Hampton Inn & Suites Roswell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... of the event and the 'cover-up'. It was actually interesting to read through the exhibits and follow the divergent paths of logical explanations, debunking, wild speculation, conspiracy theories, eyewitness accounts, non-eyewitness accounts, third-hand stories, rumors, and then some really off the wall stuff. The museum also wanders into popular culture and sci-if as they present displays ...
We found the park exactly where the Droid said it would be. Our site, number 25 is the largest RV Site that I have ever encountered. It was at least a hundred feet in length and twenty feet wide. The photo will show you clearly. I only got four of them, photos, since we only spent one night there and then moved into Rowell. Anyway, check out http://www.flickr.com/photos/ralphieboy o/
The cowboys, back in ...
... of Las Cruces though, is the White Sands national park, which is an incredible change of landscape. One minute you're driving through rocky scrubland, the next you turn into the park and it's like being in a massive sandpit with the whitest sand you've ever seen - amazing, you do a double take at first as looks more like snow. The rest of the drive to Roswell was great with the scenery changing to wooded valleys.
... cookie and cream invention Emily had come up with that was delicious. At this rate I'm going to be paying for a 2nd seat home on the plane. It was a beautiful night a full moon and twinkling stars loving the great outdoors except for the bugs. I saw the biggest spider I have ever seen in my life and it gave me the creeps. After a few stories and laughs round the campfire it was time to retire to bed and prepare for the long day ahead in the morning Nighty night campers ...
... thing I will say about Carlsbad is that they know their politicians. I snapped a picture of a building that says City Hall on one side and bar on the other side. I guess they don't want their politicians to stumble too far. LOL.
On down the road past Artesia, NM where their claim to fame is this awesome looking bronze statue called "Trail Boss" smack dab in the middle of the road. If you miss this roadside attraction, you won't "miss it" ...