The Big Blue House Tucson Boutique Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Not a lot happened on this day. We spent it mostly in the car. The road trip was pretty fun. It's nice spending a day driving through unfamiliar territory, not really knowing exactly where you're going next or what you're going to do. When we arrived in Amarillo, we went for a walk, had a traditional Mexican barbecue for dinner and then checked out the famous Cadillac Ranch on Route 66 in Amarillo. Cadillac ranch is a roadside attraction along historical Route ...
... they started to mobilizing planes was in the Golf war where they had within a week 150 of the F16 in the air.
The best one was the F 117... Where you could one see the wheels and the ladder to go in – because it’s an invisible plane ….
And as it has to be: you have to show a picture ID that they sign you up for the tour, you show you picture ID when entering the bus... and our name will now ...
... afternoon snack, which was very kind of her.
In the early evening, my longtime FB friends Rachel, Gloria, and Amy helped me put together a “group” meet-up with them and several other of the group of FB friends; I prefer to think that I was an “excuse” for an after-work Happy Hour (because everyone can use such an excuse!). My other FB friends Ben, Michael, and Janet (from this ...
... went to book store to buy some Arizona state stuff. We asked every person we met on Campus and when to every fraternity and sourroity what's there is to do This night and if they now of any house party's that we could go to. It was a little tuff to find party's because not only 7 of the 11 frats are in Las Vegas it was also 4/20 which is the day of the year when everybody ...
... monument's environmental importance resulted in UNESCO naming it an international biosphere reserve, a distinction shared with sites such as Amazonia and the Everglades. Ninety-five percent of the park has been designated as wilderness. Regardless of all the recent restrictions, there are opportunities for bird watching, day hikes, ranger-led tours/talks, scenic drives through the desert on dirt roads and picnicking. Quite a unique experience!