Holiday Inn Express & Suites Las Cruces North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Beautiful sunrise in Las Cruces, heading for Picacho AZ. Two nights here. Not much to see along the route, lots of scrub, sand & cattle stockyards. Really nice KOA here in Picacho, has a nice cafe on the property, Frankie's Chuckwagon Steakhouse, dinner tonight was a porterhouse for ...
... few pictures of the square and of La Posta, a great Mexican restaurant that has been here since 1939. The La Posta once housed the Butterfield Stage office, an inn and hotel, and a black smith shop. The building has sheltered Billy the Kid, Kit Carson, Gen Douglas MacArthur and Pancho Villa.
After 1800, the vicinity of Mesilla was a camping and foraging spot for both Spaniards and Mexicans. It wasn't until after the treaty ...
... Room I recommend to stay at Drury Inn & Suites - Las Cruces, NM, and if your there on a weekend take a little time and go to the Stock Car Races If you don't like a lot of iron in your diet, don't sit too close to the front row! If that is not your cup of tea, there is plenty more to do like the historical landmark museum. Either way, you will enjoy your stay. Written By Randy L. ...
... suit our family well since we are all picky eaters! We ended the day visiting with him at his house and starting up a virtual chess game. Waiting to see the outcome as I have only beat him at chess a few times and only recently!
I hope to be back through Las Cruces soon so I can visit him again! But until then, I hope that we can continue playing our Chess games.
- A cool Eagar morning.
- A New Mexico driving day.
- For us, Las Cruces had some hits and misses.
One thing that I didn't realize driving to Eagar yesterday from Moab was the change in elevation we would make throughout the day; Moab sits at about 4000’ but heading essentially due south on Hwy 191 through the Indian reservation we were climbing ...