La Quinta Inn & Suites Hobbs
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OMG! These caverns are incredible! They are absolutely indescribably huge. We took the “natural entrance route” which is a mile long and descends 750 feet following steep and narrow trails through a tall humongous passage. This ended in “the big room” which is (I forgot how many football fields) big. Then the best part, we got an elevator ride back to the surface. The next day ...
This was quite funny, this place had been recommended to us so we decided to check it out after our Big Bend trip. We arrived at 3.45pm to find out the last cave entry was at 3.30pm so we couldn't go, we then drove to Roswell and found a camp just outside of town. When we looked at the iPhone later that afternoon we realised that ...
... even to me, and finally fun time watching Kentucky Derby at Tennis Racquet Club including Mint Juleps and delicious BBQ. Mostly great conversations with Liz, Texas born and raised with artistic side along with being warm and intelligent and Nick, petroleum attorney and business owner. Nick and Tom had lots to talk ...
... someone ask if we were okay. We were and looked at our watch it was 4:50 and then realized we were down there for over 3 hours. It was the 2 Rangers who do final sweep of the cave before locking up for the night and turning off the lights. Beautiful sunset at campsite while sipping a nice cold glass of white wine. The next day our adventures took us to Living Desert State Park filled with all the varied ...
... huge and wonderful. Great local Mexican restaurant dinner
suggested by Art Museum staffer. Decided to move onto state park on Sunday for 2 days. What an amazing view of desert rocks and huge sink hole Lea Lake. This is R&R for us to read, nap if wanted and take in glorious natural scenes. Onto Carlsbad Cavern on Tuesday ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking