Days Inn Carlsbad
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Carlsbad
... 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. ...
This was quite funny, this place had been recommended to us so we decided to check it out after our Big Bend trip. We arrived at 3.45pm to find out the last cave entry was at 3.30pm so we couldn't go, we then drove to Roswell and found a camp just outside of town. When we looked at the iPhone later that afternoon we realised that ...
... we are having a blast - as usual.
We learned, yesterday was National Siblings Day. So appropriate since the brothers and sisters were together on this trip. Somehow us Angels stayed adults about the 'day', but the other two - WOW! I've never seen them pick on each other like they have all this week. Something about AARP, moving one's chair away from the table, claiming to have tied up the other to a tree for a ...
... in the Guadalupe Mountains were formed when sulfuric acid dissolved the limestone over hundreds and thousands of years, leaving these other worldly creatures behind. There are dozens of caves that you can walk down into 750 feet below the surface, over a 1.25 mi pathway. When we finally got to the bottom, we came to an eight acre “Big Room”, Just amazing… souvenirs and water available.
Reefs of 35 million years ...
... an eastern exposure and springs high on its slopes. Andy and Liam even found a patch of native squash. The squash is small, round, with darker and lighter green stripes. They left most for the birds and wildlife, but they collected a couple each so they could plant the seeds in our garden next spring.
I'm very happy to report that we didn't hear or see any rattlesnakes. The area around Carlsbad used to be known as Rattlesnake Flats for the vast number of snakes.