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... little town called Holbrook.
took us off the main interstate highways onto some minor roads which were just
wonderful to drive on and not have heaps of big trucks and lots of traffic
belting along at 70 75 mph. It never
ceases to amaze me how much open space you encounter while driving through this
country. Australia has around 23
million people in total while here there is ...
Santa Fe was so cute! Lots of art and culture. There was a strong Hispanic influence that gave this place so much charm. All the houses were adobe style with flat roofs, apparently they had strict zoning laws many years ago so all the houses have to look a certain way. I personally liked the style quite a bit. We got some recommendations for restaurants in town and we ended up going to this amazing restaurant called Vinaigrette. It's a ...
... into the distance. We could see the top of houses, the amount of which seemed to stretch the length of the hills. We knew instantly that it was Walter's house so stopped and quickly tried to take a picture. However, the garage door slowly started to open and before we could position ourselves, an angry looking woman appeared. She folded her arms and stood there with a scary look in her eyes. We freaked out and hurried back into the van. We started laughing ...
... mum who had killed her baby then put it in a bag and carried it round the Victoria Secret shop, she was only stopped and searched when she was caught nicking knickers and stuff. What is wrong with these people at all? Some people just shouldnt have kids. Winds me up. The media didn't make the situation any better though, they said viewers could tweet at #BagBaby. What sort of twitter thing is that at all?
Going to have apple pie for my supper. Why not eh?
... otherwise. This was my second visit to Tohono Chul and I enjoyed it as much as the first time. It’s a nice botanical garden if you enjoy that sort of thing.
After Tohono Chul we drove to Mount Lemmon and went up to the top. that too was interesting drive as you go through many different climate zones/ecosystems on the way up.
We had a quick lunch at Dairy Queen (Blizzards) before our next stop at Saguaro National Park East. We drove the loop road and stopped at ...