Comfort Suites Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Tucson
... every airplane and helicopter on the grounds, and we’re approaching the tram terminal. We’re sweaty, hungry, and the kids are nearly comatose from boredom. Right as we start gathering our things preparing to evacuate the tram, the tram turns right, away from the tram terminal.
Nooooooooo! Oh, the humanity. Again, I reiterate, we chose poorly!
Twenty minutes later we are finally released from our tram ...
... growth evergreens which are replacing the ones lost to the fire. There is not much wildlife up here, but we do spot a really cool lizard called the Arizona Horny Toad!
Our next day-trip was to the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. The 98 acre museum is a fusion experience of botanical garden, zoo, natural history museum, art gallery, and aquarium. It is widely recognized throughout the world as a model institution for innovative presentation and interpretation ...
... with a giant movie screen overhead which has an ongoing light show but then every hour they switch all of the lights off on the street and the overhead lights up in a special show that lasts for about 10 minutes. Wow! The shows are themed and very well done with the music pounding from a zillion speakers. Also on Fremont Street Angele got into some line dancing and then wanted to zipline, uh OK but not me, so off she went and flew above the crowd quite ...
... restaurant within the resort which was really nice - had a nice margarita with dinner.
10/6/14 - Took a ride today to Old Tucson and Saguaro National Park. Old Tucson is actually a movie lot and will not open until Friday. We were a bit disappointed, but will go back on Friday. The National Park was really something to see. Totally different than the national parks we are used to visiting, but beautiful. Cactus - ...
In the desert there are over 25 species of cactus: hedgehog; barrel; fishhook; teddybear cholla; and prickly pear are some seen in this park. The Creosote bush is the most widespread of all North American desert plants. Mesquite trees supply shade for the small animals in the desert. Ocotillo sprouts leaves within days after a rain and then drops them as moisture disappears. Desert Marigold is an annual and is abundant in the ...