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
... with they were flying to the side, but as they continued to exit they flew right over head, so close, in fact and one point one flew between me and Adam. It was amazing to watch, and went on for so long with so many of them! One of the most brilliant things. No photos of course as the flash would disturb the bats. This morning we are starting a drive day, we are driving to Texas, so 8 hours or so in the ...
... and we were treated to a lovely dinner and had a wonderful evening talking and planning out our day tomorrow. And with that, I am off to sleep, as it is 10:30 and (as usual, it seems like) we have an early wake-up!
Thanks for reading!
Paige and Karin
Edit: I will post pictures tomorrow as I don't have many good ones on my phone and will need to get them off the camera! I promise I will post them soon though :)
Edit (6/20): Pictures are now up! ...
... we are back on the road. We start to see oil rigs drilling for oil. These aren’t the big huge ones you see on TV, these are small ones that pop up every now and then.
We arrive at the park in good time. This is another state park. We like to stay at these because they are usually smaller, have fewer campers and are not cramped together like cars in a parking lot. This one has maybe 30 sites, all with hydro and water and a couple (not ours) with sewers. We are here for ...
From El Paso the bus took up to Carlsbad in New Mexico. Destination Carlsbad Caverns National Park. It is the largest cave in the U.S. and the 7th largest in the world. As it is good custom for a Chinese tourist group you do the quick quick thing for a visit. So I had no choice but to take the elevater down to the caves with my "family". Being down there, I have realized there is a much nicer way to enter the various rooms of the cave which ...
... one more hill". The views from the top were fantastic. We could practically see all of Texas in front of us. There was another hiker at the top that had climber the mountain before and said the views were as good as it gets because the weather was so perfect. It was warm and sunny even at the top, so we had a chance to actually sit and relax and enjoy our accomplishment. The hike back down was ...