Hampton Inn & Suites Las Cruces I-25
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... an ice-blue, and the other a dark brown. He had a collar, but there were no tags. I tried to find his owners, but we just assumed that he was with one of the people at the rest area.
We stopped at Sonic for dinner. We were going to have Dairy Queen, but we are in love with the Nerd slushies. On our way to New Mexico, our surroundings were again pretty bare except for the sunset. We were driving towards the sun, and while it was glaring at first, it ...
... could have your trailer or truck washed and waxed for $1.50/foot. This was a terrific buy for the owners in that you could have your 40 foot motorhome washed and waxed by hand for a mere $60. It would take them 3-4 hours to complete the job with perhaps 5 guys working on it. The tragedy of this was that the workers only received 30% of the cost, ie. $18 split 5 ways. The other 70% went to the RV park owners for providing the wax and ...
... buckled it into the camper to keep it safe. The AAA driver was very nice. He had to come from Texarkana to get us. The truck they sent him in was a little road worn. AAA told us that there was room for 2 passengers but they didn't tell us that one of those passengers should have no legs. I sat in the middle of the tow truck front seat for 4 hours with my legs in Scott's lap so that I was not in the way of the gear shift. I could have put them part way on ...
... monkeys at Gibraltar.
Dan braved the elements to make some fine grilled steaks while Hilkka and Jo made a salad with cilantro (never had the combo before, but was awesome!), and asparagus, among other sides. Long conversations ensued, ranging from the US to China to Jo and her family's travels abroad. We had a great time all while Las Cruces enjoyed a good long rain.
Another long, windy drive today, through the seemingly-never-ending State of Texas, and finally, into New Mexico. The funniest thing seen along the drive was an official roadside sign for "Stonehenge", with a picture of Stonehenge on it! To say that I was confused by this is putting it mildly - had the ...