you take the meal home, heat it properly and put some good salsa on it, it improves by 100%!
We have an appointment in Tucson, Arizona to get some maintenance on the old RV, so we pack up and bid the City of Crosses a fond farewell. We hear that Tucson has some really great southwestern cuisine. We are ready for that!
Enjoy the ride – I did – These New Mexico roads are much smoother than Texas!
... 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 ...
Good news-- I have an appt with an AZ district that shall remain unnamed ;) this Thursday morning. Hopefully they'll buy my pitch and I'll be able to start dissertation research soon!
Bad news (that's still good news)-- I've had an amazing trip... that's been so amazing I've given up on this blog. I've kept up the ...
... 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.