Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Tucson Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... ve got 408 miles to go to San Diego after today's 520 hard earned miles. I think I'll get a late Start after spending some time in the lazy river at the pool. After today's stop we are at about 2,600 miles for the trip so far. (My wife always asks me why I say "we" when it's just me on the trip). When I'm blogging I feel like its a group effort, including you the readers-so often I'll think in the third person. Take care ...
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... this would be fine but they have a concert tonight so space may be at a premium. We are not comfortable staying so go to find another casino -- Diamond Desert - Nogales. Totally different attitude here and we felt more comfortable staying here so we did. A bike security person did stop by in the morning and suggest we should park I a different area if staying on.
While Pete was in Incline working for diesel, I visited the Tohono Chul garden, a smaller version of Old Tucson Museum. This is just as interesting and charming. Tohono means desert, Chul means elbow, translated to mean a corner of the Arizona Desert. After a delicious salmon salad at the garden's bistro I took an hour guided tour. I'm so full of factoids my head is spinning. I'll keep the information to the ...
... way through Valley of the Gods we saw 1 bike (the German guy we last saw 200 miles earlier) and 2 cars - in about an hour. The route has also taken us north again slightly - that will be the last time now until Ushuaia all being well. At one point we were at 10,000ft which kept things a bit cooler than we've been used to and we dodged another thunderstorm on the way into Bryce. JB splashed the cash on some more GoPro camera gear in Moab so he's gone filming mad. Typically ...