La Quinta Inn Las Cruces Mesilla Valley
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More miles today, 309.
First stop today was Roswell. Stopped by the Visitor Center and a couple of Alien visitors tried to take me away. But I escaped and went next door to the Roswell Museum and Art Center. They have recreated Dr. Robert Goddard's early laboratory. You know him don't you? The father of rockets. But the main reason I went …
... cooked outside over an open flame, yummy!! Plus coconut creme cake for dessert. Extra bonus of this RV park, as we look out the front of the coach there is a horse ranch, where they practice roping cattle, and there just happens to be a 2 day old colt, still a little wobbly, just ...
The ride was short from Tucson to Las Cruces (about 4 hours) but the weather sucked. It was cold, rainy and dreary. At times it was raining so hard it was hard for me to drive. The entire time I was thinking about this trip never did I think I'd hit rain in the southwest. I figured clear blue skies until Arkansas. I was totally wrong. At times I was going to go postal on this route today! The truck has an old ****** radio with missing knobs, a CD player that ...
... elevator back up. It's about 800 feet of elevation loss from the entrance to the lower caverns, and the walkway is pretty nice so not a huge burden on two sets of sore calves.
Said again....the caverns are spectacular! Pictures can't do it justice, nor can verbal descriptions. The size of some of the "rooms" are ...
... for 6 weeks, it's a bit overwhelming I must say. I hope I packed enough clothes, I hope I didnt forget anyhthing, and I hope I am prepared for 60% chance of rain everyday, haha, because I am sure not used to that in New Mexico. I am excited to meet the people and enjoy the landscape in Costa Rica! Bye now! I will be in touch from a different part of the world ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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