Motel 6 Alamogordo

Address: 251 Panorama Blvd, Alamogordo, New Mexico, 88310, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 251 Panorama Blvd, Alamogordo, is near New Mexico Museum of Space History, Lincoln National Forest, and Alameda Park Zoo.
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      Travel Blogs from Alamogordo

      Enter Sandman (and women)

      A travel blog entry by aprilshirish on Dec 03, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... 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 ...

      There's a little nut in us all!

      A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Sep 04, 2014

      13 photos

      ... warmth of the valley. We arrived at the facility about 45 minutes early and had to wait a bit. While we waited, we sampled more wine and pistachio products. We also ate a small bit of lunch in the form of a street vendor hot dog which three of us washed down with more wine and one diet coke. Not bad!

      Then it was tour time. We gathered in the tasting room area to watch a video on the history of the ranch. The first trees were planted in 1972 making ...

      Flo-ree-da not to be confused with Flo-reye-da

      A travel blog entry by bharvey on Oct 15, 2013

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... we walked a trail said to be 1/2 mile where halfway through it the trail narrowed with grass infringing on the trail and as it narrowed my anxiety over meeting a rattlesnake grew. I made it though-- even brought home one little rock. This is a park where you are permitted to take home up to 15 pounds of rock. Lots of LARGE grasshoppers that are actually funny to watch when they hop (sometimes as high as three feet, ...

      Oliver Lee Memorial State Park/Drive West on 82

      A travel blog entry by gsnakehill on Mar 30, 2013

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... built for the students and locals as an underground bomb shelter in case of a nuclear attack. What was interesting is that we had to drive down West Main Street and they have bronze statues here along the street that is huge some almost 15ft high. The first statue we saw was Pecos Pete with his lasso chasing some cattle, another was of a Mexican cowboy, next there was a school teacher with two students and the last one we spotted was huge ...

      One Big Bad Basin

      A travel blog entry by steppingout on Feb 13, 2013

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... and heralded a new era - the Cold War. White Sands Missile Range was and is also home to important testing for space exploration - rocket testing, the Daisy Track (G force testing), HAM (the first monkey in space) and weapons testing. Because of the area's important contribution to past, present and future space exploration, the New Mexico Museum of Space History and International Space Hall of Fame is located here. We checked out ...