BEST WESTERN PLUS Gold Poppy Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... had cleared the shelves and created the shotage. Well all I can say is it appears to be over. I don't think I've ever see so much ammunition in one place as the aisles of this shop. We cleaned them out of trigger winders and bought a few other bits and pieces before I went out for a cigarette. At which point two young guys came wandering out of the front entrance each carrying a Russian Mosin Nagant bolt action rifle, no covers, no bolt flags, both of which would ...
... of the coal we find on the ground… that at one time the plant was coal fired… we also assume it had a steam engine that was used to generate steam for some boilers and steam engines to generate electricity, maybe some power for pulleys to power the equipment… And of course coal to heat and melt ...
... are moving on and finding happiness outside of New York, but the city doesn't feel the same when people like them move away. For every great, amazing person who leaves there are 100 corporate douchebags lined up to take their space. You can feel it. You can sense the change, and it's such a hopeless scenario.
The uneventful bus ride brought us up to Phoenix where Laura was nice enough to pick us up and take us out for a much-needed lunch. I was growing tired of Mexican ...
... of Arizona and Nevada.
Total length: 1,900' (579 m)
Opened: October 16, 2010
Slated as 407 miles for the trip, Googled at 8+ hours, we needed another 50 minutes to just find our park! Yikes! John and I were both feeling tense and edgey! The park had told us --since they are in 'off season' that we needed ...
... across town to an old Titan II nuclear missile facility in Sahuarita. The facility was 1 of 54 such facilities based in 3 States during the 60's, 70's and early 80's. They were operational for 20 years during the Cold War and were primarily there as a deterrent. No missiles were ever launched although it came very close at one time during the Cuban Missile Crisis. At the end of the Cold War, as part of the treaty (not the Waitangi one), the US ...