Hyatt Place Tucson Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Longue journée de route, tornades, montagnes, plaines... Enfin récompensés par un souper chez Sweet Tomatoes!!!! Nous sommes en manque de verdures après plusieurs semaines en Amérique Centrale...!
... to nature. Some fab plants and butterflies a real little oasis . One of the butterflies took a real fancy to me and wouldn't move of my hand . Charlie has a real phobia of butterflies so he did really well . .
This evening we had another BBQ followed by another starlight Jacuzzi- sort of thing you start to take for granted and then try to remember how cold it still is at home . Tomorrow we ...
We had another uneventful day of driving. We arrived in Tucson in good time. As usual, our Garmin got herself all confused and for the 100th (exaggeration) time, sent us in the wrong direction getting to the park.
This park is SOOOO much better than Voyager - the one we stayed in on our way east. We both agreed, it was the worst of all the parks we stayed in during ...
... and eventually finished up having a shower before heading out for our first optional dinner at Pinnacle Peak. We had pre dinner free drinks at 5.00 pm and left on the bus at 5.30 pm. It took about 30 minutes to get there and I found an old film set set I. The Wild West with actors and a small town. It was really cool and realistic. We were allocated our area and had our salad appetisers waiting on the table for us. We had a choice of ranch one ...
... made our way through the maze of freeways through Los Angeles as far as San Bernadino where we serendipitously chose a campground out in the sticks around San Bernadino (well actually about 22 kilometers outside) called Rancho Oso. It was a great site with lots of space because of the off season. This was our first 2 day stop where we could reorganize ourselves and install our Gowesty loot. We got a nice hike and bike ride that made ...