The Grand Motor Inn, Hotel & Restaurant
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
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Another day on the road, another 340 miles under the belt... From Arizona to New Mexico, Another time zone change, No Pictures today, nothing to look at really, just the road, trucks and more Desert.... Still this is an area I would like to revisit oneday when I'm not Flying up the interstate with not enough time to look at off the path places.. < …
... where we gassed up the bike, because there was very little gas along the rest of US-191. The scenery began to change even more into heavy forest as we wound our way through the Apache Sitegreaves National Forest. For the 40 or 50 miles, the elevation went up and down to 9100 ft down to about 7000 ft and then back up. There were a number of scenic overlooks, and we took pictures whenever we could. The problem with mountain roads ...
... and the Tres Hermanos 6 miles southeast. Rudy had a great time prancing through the sand.
Next, we headed to the quaint town of Mesilla, New Mexico just outside of Las Cruces. We did some shopping for a Mexican rug and blanket and enjoyed a fantastic lunch at La Posta. . The building was a ...
... Tramway (climbs up Ranger Peak to 5632 feet) for a view of El Paso, but website was wrong and it was closed. El Paso very dry, dusty and uninspiring, with obvious Mexican influence in its buildings. After coffee at Maccas, hit the road west again.
Noted again "Gentlemens' Club, BYOB" - is that bring your own beer or BOY?
Stopped at Camping World - vast ...
... ward off evil. We visited the Deming Luna Mimbres Museum, depicting Southwest history with an 1831 customs house, artifacts, memorabilia, gems, minerals, and pottery -- the Mimbres pottery was from 1000 A.D. We saw where a silver spike was driven on March 8, 1881 linking the Southern Pacific Railroad with the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroads in Deming. And we discovered there are two award winning wineries, one ...