ExtendedStay Tucson Grant Road
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Fifteen years had brought changes. First of all the border crossing just west of El Paso was now a major 4 lane highway. Large warehouses and other storage facilities had been built. There was now an airport. And as we left the signs of commerce behind and headed out across the New Mexican desert, the road was far from deserted. There was a steady stream of black suv’s that most likely were unmarked border patrol cars, with a fewer number of white ...
... of the guitar… interesting!
Cameras and audio recording was prohibited so pictures shown in this blog are from the web… All in all, the night was a great success, we had a great time… and of course over way too early… and yes, we’d do it again!
BTW one last ...
... uncle who had come from Texas for the next day's service and the rest of us headed back to the hotel for some relax time.
John and I spent some time exploring around the hotel area known as Paloma Village. The landscape in Tucson ...
... pear cactus, the totem pole cactus – which looks really cute.
And to have some breaks from the heat in the life in the rocks we saw the animals living in the dark, we walked through some ‘manmade caves’, saw some nice tropical fish in the cool inside, saw all kind of colors in minerals in a ‘mine’, and nearly got lost in the labyrinth.