Luxury Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to Las Cruces, past the New Mexico State stadium and campus. Visited Mesilla. This old town was once an important stopover on the Butterfield Stagecoach Line and the Santa Fe Trail. Billy the Kid was put in jail here and tried for murder. It's been part of both Mexico and the United States. We had lunch at La Posta which has a rich history of its own. The compound was originally built in the 1840's by Sam and ...
... on. There was a large bridge that we did not even go near, but I'm guessing it was nice on the other side. The little mountain towns were so cute, I wanted to stop, but I was so close to being done for the day that I kept on. Once I came down off the mountain and into Alamogordo, Caleah informed me of a Wal*Mart not too far from her place. I really need flip flops and a place to hang out until she got out of work. I hadn't ...
Today, Friday, we got out of camp fairly early to avoid the wind that has been very consistent lately. At the Dump Station, unfortunately, I got bit by a nasty variety ant. I first noticed my aching left small toe as I was gassing up The Pearl. It got worse. We stopped at the top of a pass leading north and I did a search and found I could improve conditions by using some cortisone cream and anti-inflammatories. I had both on board and did ...
... through the mountain village of Cloudcroft, reputedly the southernmost ski area in the U.S. What's really fascinating is that Cloudcroft is at an elevation of about 8,600 feet. Alamogordo, meanwhile, is at an elevation of 4,200. Consequently, we found ourselves nestled among snow-covered evergreens in Cloudcroft, while a short 20 miles and 4,000 feet later, we were confronted by the austere, seemingly infinite panorama of the high desert.
White Sands is an enormous ...
... live up to our expectations not only because the National Monument was of course closed due to the government shutdown (I fully expected that) but more because you saw so very little from Highway 70 and we both had expected we would see more.
Nice quiet park here - nothing fancy but the owner very pleasant and that means a lot to us. Also, must admit we have found the people in New Mexico very friendly.