Days Inn Carlsbad
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Carlsbad
... big cave rooms even though I have been to many caves in Europe. The reason being gas and not water which was the catalyzer in the formation process.
The cave is home to 250.000 to 800.000 bats. Nobody really knows how many they are. But I did not see them because they spend the winter in Mexico.
As conclusion, whoever wants to visit Carlsbad Caverns you definitely need to do the get you way down the natural way. It is stunning!
... miles up and 4 miles down so it was actually way more steep then the one in Big Bend. Although it was quite difficult, not having hiked the day before went a long way in having much more energy. We kept thinking we were getting to the top of the mountain but we would go around a bend and see another higher peak in front of us. It was annoying and hilarious and we kept saying to each other ...
... thinking what we’re thinking with the picture at the end. A fun place to spend a couple of nights – and if the sky is clear (as it was on our first night) you can see stars from horizon to horizon. Then in the morning we had to leave.
I hate weekends on an unstructured road trip. You have space and peace and availability all week long – you wake up to quiet and revel in the sounds of nature as the sun sets and the stars come out in ...
... and tin foil removed we headed to Carlsbad Caverns. The caverns were ok and we made the most of the interesting rock formations (see picture). Once we reached camp we de clothed and popped our swin gear on and headed to the pool. Numerous races, water aerobics and an hour later we had dinner and a night cap (or two) before bed. The next day we were heading in to ...
... the trailer for my jeans and walking boots I found myself having a Mr Bean moment in the back on the van trying to take my shorts off and put my jeans on without being seen or flashing any bum was difficult but I managed it :) Dressed up like a rambler we hit the trail but not before we had a brief introduction from a sweet little old ranger called Jeff. Walking down through the entrance of the cave it was awesome never seen ...