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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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... and it does indeed proclaim itself as "Abo Elementary School and Fallout Shelter." (see pic) Hmm. Different times.
In Artesia there are a number of bigger-than-lifesize bronze statues. I took some photos of these.
Then, on to Carlsbad Caverns. Drive up to the visitor's center was quite lovely - a twisty road, great mountains, and quite foggy. Arrived at the top, bought the $10 general admission tickets as well as the $8 ticket for ...
... The Law west of the Pecos."
It is said that you are not really in the West until you cross the Pecos River. That's where the West of the Pecos museum gets its name. The museum fills all three floors of the old hotel downtown. Every one of the old bedrooms is filled with artifacts, with ...
... 0.0051 inches) a year. The quickest growing stalactites are those formed by fast-flowing water rich in calcium carbonate and carbon dioxide, these can grow at 3 mm (0.12 inches) per year.
...and some of these are over 50 feet tall !
If you ...
... before they happened to tell old man Kartchner. Yea and before they spilled the beans to him, they sent an agent to try to buy that section of his cattle land. Kartchner wasn’t selling, so that’s when the boys put together a presentation, knocked on his door and told him about the caves. The year was 1978. The cave system was pretty much kept secret until 1999 when it was made an official Arizona State Park. In fact, old man Kartchner had 6 kids and kept ...
... 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 ...