Hampton Inn & Suites Las Cruces I-25
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... love traveling and I am sure we will be doing it again.
My sister Ramona picked us up at the El Paso airport and it was like we never left. The only difference was the heat. Yep, the temp as we went to pick up my Jeep was 100 F. ...
Our month on the beach in Mexico has come to an end but it was filled with fun and excitement and new friends were made. We have made our way east down I-10 and are currently in Houston, Texas.
We had a good time with Norm, eating, drinking, joking around and a bit more drinking. We managed to get some golf in and the excitement of the shootings all made for great stories. We purchased a whole lot of jewelery from our new vendor ...
... Park, 20 miles North of Tucson) to Leasburg Dam State Park was relatively uneventful as we drove East into New Mexico. As we approached Las Cruces, Miss Garmin directed us up a secondary highway, and then instructed us to turn on to a dirt road where we were stopped by a locked gate. A sign on the gate read, "Leasburg Dam State Park Wilderness Area". It then instructed us to call the park office for further ...
We will never again drive I-10 from San Antonio to El Paso. Whew, what a desolate, wind-swept highway! Around every bend, nothing but scrubby desert as far as the eye can see. And a lot of that was accompanied by high winds. Once, a very strong punch was gusted directly into the side of our overworked motorhome and Mike was forced to slow way down in order to maintain control. ...
... and it is such a amazing setting. I wish I could have a patio like this! This morning, we awoke early and left Albuquerque to drive down to Las Cruces. Our main purpose to go to Hatch, NM because this is where the famous Hatch chilies are grown. We could have gotten them in Albuquerque, but we wanted to see the fields. What we saw the most of was pecan trees. Thousands and ...