Super 8 Motel Carlsbad
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Carlsbad
... that the density of the ‘patches’ diminished. However, the density of the cloud cover partly obscuring the Ocotillo Hills increased. Skirting around a rain shower while making our approach to land, reinforced the possibility that we wouldn’t be getting much further today.
The airfield was very quiet when we arrived and parked up in front of the FBO, until the two aircraft beside us started up and taxied off, and another came in - this ...
... at night on this trip. We're generally back at the hotel by dark, or we're in a city where we didn't need to ride to get around. So we'd almost forgotten how dark it can really get.
Tomorrow we are off to Santa Fe on our way to Colorado. We'll have a brief stop in Roswell and see if we can find any space aliens along the way.
102.5 miles today
16,098.6 miles total
5.385 gallons today
385.556 gallons total
... offer. Not this fair-weathered Vegas Girl! The area is desert, desert and desert, but the pics in the Visitor Center shows the place gets some vibrant colors in the Fall.
Next up, day trip to Roswell and Ruidoso, NM. The only aliens we saw in Roswell was the large spaceship and alien family cut outs as we were driving into town. The road to Ruidoso turned from baron desert to beautiful green mountains. We loved the ...
... we drove to Whites City in New Mexico to a nearby RV park and paid to use their showers. They were super creepy and the women’s showers didn’t have any curtains or doors. Luckily the water was hot and the place was pretty much desserted so I wasn’t nervous that anyone was going to come inside. We drove back to our campsite in Guadalupe Mountain to enjoy the night and sleep like ...
... 16 year old James White – who found Carlsbad one afternoon as he was helping tend cattle. In the distance he saw what he thought was smoke rising from the distance, he went to check it out and instead of smoke he found hundreds of thousands of bats leaving a natural entrance to the cave. He did what any 16 year old cowboy would do – he made a ladder out of sticks and rope and went in. The year was about 1890. After that the caves were explored by ...