Quality Inn & Suites

Address: 1020 S White Sands Blvd, Alamogordo, New Mexico, 88310, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1020 S White Sands Blvd, Alamogordo, is near New Mexico Museum of Space History, Lincoln National Forest, and Alameda Park Zoo.
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    Travel Blogs from Alamogordo

    Billy the Kid country

    A travel blog entry by tom1100 on Aug 10, 2015

    15 photos

    ... from the iPhones. Never heard it before. It warned of severe thunderstorms and flash flooding in Alamogordo. We turned on the radio and received similar warnings. The sky ahead of us looked ominous. It started to rain, heavy for a time. Made it to the Fairfield Inn just as the sky opened up and it got really windy. Safely inside, we watched the street outside turn into a stream as water flowed from the mountains. ...

    I finally bought flip flops

    A travel blog entry by jaim28 on Jul 15, 2015

    ... lovely BF! We went back to their place and relaxed a bit and went to bed. I had to get up early to try and drive before it got too hot outside. I left Alamogordo at 6am, which was a little painful, but worth it because it was finally the LAST DAY OF DRIVING.

    Next Stop, Tucson!

    "Two roads diverged in a wood, and I - I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference" - Robert Frost


    Variety is the Spice of Life...

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on May 16, 2015


    ... the dunes over time. The "sand" was as white as snow and reminded us of home. The ride is a 18 mile in and out trip. We stopped at the halfway mark and had lunch. Several kids were using saucers to slide down the dunes, much as we would do in winter up in "God's Country." It even rained a bit while we were there.

    The remainder of the drive went well and as we approached Alamogordo, I remembered that in the day, the first ...

    Enter Sandman (and women)

    A travel blog entry by aprilshirish on Dec 03, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... Caverns as well, where it formed as a byproduct of the reaction between limestone and sulphuric acid. Because of its unique physico-chemical properties, gypsum sand doesn't heat up in the sun. It does, however, reflect it very efficiently, necessitating sunscreen even beneath one's chin and earlobes. Go figure.

    Sledding down the dunes is so popular that you can borrow plastic disks and wax (to maximize velocity) from the hotels themselves. In addition to the obvious fun ...

    There's a little nut in us all!

    A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Sep 04, 2014

    13 photos

    ... first pistachio farm in New Mexico. Now they have over 12000 trees and the original ones are still producing. The guide told us there is a tree in Iran which is over 700 years old and still producing, which is a rarity in a fruit producing tree. There are male and female trees and the female trees are the only one which produce the nut. The male trees are taller than the female and their limbs grow upward. (Doesn't that sound like human male/female?) ...