DoubleTree Suites By Hilton Tucson Airport
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Driving for two hours crammed into a two-door Mustang from Budget Rental at midnight (3am our time) was at the end of a long day of travel. There were no particular holdups- except for the Budget Rental Car experience (a super long wait at the airport to even see a representative, then the refusal to grant the upgrade promised when we reserved the car online). Being surrounded by babies on the late-night flight to Phoenix wasn't even so bad. (It was ...
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We learn something new each time we visit. One day, Sraddha spotted a Tarantula Hawk Wasp on a flower. A docent told us that it hunts Tarantulas as food for its larvae. The sting of the female is considered the second most painful anywhere.
This insect is a little ...
... These planes really had no information on them, as opposed to the aircraft inside where there was lots of information including where that aircrafts history. Here it was simply type and where it was on loan from. Mostly the national airforce museum. These planes were looking pretty sad. Slowly rotting, but really not too bad considering their age. Tyres were splintering and under inflated, most sitting right down on the bottom stops of their landing gear struts. None ...
... Nov 10,2013 thru May 18,2014)… So we’re off for the day… The Desert Botanical Garden Desert Botanical Garden - Official Site is a little north of Sky Harbor airport… and has been there for almost 100 years… during this time of the year… the gardens are lit at night ...
... but watchful hubby, Jerry, picked it up. Two flights later we are in Tucson for the night and are missing Seattle's cool climate. It feels like Chennai, India, where we lived for the past two years. It's definitely not a pedestrian friendly city. We are off tomorrow on the Amtrak train to El Paso where we will spend another ...