ExtendedStay Tucson Grant Road
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... massive cacti, rocks and mountains, very cool.
After arriving in Tucson, we quickly came to the conclusion that it seems to have the highest number of crazy people per square foot out of anywhere we've been to yet in the US, so after dinner at a roadside diner across the way, we headed back for an early night. Next day, we went to the Pima air and space museum which is the big attraction in town. Had a great day visiting ...
... declined, but I succumbed to a Moscato fru-fru drink pictured on the menu with lemon and bluberries poured over ice cubes! So festive!
Dinner was the big bowl of salad with lettuce, olives, hot peppers, lightly coated with a delicious dressing, hot breadsticks wrapped in linen-y paper, followed by savory pasta dishes with freshly grated parmesan topped on them by a efficient waiter. The dinners yielded enough leftovers for a second dinner the following night. For this ...
... for me because it was an open shower. Chris is always complaining that the gyms have open showers for guys but I had never run into the same issue. Luckily I was the only one showering and in the locker room at the time so it wasn’t horrible. Afterwards we drove into downtown to walk around. Tucson is a university town to 40,000 U of A students. The campus seems to be the center of life and we walked through it pretending to be 10 years younger. U of A ...
... I would respectfully suggest that the shuddering is probably sufficient to warn of its approach.
The furniture was also novel, being more like a collection of assorted old broom handles nailed together in a slightly random way with a melamine top glued and nailed on top. Dead smart. More back shed than IKEA, it achieved something far more special than just 'rustic'.
It probably won't catch on back home, but I could be wrong.
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During our exploration of this State Park – we:
- Checked out the ruins from the Hohokam Indians – even I’m not sure how they know there was a village 1500 years ago, when all I see are stones, between the cactus like everywhere else
- Walked up to the Monrose Pools under the record breaking hot sun... we needed a lot of water today
- Hiked up the Romero Canyon trail to the Romero pools - good ...