Hilton Carlsbad Oceanfront Resort & Spa
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Travel Blogs from Carlsbad
... to drive to Albuquerque, NM. Stopped to pick up beef jerky for Hunter, gas, & eats! Wanted to make it to Albuquerque in a timely manner so we didn't stop for attractions! Thursday we headed home! Almost 14 hours in the car through New Mexico, Arizona, & California. So great to be ...
... nothing here to obstruct any part of the extraction process. No residences bothered by the noise. No tree covered hills to impede water lines. No businesses interrupted by truck traffic. The expectation of operating similarly in Pennsylvania is unrealistic.
We pulled off at a gate to experience the vast nothingness of a ranch outside of Andrews, Texas. Jerry and the boys took a walk a little way through the field to explore a bluff. The wind ...
A Day at Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico
It was a beautiful sunny morning, about 70 degrees but extremely windy. We drove to Carlsbad Caverns through some incredible scenery, which took about 20 minutes. You'll see in the pictures that we climbed up to 4414 feet. When we got to the caverns, we took a self-guided tour through the Big Room. It was really something to see - our pictures don’t really do it justice because it’s so ...
... due to jet lag, which we're almost over but are still struggling with a little. Today though, we decided we'd had enough and needed to increase our activity level to ward off both the jet lag, and the colds that we've both succumbed to. (Ian's is much better. I'm valiantly trying to ignore mine). To that end, Ian found the Elfin Forest Recreational Reserve on one of our maps, did a quick bit of research (thanks to free wi-fi at Starbucks), and off we went. ...
... that really was too small for boating. This park gave you the feel that you were at the shore, very sandy and nice breeze but minus the water this year.
Brantley Lake State Park is also home to some "steer" as they are called out west. It was a very nice campground and if there had been water we would have had a niceview of the lake!
We toured the cave via the natural entrance trail during the day. The main cavern is big enough ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service