Motel 6 Las Cruces - Telshor

2120 Summit Court, Las Cruces, New Mexico, 88011, United States | 1 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Las Cruces

Day 37

A travel blog entry by 12gkids

... 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 ...

Texas Day 3 - West of the Pecos

A travel blog entry by 1krafty1


I finally crossed the west Texas border about noon today. I encountered a rain squall as I approached to Pecos mountains, but by the time I cross in to New Mexico, the sun was shining and the remainder of the drive was uneventful.
I arrived at my niece, Marissa, and nephew, David's home in Las Cruces about 1 in the afternoon. It was a wonderful time ...

Now in New Mexico

A travel blog entry by tdtingle


... delivery and more. The museum/ranch sits on 47 acres complete with a blacksmith giving a demonstration of how early nails were made.

I want to mention, we may not have any net connection for a few days, as we head into Texas and the Guadalupe Mountains National Park. We leave for there tomorrow. I believe we will have cell coverage, but won't know until we get there. Happy Mothers Day, to all you Mothers out ...

Packing my bags!

A travel blog entry by kimmilew


... We will travel from El Paso to Dallas, and from Dallas to Miami. We have to spend the night in Miami, and then the next morning we will fly to San Jose, the capital of Costa Rica. I am so excited for the next 6 weeks, and I am equally excited that I will be able to write this blog along the way and share stories and pictures of everything I am doing with anyone who wants to read it!

Until next time, when the real adventure begins!


Las Cruces, Si!

A travel blog entry by jilnmike


... The Native Americans didn't like that at all but were not able to eject the foreigners. Americans also showed interest in protecting the commerce in the area and established Fort Fillmore. Masilla became the fort's main source of supplies. Masilla became a sort of "no mans land" as both Mexico and the U.S. claimed the area.The Gadsden Purchase officially made the area a part of the U.S. in 1854.

The sun has set and we will rest comfortably ...


This 1 star hotel, located on 2120 Summit Court, Las Cruces, is near The Treasury (al-Khazna), Monastery (Al Dayr), Siq, and Sonoma Ranch Golf Course.
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