Hampton Inn Alamogordo

Address: 1295 Hamilton Road, Alamogordo, New Mexico, 88310, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1295 Hamilton Road, Alamogordo, is near New Mexico Museum of Space History, Lincoln National Forest, and Alameda Park Zoo.
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      Enter Sandman (and women)

      A travel blog entry by aprilshirish on Dec 03, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... Caverns as well, where it formed as a byproduct of the reaction between limestone and sulphuric acid. Because of its unique physico-chemical properties, gypsum sand doesn't heat up in the sun. It does, however, reflect it very efficiently, necessitating sunscreen even beneath one's chin and earlobes. Go figure.

      Sledding down the dunes is so popular that you can borrow plastic disks and wax (to maximize velocity) from the hotels themselves. In addition to the obvious fun ...

      There's a little nut in us all!

      A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Sep 04, 2014

      13 photos

      ... all of the recipes of the flavored pistachios and are the only pistachio grove in NM that fully processes nuts on site.

      The nut does not open when roasted, but on the tree before they are harvested. The nuts grow in bunches and are harvested by a mechanical shaker and the nuts fall into big trailers, by the time we were finished with the tour, they were apparently finished with harvesting for the day. The main US producer is in the Simi Valley ...

      Flo-ree-da not to be confused with Flo-reye-da

      A travel blog entry by bharvey on Oct 15, 2013

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... and land on their belly or back or head. I even watched one that hopped headfirst into a rock. Some were mating and many had been squashed by car or human foot.

      Las Cruces was next. Crossed the Rio Grande which was not impressive at all. In fact, Denis was convinced I had been mistaken. Not me-- okay, well, I did lose Birmingham once but my map-reading has improved I think.

      From Las Cruces ...

      Oliver Lee Memorial State Park/Drive West on 82

      A travel blog entry by gsnakehill on Mar 30, 2013

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... up a whole park of townspeople and workers next to an oil well working. They were stunning and I could not get any pictures because we did not find any place to park the RV. The town is a big snowbird place in the winter and it seems to have everything. One can find shops, restaurants, gas and heading west a ski area about 90 miles west through. It was much cooler here than after we drove through the mountains and down to Alamogordo. ...

      One Big Bad Basin

      A travel blog entry by steppingout on Feb 13, 2013

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... the world's largest gypsum dune field. Located in the Tularosa Basin and surrounded by the San Andres and Sacramento mountain ranges, this rare type of sand has formed 275 square miles of four types of dunes. Gypsum sand came from crystalline selenite, which then was broken down by water, wind and tumbling to form fine granules of white, soft sand. The reptiles and mammals living here have evolved to blend in with the ...