Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Tucson Airport
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... in town). I had been hoping for another motorcycle ride up to Mount Lemmon but by the time we got back to the trailer I was whipped. Our ride was primarily flat but I remember the bicyclists that had been pedaling up the mountain as we rode by on the motorcycles. I hate even minor inclines. Got to admire that kind of toughness.
Tucson was a great town and we really enjoyed our time here. Another place we will definitely need to come back to as there ...
... are marvelous and made even more accessible thanks to the tram which takes you to the top of Mountain. Along the tram route there are 9 stops and you can get off and back on as your heart desires. We choose to go straight to the top and then walk down. This is truly a premier natural area showcasing some fantastic steep rock cliffs and foothills covered with unique desert vegetation all adjacent to riparian corridors. The flowing creeks provided us with the ...
... have cellphones!!!!
In 2013, half of the films in the U.S. Dramatic Competition were directed/written by women, most of them first-time filmmakers!! (I will be providing more information about Sundance's Women’s Initiative later in the week)
Between 1985 and 2013, approximately 20 million feet of 35mm film were screened at the ...
... dryer to the oven. I generally don't like riding at night because there isn't anything to see and because you can't see anything that you should see ! However after today a good case could be made for riding at night in the dessert. I told my wife Karen tonight that yesterday in route to Carlsbad I came upon a couple on Bikes - he was riding a Beemer and she was on a BRP 3 wheel Spyder - I suggested she try ...
... open-air museum featuring wildlife, flowers and plants that live in the desert. A highlight was the raptor show, where gray hawks, barn owls, perigean falcons and Harris hawks flew right over our heads, feathers occasionally brushing our hats as they came in for a landing on the saguaro cactus and mesquite trees surrounding the display area...because we had seen the show two years ago we said we weren't going to take ...