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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 …
... gift shop are in front of you (naturally). Then, you walk down a path about a hundred yards through some low ceilings...maybe 20 feet and into The Big Room. That's when it hits you how large this cavern is. The room is over 30,000 square yards in total size. This figure seems a bit abstract but, using the analogy of football fields, the massive ...
... who I completely identify with particularly as she's the same sonic as I am and I don't trust anyone unless I have evidence to do that, sad I know but too true. Her husband and her are avid football freaks who travel to all the games no matter where they are, they go for Manchester United same as me. We finished up last as usual at 8.55 pm and came back to our room to drink some more. We are in a very secluded area with nothing close by and understand why Chanda made the decision she ...
... that they are 'alien friendly' and we made tin foil hats to protect our brains. We got a few funny looks as we entered the UFO museum dressed like that! The museum was really interested and documented both arguments for alien life form and government cover ups. Lunch was next on the agenda before hitting the road again headed for Carlsbad Caverns. ...
2870 miles covered so far.
Drove over today from Las Cruces to Carlsbad Caverns National Park, southeastern New Mexico, via El Paso. El Paso has grown up so much since I was last there in the late 1980's. we were amazed to find HUGE dairy cattle ranches east of town. There must have been tens of thousands of dairy cattle in huge feed lots. Dominguez, Mesa Farmers, are huge. Milking must be a 24/7 operation here. Surprises continue. ...