Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Raton
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Very clean and comfortable. They offer large breakfast in the morning AND soup and crackers in the evening. Our room was large, beds comfortable. Free access to 24/7 gym around the corner Good value for money.
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... br> right?” “Ah no, we have no snakes and only one spider which has
venom which may kill you. So camping is easy in New Zealand, no need
to worry about those or skunks etc...” “You have big old bears
though?” “No, we don't have bears either.” “So do you live in
like paradise or something?” I'm starting to think so!
From there we travelled further West ...
... family in a camper van that have no sense of being in nature. The park in practically empty and the park ranger assigned us a spot and shortly after, a noxious family. Usually we get to chose spots, but not here. Their music was blasting, kids screaming, mother shouting, dog barking... actually the dog seems to be the nicest member of the family! No chance of any animal friends getting close and visiting us with that racket! Except bunnies it seems that do ...
... town that we'd explored our last time in the Raton area, but we didn't explore nearly enough then - or this time either, for that matter. We've decided we might like to come back and spend several days exploring, once we get some more of the other "want-to-see" places off our travel list.
Trinidad is a town which used to be quite a bit bigger, but shrunk after the mines closed. The infrastructure downtown from its ...
... Montrose. We didn't get very far before a warning light came on in the car...it was an easy fix low tire pressure so in the rain the tires were pumped up and we continued. As we got higher up it looked like it was starting to snow. Then we got further and it was snowing...so our road trip turned snow trip. The first snow of the seasosn was cool but not what we were planning. It was a little late to turn back we had to drive and find somewhere safe. Michelle did an ...
... along the well beaten and wide dirt path. We snap a few photos from the distance for perspective. As you get closer, you notice not only the details of the cars, but the plethora of empty spray paint cans and lids strewn around the site (another part of the allure, but we wonder who cleans them up and how often).
There are probably 10-15 people at the cadillacs when we arrive. Some are admiring, and some ...