Lordsburg Super 8 Motel

Address: 110 E. Maple, Lordsburg, New Mexico, 88045, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel is located on 110 E. Maple, Lordsburg.
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Travel Blogs from Lordsburg

A Night in San Simon

A travel blog entry by d4nnyboy on Dec 10, 2014

Was a long day, we drove all the way from Las Vegas with only two stops. To fill up the tank, it costed another $43.87. We will be spending the night here, and sleeping in the car. Which will save us money, because we are not getting a hotel. We found an interesting BBQ restaurant called "Jimmy's BBQ." Though it was very delicious, it costed a lot of money. It cost us $53 for us all to eat, however I would definitely recommend ...

Arizona

A travel blog entry by lzusarail on Sep 20, 2014

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... how the natives tamed and irrigated the desert and lived in civilized towns back when Anglo Saxons were still feuding over fiefdoms, and were lucky enough to make friends with a roadrunner in the parking lot, although he put his wings back, head forward, and was gone before I could even pull my phone from my pocket for a picture... Next time I'll have to try acme brand dynamite instead ;) Grabbed dinner and a few beers with our old friend Jason at ...

Heading to Arizona

A travel blog entry by theprocters on Aug 17, 2014

... before. Was there a tornado out there? When we peaked out the window, the night was so black you could hardly see anything. Then, my worst fear - the power went out. Thank heavens it was the circuit breaker and before long we had power again. We turned off the extra fan we had running. Then we had another show of lightning and thunder before it finally rained. Believe it or not but we slept well after all ...

Day 21 - Caverns to White Sands

A travel blog entry by byramroadtrips on Jul 23, 2013

Slept in a little this morning, and then enjoyed a nice breakfast at the hotel. Left and drove over to Pecos River in town where they have a nice riverwalk. Then gassed up, bought groceries and headed to Carlsbad Caverns. Thought the tour was pretty cool (in more ways than one). Opted for the self-guided tour where we walked down and took the elevator back up. Left and drove back into Texas to visit Guadalupe Mountains N.P. Encountered a bit of construction delay but really enjoyed ...

Taking on Texas

A travel blog entry by 9lives on Feb 15, 2013

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... huge wind farms. There were what appeared to be gas wells and the odd oil donkey - but they were really few and far between. By late morning it had clouded over and the temperature dropped to 38 degrees. Since when we stopped it was 59 that is a great difference in the space of a few hours. The rest area where we stopped at first in Texas was so cold as they are open and the wind was howling in. By noon we'd reached Fort Stockton where we ate at ...