Luna Vista Bed and Breakfast
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Houses around Tucson are very Spanish/Mexican in style - single level, Adobe brick, designed to maximise coolness in the desert heat.
Drove first to Biosphere 2. (Earth is Biosphere 1) Out in the desert, north of Tucson, completed in 1991, a glass enclosed facility covering 3.14 acres and 7.2 million cubic feet under 6,500 windows. ...
... stay close to home for the most part as that is where their next meal is coming from. But they do wander and often come perilously close to the highway (and even onto the highway at times) so drivers need to be aware. We passed cattle, sheep, goats, and even a horse or two that we had to slow up to pass safely.
Nor do the Indians believe in advertising. No billboards. No signs pointing out business locations. No signs of any kind. It makes ...
... stupid after all that dangerous stuff earlier. We talk to 2 guys fishing, they say they catch bass, catfish and trout so we go to the store and buy a $50 fishing permit (Arizona, 1 yr) stop for a pizza and then go to find the Clear Creek fishing spot they spoke about. We eventually find it and as we drive down the track we stop to talk to a couple parked there, they say they haven't caught anything there lately, lots of 'love your ...
... a sign warning that trucks over 50' weren't allowed. Bob didn't notice the sign and I thought "well, I don't know how long we are but we aren't a 'truck'".
Well - let's just say there was a good reason for the length restriction and a very good thing that Bob is an EXCELLENT driver. The road was narrow, steep and switchbacked with high cliffs on one side and ...
... priced at like $140 per night or so. We had two queen beds four of us so charge slightly more. Included coffee, refrigerator and gas fireplace. This trip was sister reunion no category below describes. Definitely good for couples as well though. I would recommend at least two days if you want quiet place to enjoy God's majesty then stay a week. i found a best page, has the helpful information about grand canyon park, physictourism.com