- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Rodeway Inn
TravelPod Member ReviewsRodeway Inn Whites City
We did not expect much, but the hotel staff was friendly and it is what it is!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Rodeway Inn Whites City
Travel Blogs from Whites City
Up at a reasonable time today, before heading off we get our free breakfast to find that, as well as the usual cereals, toast and pastries there is a waffle iron!! Mmmm waffles!!
All waffled up we head off on our 300+ mile road trip for today, heading east and south for Carlsbad Caverns. We start by heading along Highway 380 which runs …
... miles up and 4 miles down so it was actually way more steep then the one in Big Bend. Although it was quite difficult, not having hiked the day before went a long way in having much more energy. We kept thinking we were getting to the top of the mountain but we would go around a bend and see another higher peak in front of us. It was annoying and hilarious and we kept saying to each other ...
... spaces and small towns that didn't really make it. Not a lot going on in this section of west Texas.
Day 340 - (4/5) Today we take a 2 1/2 hour drive to the Carlsbad Caverns in Carlsbad, NM. It was an amazing place, well worth the drive. Along the way to Carlsbad, we pass the Guadalupe Mountain National Park.
Carlsbad facts: This is the oldest cave in the States - there are 117 known caves including vast underground ...
... we walked which was a 250 meter drop and a 2km walk. Amazing how it went down and down and one could imagine what it would have been like for the first explorers who had no light, no hand rails and no knowledge of what awaited them. How brave some people are. The lighting was perfect. Just enough to allow you to see special features and to appreciate the size of the place. Biggest cave i have ever been into and to walk all that distance down and down made ...
... intersection, and the first one there goes first, the second one goes second, and so on. I really miss roundabouts. Traffic keeps moving, and figuring out the order of who goes first is easier. Here cars rush up to the four-way stop and slam on the brakes to make it clear they are next in line. Easing up to the intersection just leads to confusion because the car isn't at a complete stop yet. Roundabouts and how people approach them make sense, but these ...