Desert Sol Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
- Outdoor pool
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... very nice lady in one of the shops shouted us a ride on the traildust railway because she liked our accent. This must be the one and only time that it has worked in my favour.
We got our table and the steak was as good as I remember.
After our feed, Sam went panning for gold, filling her little glass vial to the brim with "gold". It was all good fun.
By the time we got back to the hotel, we were knackered but it had been a good day
... show, a Grand Palace (saloon) Revue, a silver-screen western musicale, and I was the star of the stage in Dr. Wiley's Magic Elixir Show! How did we ever find time to do the laundry and get an oil-change in the truck?
The weather has been chilly here, and, for the first time since we've left home it has been too cold for us to eat dinner outside, so we took turns rotating through the four trailers. The meals, ...
... a Sonoran rancher. He hired an architect, Ignacio Gaona, and a large workforce of O'odham to create the present church.
Following Mexican independence in 1821, San Xavier became part of Mexico. The last resident Franciscan of the 19th Century departed in 1837. With the Gadsden Purchase of 1854, the Mission joined the United States. In 1859 San Xavier became part of the Diocese of Santa Fe. In 1866 Tucson became an ...
... As a seed it germinates and grows under a host tree because it needs shade. The root system spreads over a wide area which absorbs all the water and eventually over 30 years kills the tree leaving space for it to grow. It needs to reach about 14 ft and be 64 years old before its arms start to grow! The holes in the cactus are nests made by a wood pecker. They drill down about 10 feet into the spine and create a ...
Had a pretty dull stay in Helena to be honest - highlight was overhearing an old woman talking about her spoilt grandson in a restaurant - 'He wanted for nothing that boy - he had an idyllic childhood. Used to take his shotgun to school with him and shoot pheasants on the way home!' Moving on from Helena we felt the transition from the cold north to the hot south. Not a cloud in the sky and managed about 400 miles south to Cody, Wyoming - home of Buffalo Bill. On the way we took ...