La Quinta Inn & Suites Roswell
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... only famous, for the alleged crash of a UFO close by in 1947. We visited the UFO museum which was a little disappointing and did not see any little green, grey or brown men with our own eyes. We did however see what may have been two UFOs hovering close to our hotel shortly before we went to the local cinema to see the Imitation Game starring Benedict Cummerbatch. What a good film, probably the highlight of the stay in Roswell!
The land of the UFO's! We looked around the international museum and it was very informative of what went on that day in 1947. A lot of conspiracies made for an entertaining couple of hours. Some photo’s show you the highlights. We then stopped for lunch while on the way to Carlsbad, before an exciting evening activity. I loved all the Alien information though and will be able to talk you through it when I’m back. ...
Woke up at 7.30am busting for the toilet, Sam wanted to continue sleeping as per usual & told me to squat outside the van. Considered it but decided that I was too old and sober, plus we were in a wide open space in the middle of the desert surrounded by Ranches. So hit the road with Sam sleeping soundly in the back. Watched the sun rise. Stopped at a gas station & grabbed a vanilla cappuccino, probably didn't contain any coffee ...
... Eventually Roswell, is it just the alien that supposedly was found close by in 1947 that made so many hotels decide to build here? There are loads, many of them fully booked which seems a bit weird but the Days Inn is fine. The travel guide that Evelyn gave us recommends a Mexican restaurant which we find and it is good (so are the margaritas) then a quick drink in the pub opposite the hotel before ...
... the front with me for some time, staring straight ahead at the vastness of it all. Even when we stopped for toilet breaks, he seemed slightly intimidated by the enormity of his surroundings and wasn't sure which direction to run in.
I arrived in Roswell just before nightfall, checked into a motel and went to Galactic Sushi for a take away. It was surprisingly good, sashimi cut and sushi rolled fresh in front of my eyes by the Japanese owner. I asked him ...