BEST WESTERN InnSuites Tucson Foothills Hotel & Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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We set the alarm for 7.00 am but I was awake before then. It was warm last night and the air conditioning was set to 79 degrees so I woke up at 1.30 am turned it down to 72 and was cold. Andrew turned it to 75 at 6.00 am and all was good with the world. We are at meet at 8.30 am this morning at the bus for our day in Tucson. I gotta say the eggs …
... The atmosphere as we climbed down was rather party-like. A mild temperature with clear air and sky was made even more pleasant by a slow breeze. Happy voices filled the air, with distinct snippets of conversations overheard as walkers passed us on the way down or on the way up the trail. Otherwise, it sounded more like being just down the street from an evening garden party, with happy voices and laughter flowing ...
... some have electronics that do this… some have camera’s, some have altimeters that will down load to a computer to show speed, thrust, height, etc.
Some have rocket motors that slow burn… the rocket rises slowly… some burn fast and the rocket is out of sight in a second or two and everyone waits for the chute to deploy…
... to New Orleans. Departed 8:30am arrived 8pm. Drain had a few delays. This is where it got interesting. Again got allocated a seat next to someone on a fairly full train apart from the 2 empty seats in front of us. 10mins in the guy next to me assumes this position (see image). I think.. Ok he is pretty tired fair enough. 10mins later I notice his hands are down his pants. Benefit of the doubt. Maybe he is just adjusting something...30mins later his hands are still there. I ...
... and mosied on down to the rather boring petrol station where we could also use the restrooms, once Kate had figured out how to open the door.
From there we drove on to look for a suitable place where we could stop for our picnic.
The Biosphere was the next official stop on the tour, but we decided to give that a miss and go straight on to the hotel in Tucson.
Over the next 10 miles or so, we must have passed at least 7 police cars, out to catch ...