Motel 6 Roswell

3307 N Main St, Roswell, New Mexico, 88201, United States | 1 star motel
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Travel Blogs from Roswell

Surprise! 275 Square Miles of White Sand

A travel blog entry by ebdsnyder on Dec 03, 2013

49 photos

Lack of sleep due to Paige. She was hitting Abbas in their crate. I
tried putting her in the bathroom, but she woukdnt stop crying. I
didn't want to do it, but she wouldn't stop, I had to put her in the car

Dustin told me this trip has shown him the many facets of elaine.

He has been inspired by tripod …

Aliens and movies

A travel blog entry by laura_schofield on Jun 26, 2014

4 photos

... to watch a million ways to die in the west. Even though it was the second time it was still hilarious! And teamed with popcorn in butter sauce, milk duds and a giant fanta it was fun. You tune your stereo to play sound and we took mats so we could sit outside and watch the movie. Then it was back to camp where it was extremely windy so we had to make sure the tent was secure and also resulted in it taking a while to fall to ...

Wondrous views & a very nice Sheriff.

A travel blog entry by thepaynes2014 on Mar 30, 2014

6 comments, 15 photos

... this entry. One thing about Texas, they don't mind getting you where you are going pretty fast. State roads, not Interstate, have a maximum speed limit of 75. Once in New Mexico that dropped to 70. Still not bad. The only problem was entering small towns along the way. From 70 with little warning the limit dropped to 55 then 45 and then 35. One town in New Mexico actually dropped it to 25 and then to 15. 15MPH thru the middle of town. And, yes I ...

The Curious Incident of the Crash in the Nighttime

A travel blog entry by teunhilte on Jan 19, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

... and that the so-called aliens were in fact dummies that were used to analyse the effects on the human body of being exposed to high altitudes. Sounds plausible enough, right? It does seem strange, though, that many of the men and women involved in the incident talked about the extra-terrestrials on their death beds and their accounts seemed to be generally consistent. Collective self delusion or a cover up on a monumental scale?

I decide after an hour ...

Unique sights in New Mexico

A travel blog entry by gaduzabe on Aug 21, 2013

18 photos

The boys slept to almost 8 am today (Weds) yet we still got out a little after 9 am. The boys are all doing a better job of less lollygagging in the AM. Breakfast was mainly bagels for all to celebrate the re-stocking of the cupboard and ability to use the toaster. We drove through Gallup for a bit to see the remnants of Route 66 before hoping on I-40. The plan for today was to see a few things in and around Albuquerque enroute to Carlsbad Caverns, ...