Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Las Cruces
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Babysitting service
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... Passed the Continental Divide at 4585 feet west of Deming, NM. My travel buddy wasn't up to par today, so we passed up Tombstone, and Silver City (cave drawings). Got to Big Chili Inn (not kidding, see review above), which was just as advertised, cheap and fun. I went to play Trivia while Jane rested. Tomorrow, will see local sights.
Yesterday was a travel day. By the time we got up and got unhooked and ready it was 9 am and the propane dealer in town was open. I figure this fresh tank of propane will last about two months, just being used for hot water and cooking, and not needing the heater on. However, I did turn the heater on for a few minutes this morning. We hit our first rain of the trip yesterday, on the way here.
This morning we ...