Super 8 Motel Carlsbad
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... secret from each of them until they turned 15 at which time he would take them into the cave and make them promise to keep a secret.
All that is the backstory. The Kartchner Caverns are run with state of the art technology and conservation. There are no self-guided tours, no camera’s, purses, fanny packs, backpacks, food, water, gum or flashlights are allowed. They do two different tours a few times a day with about 20 people in tow on each tour. ...
... to some music we arrived at our final comfort stop at Ozona , Texas little big town. This is Davey Crockett town, I walked a little garden called Davy Crockett garden, which was full of desert plants. Texas is the only state in the country to be able to fly its flag at the same height as the National flag because it was once a republic. We went a few blocks and we stopped at Davy a rocket park commemorating Davy Crockett, this is not called Crocket County for nothing. ...
... That's where we met our first match with the Emotional Aide Dog scam we have successfully undertaken so far. The park ranger lady running the elevator would have nothing of Ricky joining the tour. Paula, a bit indignant from the rejection, took Ricky to a kennel on the property and then the quick elevator ride down resumed.
All I can say about the caverns is that they are huge and highly ...
... in Carlsbad, NM. AVOID Carlsbad the town. It is in the midst of an energy boom. Everything in town is crowded, big Bubba pickups wall to wall, and expensive. Hotels full of oil types. Move on somewhere else. Anywhere else. Ate at Trinity Hotel. Rated #1 by TravelAdvisor. OK food, but the place was packed, service spotty, no liquor. Haven't figured out liquor laws in NM yet. North to Ruidoso tomorrow. Hope it will be a better experience.
... strange to go down there; I followed GŁnter as he disappeared behind the many turns, trying not to lose the faint light from his headlamp ahead of me. If you sit in a cave, turn the lamps off and don't make a sound, it is so totally dark and quiet – hard to put into words.
Forget all the wellness retreats where you get kneaded, stretched, heated and cooled, just lock the poor stressed people down into a cave and turn the lights ...