Hampton Inn & Suites Roswell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... like they were having great fun.
When we left, we found, quite by accident and a helpful NMDOT employee that the entirety of highway was now closed. The had taken up the entire asphalt surface, for several miles, and hauled it away. We were diverted to a small town, Dexter, about 30 miles out of our way, to get back into Roswell. It's near the famous Pecos River.
Now, we're at the Red Roof RV Park just ...
... little place, not loads going on, but we couldn't resist popping in for some alien photos and whilst we were in the area. We went along to the alien museum to find out all about "the incident" as the locals see it which was good fun - although you do overhear some funny conversations in there, amazing how seriously some people take it. Anyway, we seem to have navigated our way through the state without being beamed up, so all good!!!
... unlike the Grand Canyon you can drive down to the bottom where there are lots of bike, hike & horse trails and at last it is WARM. we listen to a video in the tourist office telling how the canyon was so hidden that the local Comanche Indians could hide from the soldiers hunting them. Also the lodge and several cabins and the actual road were all built by CCC (civilian conservation corps) workers in the 30s, these were unmarried, unemployed ...
... recommend it. Dinner omg dinner was fantastic, we ate at the cattle barron steakhouse ( next to our hotel) satira and tawney absolutly smashed their steak, I tried to eat at a more dignified pace. I lasted about 2 mins. We are headed to canyon in texas tomorrow. We are leaving behind our mark in roswell though, during a visit to an art gallery today the kids drew pictures that the lady loved so much she stuck on the ...
... out of there. I left Texas and got into New Mexico fairly early in the day. I had to remind myself that only Texas has the 85 mph speed limit! So, I'm in New Mexico and pass the traditional "Welcome to New Mexico" sign and notice it is full of bullet holes. I’m starting to wonder just how serious New Mexico is about this whole welcome thing! I’m sitting there thinking of my two vehicle instances in New Mexico; the one from my twenties ...