Executive Inn & Suites of Tucson
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After the Grand Canyon, we did a short hop south to Cottonwood in the Verde Valley where we found a great kayaking place doing trips down the Verde river in inflatable kayaks which were somewhere between kayaks and rubber rings - lots of fun over some of the small rapids, with great rocky scenery everywhere you looked, although a little worrying when some vultures started circling us at one point!
Next day, after an overnight stop ...
... Garden to the rescue. Our fears that they might not be serving a 4 o'clock were totally unfounded. Mid-afternoon and we had to wait for a table! But the wait was worth it!
Unlike last’s night dinner in the dying town of Van Horn, a town kept alive only by its location, their only viable businesses, the low-end chain motels, we were now at a restaurant in a Tucson suburb with a population large enough and prosperous enough to support an operation serving hundreds ...
... surprised. We munched on yummy chicken and turkey pesto sausages from Trader Joes with a side of mushrooms and peas. After an insanely busy day of escaping freak snowstorms, fixing the van, groceries, laundry, and way too much driving, we were pooped. Some podcasts helped us fall into dreamland.
Jan 23rd – Tucson, Arizona
We woke up bright and early the next day ready to do some work in beautiful Tucson. It really is ...
... and small sachets of 'Ocean Breeze' shampoo which might have been enough to wash your pet hamster.
I had decided very early on that this was not a place for a full scale wash, but more of a lick and a promise... but Kate enjoys a shower, so she bravely leapt from her cold bed and into the shower.
This was when we discovered that the wigwam was also fitted with an extremely sensitive smoke alarm. The tiniest curl of steam escaped and set off the ...
... to walk the 4 miles back which took approximately 2 hours. Of course we took our time enjoying the scenery, taking pictures. We didn't see any interesting animals and no snakes so that was good. There were hundreds of people everywhere so that is probably why. We are really tired but had the best day ever. Cheers from tucson.