Travel Blogs from Las Cruces
... the camp host came down to greet us. She was a widow, who lived at the park with her dog, or dogs. It turns out that she was originally from Charlotte, NC. Another example of how small the world really is.
We were the only occupants in our loop of the campground, and found the setting to be much to our liking. They had built shelters at each site, with a chest-high rock wall on two sides. Since it was ...
I'm so glad we've had this time together...go ahead and sing the song :-) After lots of visiting and fun, it's time to head home. We sure are going to miss those grand kids! Oh yeah, the kids too :-). Uh oh...broken down in Hope, AR. Might be the transmission. AAA is towing us home. After about 3 hours of waiting, AAA came and rescued us. We spend the time waiting by talking to Bruce who sells Hope watermelons. Supposed to be the best so we got one to take ...
... on the Butterfield Overland Stage Trail in the mid 1800's. The restaurant was is an original adobe building. Lots of history here. Good food too! Monday was a pretty laid back day for us. Brian and I went to the downtown area with the intent of visiting a museum but unfortunately most things were closed on Monday. We did find a giant used book store on Main Street and spent some time browsing. We then ...
... slow business. So he came up with a plan of pretending there was a sandstorm and closing the highway so hundreds of people would be stuck in this little town with nothing better to do than to have a lunch ;) You can see that we were quite bored. The funniest thing was that on our way out of the café we did meet the sheriff…
The road was finally open and we continued our trip singing to the music and admiring the beautiful sunset framed by stormy clouds.
... and colorful area and Karen was able to make it in and out of a few shops. By 5:30 the shop keepers were essentially putting up their merchandise, turning off the lights and ushering the remaining customers like Karen out the door; so much for the typical Mexican hospitality we have encountered in so many other similar towns.
While it was a bit early for our usual evening meal, we decided to walk on over to the restaurant because we were sure there would ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center