Legacy Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Artesia
... yesterdays fiasco with guest laundry, Jody wanted to get back so she could do laundry before all the oil workers who were staying in the hotel got back from work. Sure enough, when we got back at 4:00 the guest laundry was empty and Jody had it all to herself. We were trying to finish laundry and get a quick dinner so we could be back at Carlsbad Caverns by 7:00 for the daily exit of the bats. So it was just Subway tonight, and by ...
... up, go to push back a little bit to remove the wheel chocks, then Zach and Darrean both yell that we have a flat tire..The sidewall of the tire had a slice in it which allowed the air to leak out slowly. So need to stop be sams on the way out for gas, we'll just get one there..We change the tire and put the spare on to get us where we need to go..so we thought.
we get to lowes, run in and find extra links to ...
... rolling hills and mountains in the background. After 17 days of this trip, we are finally out of the great state of Texas and into New Mexico, the land of enchantment.
I can still visualize the picture of stalagmites and stalactites in my 3rd grade Geography book. ...
... to do the class spell-off,' I replied, 'and if that is the end of it, that's fine.' Acquiescence.
He wasn't super eager for the school spelling bee when he was one of the top five from his class, but he wasn't as resistant as he was at first. Liam confidently spelled his words until there were just two kids left. They went round after round. Finally he won. Perseverance.
Liam brought me the study words and ...
... saying hi. This park does not have Wi-Fi, so I will post the blog at the end of our stay.
Today the sun is shining and the sky is blue. We are heading off to Carlsbad Caverns today. These are underground caverns that were created millions of years ago. They were once part of an underground sea that once covered this entire area. As the water drained the caverns were formed. These caverns go 750 feet underground and are massive. They have an elevator to take ...