Days Inn & Suites Tucson
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... at the time. In the yard was the "biggest rose tree in the world", dating from a cutting from Scotland from 1895.
Then watched a re-enactment of the gunfight, extremely well done. Walked around the streets, watched another comedy gunfight, then an excellent trolley bus tour, including driving past the notorious Boothill cemetery, with lots of local ...
... when rain is plentiful it can weigh between 3,200-4,800 pounds!
Our visits to the Butterfly and Hummingbird gardens were relaxing and allowed us to enjoy the flights of these colorful winged creatures. Throughout our walk, we observed mature budding artists taking a watercolor painting class and then later observed the students scattered throughout the park sketching and painting.
Again, we found it quite easy to spend the day especially when ...
... windscreen wiper instead of the indicator once. At a border security check point. Awkies. What did I do? Desert museum: really cool place. More like a desert zoo with more education. Went on a guided tour to learn about desert plants. The guides name was Aubrey and he was from South Africa. I saw loads of animals and you can get really close for great pictures too. Kartchner caverns: about an hours drive from town. Huge caves with stalegmites and stalegtights ...
... it is still a source of controversy.
As drives go, the trip to Tucson was just a hop, only about two hours.
Before we got into Tucson proper, we diverted out to the Arizona Sonora Desert museum. The museum is pretty much a giant zoo out among the saguaro forests in the desert, which houses many species of animal and plant ( mainly cactus) that live in the region. Sam battled valiantly in the heat, which was up in the 115 degree range. ...
... of good old-fashioned fun! It is the old movie/tv set that hundreds of westerns were filmed at, including several John Wayne movies, High Chaparral, The Three Amigos, Bonanza, Little House on the Prairie, to name just a few. The impressive saguaro-covered Gold Mountain that stands behind the studio is featured in countless films, and is easily recognizable now that we know about it! We saw a hilarious shoot 'em ...