Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Las Cruces

2635 South Valley Drive, Las Cruces, New Mexico, 88005, United States
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Las Cruces
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Moving to Las Cruses

by SunnyJo

Hello Everyone! I need information, any and all opinions on Las Cruses or Deming area. We are moving and trying to decide if Renting before buying would be the way to go. We plan a vacation around Memorial Day to look see. My husband is retired and I will be working, so am interested in areas close enough the commute isn't a killer. Thank you for your help.

Re: Moving to Las Cruses

by elguaporapido

Deming has constant high winds, Las Cruces where we were for 4 years before moving to Tucson is slow paced and if you are not hispanic there is a ting of discrimination against anglos. If you have health problems look elsewhere as the medical situation there is horrid. Cannot recommend. South Texas is very nice place to retire or I might look at Yuma.
Tucson is too fast but below tucson green valley and the other towns are mostly retirement towns. I-19 south to nogales is a good place.

Travel Tips for Las Cruces

Whole Enchilada Fiesta

by e7forever

Every September come and see the World's Largest Enchilada be made right in front of your eyes. Then after it's done then you can eat a piece of it. The fiesta usually lasts for 3 days and is host to food, games, dancing, and of course the making of the world's largest enchilada. Just to give you guys an idea about how big it really is, here are the ingredients:

750 lbs. of stone ground corn to make the Masa tortillas

175 gallons of vegetable oil, heated to cook the tortillas

75 gallons of red chile sauce

175 lbs. of grated cheese

50 lbs. chopped onions

Boyd's Tuberculosis Sanitorium

by e7forever

These buildings were built around 1910 by a medical doctor named Dr. Nathan Boyd. Dr. Boyd built these buildings for his wife who suffered from tuberculosis. It then became a place for people who also suffered from the disease to seek refuge.

Some say that the canyon is filled with spirits of the patients who passed away at the mountainside sanatorium.The trail leading up to this place is officially closed every day well before dark, earlier in fact than all of the other trails in the area. And, there have been reports of campers in the nearby canyon campgrounds being terrified by strange visions and horrific nightmares featuring torturous treatments undergone by gaunt and ghostly "patients," even though some of the campers are said to have no prior knowledge of the nearby sanatorium's presence. There have been various paranormal investigations at this location; one group even claims to have gotten photos of "shadowy figures" in the ruins.

A hand-hewn stone stairway, above, leads up the mountainside to where the patients housing used to stand. All that remains of these buildings now are the foundations and low stone walls that outline the shapes of where they once existed.

In the early 1900's, Dr. Boyd was involved in a court case that would eventually deplete his funds; the sanatorium was sold to a Dr. T.C. Sexton from Las Cruces in the 1920's. It was intermittently run as a sanatorium and resort for several more years. Nathan Boyd's son, Earl, bought the place back in the early 1930's and moved onto the land, living in the Caretaker's house. In 1940, while Earl Boyd was away serving in the military, the remote structures were subjected to heavily damaging vandalism and looting by unknown parties. The place has been vacant ever since, despite changing hands one more time before being acquired by the Bureau of Land Management in 1988.

Airborne Park

by Basaic

The second park is Airborne Park honoring the US Paratroopers. There is a monument set up to honor the men who joined the paratroopers from one neighborhood in Alamogordo. It is believed to be the highest concentration of paratroopers in the nation.

Las Cruces, New Mexico

by JamesABQ

"The Crosses."

Land of palm trees and mountains. Las cruces is the second largest city in New Mexico. Located in the south central region of the state in Doña Anna county. Only 45 miles away from El Paso, Texas. Las Cruces is home to New Mexico State University, bitter rivals of Albuquerque's University of New Mexico.

I came across this church while driving about in the city.


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 Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Las Cruces

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Address: 2635 South Valley Drive, Las Cruces, New Mexico, 88005, United States