DoubleTree Suites By Hilton Tucson Airport
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... exactly what his job was, but he did say something about "Black Ops" and would probably have to kill us if we found out. He was carrying a colt forty-five in his holster.
Continuing our plumbing saga, the sink and garbarator (anybody know how to spell this?) plugged and backed up so once again a plumber was called in. Happily not our fault or our expense.
On the way north in ...
... RV resorts in the Benson area, but nothing great at all. Tombstone is a place we've previously visited, but we were so close, we decided to go back. It's a great old western town with saloons, old hotel, carriage rides, shops and cowboys. They even have gun fights on Main Street every couple of hours. Love the feel of this old western town. Everyone is so friendly - Bruce is even talking about getting cowboy boots/hat...LOL That's be a ...
... particularly with 40+ degrees. We were to be back at the bus at 1.15 pm which I thought would have been more than ample time. This place was awesome! Who knew there was so much to take in! The museum is a fusion experience: zoo, botanical garden, art gallery, natural history museum and an aquarium. They provide an interpretation of Sonoran desert animals, plants, geology, climate and native cultures in its natural environment. 21 acres with two miles ...
... a week on the beach near San Juan. It was a fabulous condo with beautiful views from the patio overlooking palm trees and the beach. The weather was warm and tropical. This year we took a food tour in old San Juan and had a great time traipsing around the old city and eating local food. We walked almost every day. On a couple of days ...
... in the early church between James, the brother of Jesus, and Paul including the question of whether new followers needed to maintain Jewish practices in order to follow Jesus.
For students of the bible and of the origins of Christianity, Aslan’s work offers a fresh and provocative exploration into the historical Jesus. He presents a figure that is in some ways unlike the other-worldly God/Man presented in some of the gospels and in other ways is more like ...