Econo Lodge

619 N. Marland Blvd., Hobbs, New Mexico, 88240, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel is located on 619 N. Marland Blvd., Hobbs.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Econo Lodge Hobbs

2.00 of 5 stars Fair
 

Travel Blogs from Hobbs

20,000 centimeters under the ground

A travel blog entry by dasafish on Jul 26, 2014

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... claustrophobic, but the Big Room is so huge (about 8.2 acres in size) that the only place you feel at all confined is in the elevator.

After the caverns, it was off to Texas. It was an interesting experience driving on narrow 2 lane state highways full of curves, bumps and dips with a posted speed limit of 70 mph. Of course the interstate highways in Texas have a speed limit of 80 ...

White Sand

A travel blog entry by yen-goossens on Jul 05, 2014

4 photos

... the car. Ah technology! Netherlands through on penalties, and Lulu shouting at Milo and Mark not to yell so loud.

In Carlsbad an excellent pool awaited us, and after dinner we went to Carlsbad Caverns to watch the nightly bat flight, when thousands of bats come out of their cave to drink and feed on bugs.

Tomorrow, we'll go into the cave, or caverns.
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Plans can change - this is an adventure

A travel blog entry by d-m-adventure on Jun 20, 2014

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Each morning we look at the map to see where want to be and book a hotel for the night and this is when Darren realized we were near Roswell, NM home of the famous UFO government cover-up. We traded the caverns for a chance to spot an alien and we headed north on Rt ...

Wonders of Carlsbad Cavern

A travel blog entry by neyser on May 02, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... someone ask if we were okay. We were and looked at our watch it was 4:50 and then realized we were down there for over 3 hours. It was the 2 Rangers who do final sweep of the cave before locking up for the night and turning off the lights. Beautiful sunset at campsite while sipping a nice cold glass of white wine. The next day our adventures took us to Living Desert State Park filled with all the varied ...

Spring Break in caves

A travel blog entry by agutta on Mar 15, 2014

On this short trip we climbed Guadalupe peak which is the highest point in texas standing at 8,751 feet. It took total 7 hrs to climb 8.4 miles for the round trip. My kids and husband made it before me. I took almost 1/2 hr more than them to climb. The climb was rewarding but there is not much to look around. Just a one time visit. We stopped at a china buffet place to replenish all the lost calories.

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