Days Inn Carlsbad
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... The forecast for the weekend is better with the following week having bright sun in clear skies, we shall see!
It is inevitable on any trip to pick up a bug of some sort, and today was our first. A hacking cough and cold meant it was another good decision not to leave until conditions are right: a day to rest and recover, with admin and only necessary jobs to be completed. However, by mid-day, the 'patient’ ...
... shortly before taking our seats in the amphitheatre, the rains started. Everyone was ordered back to their cars as lightning was too close by. The Walnut Canyon is prone to flash flooding and the Park Rangers were keen for everyone to descend as soon as possible. No doubt the bats did leave their roost as they normally do, but we weren’t able to witness the event – shame. However, we wouldn’t have been able to take photographs as the no-camera policy is strictly ...
... Every once in a while, you would see a couple standing at one of the numbered markers listening to their audio tape. We called them "Stalagmites" as the would always be standing still, as if they were growing out of the floor. As we passed by, we could hear the audio track, and were glad we decided to skip the audio this time.
By the time we finished the Big Room Tour, it was getting close to 3:00. It's difficult to ...
... evening at sunset they leave the cavern through the natural entrance. The park have built an amphitheater to sit and watch them exit from. We had a talk from a park ranger before hand which was really interesting, they are the highest flying bats, feeding on moths at about 10000 feet, they are migratory from Mexico. It was amazing to watch! They flew in a circle around the entrance before flying out, ...
Headed to Carlsbad Caverns National Park in the morning. Caves were amazing, nice and cool (57F). Lots of stalactites and stalagmites. Its really tough to describe how awesome it is - something you just need to see for yourself.
Spent most of day driving to Austin