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... around the American Indian, so after dinner we did some window shopping and the next morning went back to browse. It was great to see so many good paintings, bronze sculptures, glassware concentrated in such a small area. It was good to be back in Tucson, over 3 years since we have been here, and stayed at Noni's for 2 nights whilst she is in KL. Did a little shopping and bought myself a mini iPad, better price than in the UK as less tax to ...
... and hundreds of planes just sitting in the desert, millions of dollars just sitting there. Every plane you can think of. The cost for the museum was 12.75 to 15.75 depending whether you were a senior (62) or a retired military person. No discounts for veterans or active military which i thought was strange. Apparently there is no government support for this museum so they depend on those fees to keep it going. All in all a good experience and would highly recommend this. ...
... giving Alex a break from the crazy New
Yorker that had been talking at him for the last 2 hours! Driving
back through the beautiful mountains of Nevada we saw the most breath
taking sunset and as the skies went a beautiful red we crossed the
Hoover bypass and had the perfect view of the Hoover dam. The perfect
way to end the perfect day! We got back to El Cortez at around 10pm ,
after having only about 3 hours at the Canyon but was totally worth
Coming home from Colorado/Wyoming trip July 30, 2013 9:00-4:45 355 miles Left Tuba City about 9:00 a.m. Stopped first at the trading post, still searching for a small Indian rug for the coach dashboard. Nothing fit. The post is mostly touristy kitsch so we continue our quest. Slightly overcast as we head down to south 95 to Flagstaff. Stopped at Cameron trading ...
... 140 miles northwest of Papeete, surrounded by a lagoon and a barrier Reef. In the center of the island are the remains of a extinct volcano rising to two peaks, Mount Pahiaq and Mount Otemanu, the highest point at 2,385 feet.
The island is known for its aqua-centric luxury resorts, its coconuts and that which can be obtained by the sea. WE plan on snorkeling and swiming with the sharks while on the island and its surrounding ...