Atrium West Inn Hotel & Suites
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... tour down in the Big Room. To get down to the big room, you can walk down through the "natural entrance" which is a steep 1 mile trail through various switchbacks. The other alternative is taking an elevator down 750 ft down. Guess which route we chose? Yes, of course the natural entrance! We could also choose to buy additional tickets for a ranger guided tour into other parts of the cavern, but we decided not to do that because a walk down to the big room was ...
... a couple of patches on my vest. Facebook is going nuts lol. To add to the excitement, I got to see the map at home during a facetime call yesterday with Connie, Wow, Lachlan and Maddie are doing an awesome job of cataloging my trip across the USA, Wow. Loving my family and my life.
I can't wait to roll into the hotel in San Antonio tomorrow. Bring It On ...
Because the park is so big, we learned that we needed at least 3 days to see the whole thing, and we hadn't planned for that. The park map shows a whole lotta primitive camping (with a yucca to hang your stuff on :) and roads accessible by 4 wheel drive only. It offers desert (of course!) mountains and river.
This was a quick stop and we are going to be moving on tomorrow.
More to follow ...
... for his service and toasted him appropriately, as it was Veteran's Day.
Woke around 7 am on Wednesday, I booked a hotel at Days Inn in Fort Stockton, TX, which was about 300 miles from Las Cruces. There are no AirBnB's options along I-10, between New Mexico and Austin. I was ripped off and forced to pay $111.00 bucks to stay at the Days Inn. There were several other hotels in Fort Stockton. I spent a half hour reading reviews on ...
... br> Just after crossing into NM we saw the most interesting red sand dunes you could ever see. The closest comparison I could think of are red plums. What an amazing sight. Of course I missed the pic opportunity.
Tonight’s sunset was at the beginning of a storm. The further north we went we realized we were traveling with the storm and we were both heading for ...