Inn at Civano
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... states) to get to the other side of town - by the time we got there the temperature had gone up to the 30s ! Beautiful location though right up in the mountains so the views from this place are amazing . Was really impressed with the humming bird enclosure as you can get soo close to them and they are just the cutest birds in the world.
In the evening we sat on our patio watching the sun go down ...
... slept. An hour or so later, we hit those long straight roads, still with lots of trucks, but clean desert air and wide open spaces.
Crossed the Arizona border and head towards Phoenix, then south to Tucson. Spent our last few hours of daylight in one of our favourite places, the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum and Saguaro National Park. (Pronounced ...
... brownie with sauce and vanilla ice cream. Oh my God, it was absolutely divine! We went for a wander and took pictures of the Wild West township and John Wayne 1971 uniform for his movie. By 8.00 pm we were on the coach and arrived back to the sounds of country and western music at our hotel by 8.30 pm. It's an early night my us, Andrew is asleep and snoring already. So far, the best thing we have done to date on tour is the Sonoran Desert Museum! Good night ...
... leg to Tucson. As well as a treatment for ML he endowed us with a fresh picking of grapefruit from his well cared for tree. MMMMM good and sweet, tree ripened and absolutely wonderful.
We arrived in Tuscon early enough to spend a couple of hours in Siguaro National Park which inspired us to confirm our desire to visit the world famed Desert Museum the following day (Saturday). It is such a lush desert landscape that it would ...
... the Arizona Native Plant Law, which prohibits digging up saguaros and other protected species without a permit and approval of the Arizona Department of Agriculture. For more info see http://www.ehow.com/about_6113671_deser t-cactus-plants.htmlSo the Botanical Gardens then… is 135 acres of trails dedicated ...