Courtyard By Marriott Tucson Airport
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... my knowing what had precipitated the murder and the motivations of the men involved. I just shook my head as a good listener does, although he really needed no encouragement. I ascertained that the box the letterbox was supposed to be in was not anywhere to be seen, and exited the museum. The docent followed me out to tell me his own personal conspiracy theory about Stillwell's murder. Yikes! I felt like an outlaw escaping myself as I crossed the street to leave ...
... vehicle. The other bonus is the conductor often acts as a tour guide and points out key points coming up or on the way. Tucson to San Diego Left 8pm arrived 9am next day with a 60min wait to transfer in LA. Pretty easy ride. I slept on the floor of a train for a while and the rest on the seat. Only woke every 3 hours or so. Proof my body now accustomed to sleeping on the train! Only bad bit was the stupid women in the seat across from me who watched family guy on her ...
... go to Savannah for RV service, then down to Jacksonville where we turned right on interstate 10, across the Florida panhandle for one more beach stop before crossing I-10. We had a little issue in Louisiana with the RV slide-out ...
... normal; font-weight: normal;">When you went inside: you had to call a control center – they checked via camera – opened the door – then you had to call again and tell them you are in – and they checked via video again – then they opened the next door and guess what you had to call again … if you took too long, all doors were locked and when opened you were on the wrong end on a gun
... carvings and painted walls. Then off to Pinnacle Peak steakhouse in Trail Dust Town. This is an historical shopping centre set up as an authentic Old West town featuring stunt shows, miniature train, vintage carousel and shops. As it was getting towards the end of the day many shops were closed; we had dinner at Pinnacle Peak Steakhouse. No ties are allowed and the walls are covered with half-ties that have been cut off people wearing them. Their claim to fame is having their ...