Luxury Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Left Rudy at 0615 hrs. Took hwy 60 to 70 and then too 10 to Alamogordo Checked out white sand national park,, wow it bright out there. Ate at a great restaurant in Tula.... Case de sueno. Awesome place,,, stay night at Best Western in Alamogrodo. We changing plans. Go from here to San Antonio,TX. Staying Westin river walk. Here we good The hwy 60 and 70 where nice roads RV would be good ...
... the mecca of ballooning). When it came time to fill the balloon, the pilot needed more weight and called Augusto over to join him. Pretty cool. Unfortunately it was too windy to let the balloons fly or at night for the balloon glow. A balloon glow is when the balloons light up the sky. Instead they just burned some fuel. It still looked cool. We're hoping its a calm morning to catch one balloons before heading to ...
... all we could see in front of us was a mountain and nothing else and then at the end of the road there was the campground. It is situated in a green oasis around the springs of Dog Canyon that is a deep ravine on the west facing flank of the Sacramento Mountains. There is a Visitor Center with exhibits and a mile away there are tours at 3 on weekends for the restored house of rancher Oliver Milton Lee. It seems Oliver was a Democrat and got ...
... we had an early start and about a 40 minute drive to the White sands national monument. That day they actually had some missiles they were testing (pretty cool!) so as we drove up we saw a bit of an explosion in the far distance and then hit a huge line of cars waiting for it to be over as the road was blocked off. We pulled off to the visiter information centre to find out it was about to reopen in the next hour or so. We jumped at the chance to play with the frisbee ...
... several miles after we left. The end result was the need to get a new bike rack (a 5 bike rack is not the easiest to find without ordering), in addition to wheel and rim replacement for 2 damaged bikes. In total, this cost us 1 day to resolve.
As we departed New Mexico, we felt that the 'bad luck', was behind us, and we looked forward to some better luck in Arizona!