Mon Ami Bed and Breakfast
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We looked forward to our evening: a climb up Tumamoc Hill, just north of A Mountain. We picked up Emily from her classroom, and squeezed Hannah in, too. Back under I10, onto S. Freeway. We’re getting the hang of this part of town…
We had no expectation of the scene that awaited us. We came upon many cars parked and parking at the base of the trail, and pulled in to park in the hospital lot. The ...
... s finest surviving example of Spanish Colonial architecture. Statues dating to the 1750's, late baroque altars and original paintings adorn the interior of the mission.
After lunch we had a tour of Biosphere 2. Biosphere 2 is the largest closed ecological system in the world. It is a tightly sealed glass and steel structure on 3.15 acres in which scientists have created seven complete ecosystems that mirror those on earth. The systems include an ocean, ...
... down and have a 'vacation' before returning home to work. I am writing this sitting in a reclined chair watching the USA-Mexican border pass me by while it snows in the desert. To my right is an Amish family. Yep a real life one playing cards I think. To my left is a twitchy guy who has been smoking in the toilets and is bound to get kicked off the train soon. I have eaten lunch in the dining car with several lovely retired couples easily in their 80s who are in the ...
... and mosied on down to the rather boring petrol station where we could also use the restrooms, once Kate had figured out how to open the door.
From there we drove on to look for a suitable place where we could stop for our picnic.
The Biosphere was the next official stop on the tour, but we decided to give that a miss and go straight on to the hotel in Tucson.
Over the next 10 miles or so, we must have passed at least 7 police cars, out to catch ...
... cheaper to actually go in the rainforest to study the real one?