La Quinta Inn Las Cruces Mesilla Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Quinta Inn Las Cruces Mesilla Valley
Nice quiet hotel, clean and pet friendly. Second time in 10 years we have stayed here as we drove through to Arizona. Hotel staff is kind and friendly. Perfect stop for a good night's rest.
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So we started the long and tedious drive from San Antonio, TX to Las Cruces, NM. I have lots of friends that live in Texas, but I am sure they would agree when I say this section of I-10 is the longest and most desolate drive in the USA. There is NOTHING between San Antonio and El Paso. Not even much traffic. After about four hours I started to …
... leaves and killer stickers. At the top was beautiful orange flowers. Wish I had taken a picture. We got to las cruces by happy hour. Got out the chairs and our cocktail table and Fred and Frieda the flamingos. Our neighbor had a 90s airstream so the mother ship was happy. Went to dinner in the town of mesilla. Kent wants me to tell you that a young woman in the car next to us, rather than give us directions, had us follow her ...
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... far as you can see. We moved further down the road and it had been snowploughed because of the winds moving the dunes. This happens daily with the amenities and signs regularly being moved to accommodate the moving dunes. The dunes move at a rate of 30 feet a year. We spent around an hour at both stops and climbed some dunes where Andrew and I took some photos. Andrew was using his filters to capture the dark blue grey rain clouds in the distance. Chandra tells ...
... and in the clear.
First real stop was White Sands National monument which is the world's largest gypsum dune field. It was pretty darn cold out there as we wandered around and walked around the dunes enjoying the scenery. From here you could also hear the loud roar of a fighter jet looking aircraft doing circles around the mountains in the distance.
Next stop was the White ...