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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We came, we saw, we are in the midst of conquering.
The early night, was filled with glitter, tassels, and intricate costumes as Godiva Bleu joined weekly burlesque show, Don't Blink Burlesque at Tucson's own "The Hut". Good times had by all. (I feel comfortable speaking on everyone's behalf here.)
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... parking. I wanted street parking for my big truck but we ended up going to the deck. Just to get through the gate I had to fold my mirrors in and still only had a centimeter on each side. Parking aside, the food was just as I remember – great. I had the chef’s choice which had a chicken, beef, and corn fritter topped with fresh greens, rice, beans, and corn tortillas. Pooh had the fish of which she could only eat half. Anytime you’re in Tucson, this is ...
... we were ready.
Our journey back to the States was a bit convoluted, but we were traveling with Savanna, two bicycles that were not getting enough use and taking up too much space onboard, and two alternators that we had been fighting with getting fixed since January. It was a tight squeeze to get all of our belongings into a tiny Ford Focus. A cousin of the handyman that was hired to paint and wax some of GatoGo drove us over ...
... had waged war with Mexican and US soldiers for decades. His surrender marked the end of the Indian Wars in the American West.
Once you near Douglas, white trucks marked Border Police appear everywhere. Same as last year, this year I was stopped by Border Police at a highway roadblock south of Sierra Vista. They were checking our vehicle for Mexican illegal immigrants. Looking way off in ...