La Quinta Inn Fort Stockton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... already. I also was able to purchase an audio tour handheld device to guide us down into the big room. The cavern was really interesting, so many different rock formations throughout the whole cave; lots of stalagmites, stalactites, and small water wells. You could here the water dripping the whole time since this is still an active cave, changing everyday. I'm also glad we did the natural entrance because that was an experience in itself. Luckily we ...
We came in to this RV park around 2pm on Friday, expecting to stay 2 nights. One, to just take a breather, two, because it has such fantastic views and three, so that we will not be going to Carlsbad Caverns on a ...
... Some of the cheaper places made me want to sleep in my car. I picked the Days Inn, which was middle of the road one. The Hampton Inn was over $200.00. I arrived at 4, and found that my room was well equipped. I first noticed a few flies, and killed them, than I found the fly swatter they provided. Nice, huh? As it turns out, Fort Stockton is right in the middle of no mans land where there are large cattle ranches and oil fracking. All hotels ...
It's been a few days and we've pretty much traveled through these areas pretty quickly. Here's an update.
10/14 - we traveled from Lordsburg, NM to Las Cruces. Our night in Lordsburg was pretty noisy...the trains seemed to have followed us and nothing but barking dogs all night. The campground was less than desirable, but we were able to handle it for a night. After leaving Lordsburg, we ...
... cold in Arkansas, and we expected things to get better weather wise. They didn't. We went through Dallas (and both Laurie and I were reminded why we don't live in a city anymore) where fog had set in. The temperature in Dallas was 34........and the automated highway signs said that bridges and roads were beginning to ice. Nice.
One other thing is....when we actually reached the Texas line, we still had 12 hours driving ahead of ...