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... pool, sunken bath - that I enjoyed before bed. I need one of those tubs.
We went out to dinner with the Paris'. It was so nice spending time with friends. You don'r realize how nice it is to have people that you can sit and talk with, reminisce about old times and simply enjoy each others company. We met some nice people on our trip but there is no replacement for ...
... 8 foot python round our necks. A very good evening had by all. Then off to proper beds with sheets space around the beds and brushing our teeth with tap water - oh joy oh joy....
I am so thrilled with this place it is truly authentic, family run, just how you would imagine a ranch, it's literally like being on the set of a western. Shattered now so off to bed. Riding again first thing in the morning - by the way it's 105 here.. Even beating temperatures in England at the ...
... plane built by the Wright Brothers (or as I tried to point out, the 2nd successfully manned aeroplane) and Air Force One from the Kennedy era.
As I was a bit pressed for time, I jumped on the tram tour to do the outdoor bit which is huge and would take you a good couple of hours to walk around.
Next stop was AMARG (or as it is more commonly known, The Boneyard). This is located on a military base and is massive. It is where the ...
... week, we managed to bawl our eyes out some more at the airport for a length of time.
Packing was time consuming, even after sorting through all the **** in my room many times beforehand. Luckily I had the help of Selina for the majority of the task and we packed 40lbs and 7 oz into a box kindly donated to my cause by Ellen, for shipping back to New Zealand. My suitcase weighed 45 lbs and my carry-on is probably about the same haha.
... the grasses and small shrubs start to take over. Finally the trees get larger as the water becomes more plentiful and the heat subsides at the higher elevations. I think it was around mile 3 or 4 that there was finally a down-hill section, which sucked anyway because you just had to go right back up the other side. Once I made it this far and the views of Tucson were behind me, I decided to stop under a tree and have some lunch. What a yummy sandwich ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed