Desert Diamond Casino Hotel
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... back on very quickly. The massage was great. He even unexpectedly cracked my back part way through and did some other thing which involved trying to bend me in half backwards and stretch my pecs at the same time. I told him I'd had enough at that point. Nothing like a massage that try's to upsell you mid way through and then snap you in half when you decline. Sabino canyon Literally a 10min drive from my hotel. Amazing landscape. A canyon with small ...
... Andrew had a chicken burger and fries which was very nice, it was basted and smothered in a BBQ sauce with a diet coke. narrated by Vincent Price and an epitaph reading material. We left at 12.45 pm and are headed for our destination tonight. Tombstone was not my bag and although I had a nice time, it wasn't my thing. Chandra handed out the Tombstone Epitah to each of us at when we were back on board the bus, it's a newspaper. We had a ...
... very nice lady in one of the shops shouted us a ride on the traildust railway because she liked our accent. This must be the one and only time that it has worked in my favour.
We got our table and the steak was as good as I remember.
After our feed, Sam went panning for gold, filling her little glass vial to the brim with "gold". It was all good fun.
By the time we got back to the hotel, we were knackered but it had been a good day
... 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 ...
... go straight to the pictures. But after the pictures you will probably come back and read it anyway, so why not do it now.
A National Historic Landmark, San Xavier Mission was founded as a Catholic mission by Father Eusebio Kino in 1692 as a mission to the native Americans in the area. The mission now stands on theTohono O'odham Reservation. (I have also attached information below about the Tohono O'odham nation, which you ...