La Quinta Inn Las Cruces Mesilla Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Las Cruces
... from walking around New Orleans and now this, my poor feet are taking the brunt of this trip.
We arrived at the Best Western in Las Cruces, New Mexico. The hotel was very different in terms of décor from any of the other hotels we have stayed at. It was decorated with adobe style walls, stenciled flowers, and patterned textures. Although we gained an hour because of the time change, our bodies still had not caught up. We put on the TV and then fell ...
... rode Honda Goldwings well into their golden years. Eleanor came golfing with Norm, Liz and I one day and was a lot of fun. Bill was a retired pilot that always had a good story and flew a very cool kite on the beach. We hope to make it down to Big Fork to vist with them and play some golf next year.
Another couple, Jennifer and Tim, a couple of biologists from Las Cruces, New Mexco were fun to chat and joke with and were staying ...
... but lots of little ants had invaded the floor board and I didn't want them to climb up my legs. Brandon from AAA dropped us off in Memphis at a transmission shop and Justin White came and rescued us from there. We loaded his little car down with what needed to go home and made it safely to the house. The cats were happy to see us, I think. You know it is really hard to tell. I think they were more interested in whether we brought them a souvenir. Home, sweet, ...
... and Rt. 10 appeared to go through all of it. At one point we looked to our left and saw the Rio Grande with the border fence and Mexico on the other side. The quality of housing was much less than on the US side. To be so close to Mexico and all the negatives it invokes - drug cartels, illegals, etc. - brought out a chill in me. But many find there are positives and ...
... to get out and taste the sand to confirm that they are actually salt. They are. El Paso is a huge place. We hit it at rush hour and the traffic was heavy. Las Cruces is far enough away that it's a bit quieter. We found a good Mexican restaurant and had a great dinner. Tomorrow it's the White Sands NP and on to Sante ...