Atrium West Inn Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Atrium West Inn Hotel & Suites Fort Stockton
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Today we walked into the Carlsbad cave, which was pretty cold. We saw a lot of stalakmytes and formations. The guard said "please don't touch my formations". When we got to the bottom, the experience was kind of ruined, as you took an elevator up, and they had a gift shop along with toilets. Afterwards, we drove to fort Stockton. Here it was even more windy, so it took extra long, setting up the tents. When they were finally set up, we chilled at the pool, throwing frisbee in the ...
... in the steel building to the right provides power, water is collected when it rains or brought in by car, internet service, an outdoor compost toilet (no smell) and sun shower complete the place. It was cozy except the floor was not yet sealed and so it was dusty. A reply to my review mentioning this said he had to put another layer of adobe down and then seal it with linseed oil and is would be hard as ...
... driving at 80 mph, so I went crazy trying to capture one of the pumps.
Our stay in Fort Stockton has caused us to recommend bypassing a Quality Inn ( or at least that
Quality Inn) if possible. Just trust me.
Oh yes, Happiest of Hannukahs!!!
We ended or day in Fort Stockton with a delicious Mexican dinner at Alfredo's.
Tomorrow we will be in Deming, New Mexico. And I can say with certainty we will be!
... the sun set, we had a great view. The park had a conversation pit built around a fireplace for folks to gather, have a fire, and watch the sun go down. There was also a nice pool with beautiful landscaping. Oh, yeah, the price - $25! Yes, for $7 more we had a fantastic place to stay, everything worked as advertised, and I didn't feel like Jim would have to stay up all night with his gun out. We learned a big lesson - cheaper is definitely not better.............
... the way. Finally, we turned northwest on Interstate 10, heading for our first destination - Fort Stockton.
I've always thought of Ft. Stockton as one of those places where you only stop to get gas or go to the bathroom, but this time we'd be spending two nights there. Since Wendell had back surgery in late January, we didn't want to overdo the driving and felt we needed at least two nights at each stop for relaxation. I had ...