TownePlace Suites Las Cruces
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of TownePlace Suites Las Cruces
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews TownePlace Suites Las Cruces
Travel Blogs from Las Cruces
This was our first and only day in Las Cruces on the return leg of our Great Southwest America loop. Originally I was only planning to stay one night in Las Cruces, but our late arrival led us to extend through tonight here so we could have time to take in the sites of this southern New Mexico city.
We had dinner at a restaurant called the …
... Boulevard 114-118; conf # 64060341 Hotel provides FREE Airport shuttle (every 30 min) Ph 45 88 776655;pd pts + $70
Tuesday,June 3 Cruise: Royal Princes: Pier @ SUNDROGSGADE 300-334 (12 day cruise) 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM Check in
Wednesday, June 4 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM OSLO
Thursday, June 5 7:00 AM to 2:00 ...
... to make some money. This was a true ripoff for the workers. More often than not the tips the owners gave the workers amounted to more than their earnings. You can see that the massage lady was making huge money compared to the wash and wax guys.
We met some great people while staying in the park and think that we will stay in touch with some of them. There was Bill and Eleanor from Big Fork, Montana. They were a very nice couple ...
... 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 ...
... town - Lordsburg. We learned that there was a big sandstorm just a few miles ahead. There were hundreds of cars waiting on the side of the road waiting for the highway to reopen. We decided to use the time wisely and explore the little godforsaken town we happened to be in. After seeing many closed down shops, abandoned buildings and extremely cheap motels ($27.99 per night) we felt like we saw everything that there was to see. Our stomachs dictated the course and we went to ...