TownePlace Suites Las Cruces
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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 …
... pools. The photos show two of them in flight and all three feeding at a distance. The trails are great and easy to follow. We met a fellow, an Austrian, originally from Wien...Vienna. I had a chance to speak the language, which is always fun. He was highly disappointed the the Rio Grande wasn't so grand. I guess he's unaware of the drought conditions in the west.
For dinner, we once again had Taco Salad, which is one ...
... was worth an afternoon of sight-seeing. It is far more developed than the harbour Walk in Halifax. Lastly a day was spent at the zoo. The highlight was watching the hippos feed. I can see why they kill more people each year in Africa than lions.
February 9th and 10th we took some time off at Amistad Lake Reservoir just to rest. Not much there just a 65 mile artificial lake ...
... back I certainly was reminded to put on my long sleeves.
We hiked out of the park happily with Baxter, now wearing his backpack to cart our trash out with us. Brian attempted to drive the stick shift car, but gave up after stalling out in the parking lot. In his defense, the heat was brutal and we wanted to hit the road to get to Jose's house in Tempe AZ as quick as possible: we knew we had all the good stuff and comforts of home waiting for us there!
After thirteen days on the road, we finally woke to our last morning in a hotel and our last day of vacation.
The van was really packed as we slowly stuffed every souvenir and bag from our trip into the back of the van. The kids loaded last.
Before leaving Las Cruces we had lunch at the Cattle Baron, a western-themed restaurant not far from our hotel. This was the best restaurant we ...