Courtyard By Marriott Tucson Airport
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... 8221; (add eerie music here). I won’t spoil the surprise, but let’s just say it’s worth the price and the 10 minutes it took to satisfy young Marcus’s curiosity…plus a fun, quirky break from the road.
In Tucson we drive directly to Saguaro (pronounced Sa-wah-ro, not Say-Gwar-Roo, as I was saying) National Park, home to the largest cacti in the United States. These are giants growing to be 40-60 feet ...
... turned into venues where birders can wonder and score some sightings. As with other treatment plant areas we have visited, this locale has been improved with great walking paths, benches to relax and view, well designed and constructed overlooks with shade and restroom and picnic spots. We achieve a number of wildlife sightings including – to my delight – some Non-Birds! Check out the pictures. One of the amazing things difficult to capture on film is the ...
... grown from a long day of playing under the warm rays of the Mexican sun, indulge in fresh cuisine perfected for over three hundred years. Accommodations range from an all-inclusive resort on the beach in Nopolo to quaint boutique hotels and bed and breakfasts in town. If you're traveling by land, you'll find ...
... and Susan arrived about the same time as we did. Caitlin came to greet everyone but didn't stay to eat. So good to see her---it had been a long time.
Around 8:45 we were on the way back to Donna's where watching the qualifying runs for the Italian Grand Prix was on the agenda. Sebastian Vettel, one of the Formula ...
we see a commercial or show and are able to say “we’ve been there”.
Saturday we went to the Biosphere 2. We were a little disappointed with it or at least our
tour guide. We understand that they are doing great research but in only one
area, something to do with water and its effect on Biosphere 1 (Earth). We felt
that much of the complex was wasted. What do we know…we aren’t scientist.
All-in-all we have enjoyed ...