Amado Territory Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Stinken 39 degrees things were definitely heating up and we were becoming to realise that the dessert during summer is not the best idea.
Getting closer to Grand Canyon which is exciting. Took a walk down to the river and to check out the view, shopped a little before buying an ice-cream to settle down before getting back on the bus.
Ok so this may be a bit of a story, so bear with me. After a week in Phoenix we decided it was time to move on. The van got a clean bill of health and we were anxious to experience the Mexican culture. So we set out for the closest RV park to the US/Mexican border we could find with plans to depart early in the morning for San Carlos, a 7-hour drive.
After arriving at dusk, we were met by the camp hostess (a volunteer ...
Yesterday, we drove south to a small town called Tubac. It's the area of an old mission we visited last year. The town itself is mostly set up for tourists and has some nice shops and good restaurants. Lynn bought a few gifts and a beautiful Mexican pot for our garden. We happened upon our friends, Don and Barb at the pottery shop. It was a great surprise for us. We visited and then went out for pizza at a cafe near the town. They ...
We felt badly leaving our last campground in the shadow of these magnificent mountains. We really enjoyed the area and hope to return soon. A good spot for one's list, in my opinion.
Our first stop south was the Tucson Wetlands Park. This spot, for birding, is just about twenty miles from Catalina State Park. But, with some interesting construction on I-19 it may have taken us a bit more. These ...
We enjoyed a morning walk around Tombstone which definitely retains its old west appearance with its buildings and sidewalks. The rose tree museum has a living 127-year old rose bush and many beautiful antiques. After a stop at Boothill cemetery outside of Tombstone, we continued to Sonoita - home of the oldest winery in AZ. The vines were planted in 1979 and of course we stopped to ...