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TravelPod Member ReviewsRodeway Inn Whites City
We did not expect much, but the hotel staff was friendly and it is what it is!
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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 …
... m supposed to get but I didn't care and didn't need it either. We ate our lunch on the bus and stopped literally around the corner at the sight of Fort Stockton. We had a couple of minutes before then stopping at a liquor store called "its 5 o'clock somewhere". We are getting into Fredericksburg at around 7.00-7.30 pm tonight and apparently there is buggar all there. So Chanda has called ahead and organised pizza, salad and one beer. She gave us the opportunity to buy more ...
... of what we saw. The picture of Matt on the bench having a challenging hair day is an original. Since that photo we decided that Matt gets his hair combed in the morning despite any protests.
After returning to the hotel room and then getting a leisurely start the next morning, we returned for the tour of the caverns. Without a wheel chair, you can walk 750' down and then back up. We took the ...
... square metres (8.2 acres) into which you could fit about 6.2 football fields.
A one-mile, self-guided underground walk takes approximately 1½ to 2 hours, the circular route takes you through the immense space and along the way you see every type of speleological formation known. Stalagmites, stalactites, columns, soda straws, popcorn, etc. Like all caves, it feels like you are in another world, another time. Way ...
These photos are going to be the prettiest photos from southern New Mexico that you ever see on this travel blog. Promise! This is the desert, and we got lucky to arrive just after the yearly rains fell, causing the normally stark landscape to bloom. We went looking for Sitting Bull Falls, a local favorite hiking spot, but the rains of September had caused floods everywhere, and the road to the falls was washed out. The National Parks Service didn't only close the road to ...