Hampton Inn & Suites Roswell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... s and other fast food joints seemed to be the places to eat. It did however seem that our Subway sandwiches had more fresh veggies on board than were sold in the nearby Walmart - we were genuinely shocked by the racks of processed food on sale but absolutely no real fresh food being available.
Having crossed into New Mexico after over 400 miles of driving we changed time zones to GMT-7 (Mountain Standard Time) and paid a ...
... Luke had the fire roaring. Loving camp life. I thought it would be a good idea to write all of our names on some stones and place them round the campfire a cute little reminder for those next camping on our pitch who was here before them :) Dinner consisted of tacos and tortillas provided by Ros and Zoe. Absolutely delicious and very Mexican appropriate. After dinner, Joe and Betina had to wash up and then it was time for a chill out round the campfire with a beer ...
Great trip across west Texas. Traveling across Texas is the best, lots of wide two lane roads with 75 mph limits and 80 mph limits on parts of I-10 and very few cars to get in my way. Florida needs to get with the program. West Texas has thousands of oil wells sitting in the middle of ...
... Spanish with lots of interesting looking shops, trouble is it's snowing! We ring a few hotels but close to this part of town they are REALLY expensive and we can't walk too far in this weather as we've no winter stuff with us - I realised yesterday that I left my only coat at Neal's - so decide to carry on to Roswell. The flattest land so far, just mile after mile of flat dry grassland with very ...
I make an early start for Roswell because it's a 6-hour, 380-mile drive away and, frankly, I can't wait to get out of Wichita Falls.
It really is amazing how big and empty the state of Texas is. If I didn't know any better (or didn't have Google Maps to make sure), I could easily believe I am in Saudi Arabia. Not that I've ever been there, but it's what I imagine some of it to look like.
The road to Roswell was a long but therapeutic one. Oscar ...