Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Carlsbad
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Very Clean, Great Breakfast, Very pricey.
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... 8217;s" because of their bright yellow stripe down their bodies, red wings and green accents. We explored the rocks and visited the “Botanical Garden” created and hopefully maintained by the local high school. The sunsets were incredible – the most saturated deeply hued ones I have seen in a very, very long time. Some of the boulders had “unique” characteristics that made Alan and I compare them to certain body parts. See if ...
... spaces and small towns that didn't really make it. Not a lot going on in this section of west Texas.
Day 340 - (4/5) Today we take a 2 1/2 hour drive to the Carlsbad Caverns in Carlsbad, NM. It was an amazing place, well worth the drive. Along the way to Carlsbad, we pass the Guadalupe Mountain National Park.
Carlsbad facts: This is the oldest cave in the States - there are 117 known caves including vast underground ...
... but stayed overnight in a town called Carlsbad, about an hour from Austin. Over prized motels lined the interstate coming into town but after about five visits to less than desirable/over priced places we came to a motel called Great Western which was ok and better priced at about $120 for the two rooms. Shopped at a not so good super market and had a family dinner in our room. Prices here higher too and when John put the wine and beer in front of the cashier he was ...
Driving to Carlsbad. On the way we stooped in Roswell, where we made some aliens had out of foil. Apart from Jaq, Sean and me, people was Boeing and did not wear the hats..... We walked around the museum which was actually pretty interesting. When we arrived at the campsite, it had gotten very windy. It took ages to set up tents. Relaxing by the pool, doing laundry. It was Carries birthday, games night. We saw some football ...
... amphitheater was just above the mouth of the cave so that we could see the bats once they came out and get a good view of them against the sky. We were in our seats by 7 and the ranger answered questions instead if doing the program as the bats have been so early. By 7:20 the first bats emerged in groups of hundreds. They flew out of the cave, flew around in a big funnel shape in front of the cave and then broke off to rise into the sky in ...