Hacienda Motel

Address: 2909 E. Pine, Deming, New Mexico, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 2909 E. Pine, Deming, is near Deming Luna Mimbres Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Deming

      Snow in New Mexico?

      A travel blog entry by bounderbulletin on Jan 05, 2015

      4 photos

      ... High desert valleys of the western US often have 40-60 degree change in temperature from night to day.



      The Motorhome stays warm, nothing has frozen and the new year seems to be starting off with only a few snow flurries, so far. We took a quick trip to Rockhound State Park, about 12 miles from Deming. There is a primitive campground, ...

      Race to Avoid the Rain

      A travel blog entry by wjvins on Jul 03, 2013

      1 comment, 18 photos

      Chilly morning in the Chisos Mountain at 7:00 AM. 60 degrees. Road to Deming New Mexico in 8 hours, one of our longest Ride.

      We had planned on riding River Road but DOT had repaved with fresh oil, so we decided to skip and go thru Alpine. That road turned our to be a windy road with beautiful mountain ranges. Rain threaten all morning before we got to El Paso. No rain, yea.

      Stopped at World's Largest Harley Dealer, Barnett's.

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      White Sands NM/ City of Rocks State Park, NM

      A travel blog entry by gsnakehill on Mar 31, 2013

      27 photos

      ... and forts that protected the trade routes to Santa Fe. This is a big farming area because the Rio Grande irrigates the fields (we didn’t see any water). This area is known for the alfalfa, chilies, onions, corn, cotton and pecans. New Mexico State University is also located here.

      I can’t say I was impressed with this town or city. There are a lot of housing developments here but still this region looks poor. We also had ...

      How the Native Americans Lived 700 Years Ago!

      A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads on Jun 27, 2012

      4 photos

      We drove to Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument and hiked to the naturally-formed cliff caves where a group of 40-60 Native Americans lived from approximately 1270-1300 (tree trunks were used as supports, so with tree dating, archaeologists were able to pinpoint the time frame). They were hunters and gatherers, and it is believed they left after a long and severe drought. It was amazing to see their dwelling places within the cliff caves!
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      A Long Drive Across Texas

      A travel blog entry by bkeel on Nov 17, 2011

      8 photos

      ... won that war?" I agree wholeheartedly. We can only wonder why, out here in oil country did we just pay $3.39 a gallon for gas? All the way across the country, and back again, and this is the highest price we have seen so far! As the sun begins to set, we realize that we still have many, many miles of Texas to cover and we'll just keep driving as far as we can to get through it, since there is nothing to ...