Extended Stay America - Tucson - Grant Road
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The flight to London is great because you can have dinner onboard, sleep and when you wake up you are almost there. We were in Business Class on an old 747 and sat upstairs in sleeper seats. There were only 20 guests and two flight attendants, which is why we chose the seats. The service was great and the food was above average. We went to sleep about 10:00 ...
... Of note, we will wrap up our southern Arizona winter, departing next Monday for northern Arizona to explore the slot canyons and then into southern Utah to visit a couple National Parks before heading ...
... Chaparral. It is open to the public and features gunfights, stunt shows and dance revues. Well worth seeing but plan on making a day of it because there is a lot to do. You also drive through some beautiful country to get to it no matter which way you go. The Saguaro National Park is on one side and the Tucson Mountain State Park on the other.
As we travel, we are trying to experience the places an area is known for, whether it's food or ...
... cry from what we get around the local valleys. It was kind of annoying seeing it really.
The romanticism and feeling of milking and managing a smaller herd, with gorgeous surroundings and more care for animal welfare and the land is much nicer than the factory farming environment here. It's literally just BIG FARMS, BIG NUMBERS, BIG LAND OWNERSHIP. (Everything is bigger in Tex
Texas is a cool place, everything is actually bigger, the cars, ...
... park here on the weekend, and as long there is no event going on its ok… so let’s hope the best and we hopefully find our holiday cruiser again.
What is really nice, in the 1930s they built a road 3.8 mi up the Canyon – today a Tram is driving up and down this road and you can hop on and off at 9 different stops. So we jumped on and rode all the way up to the last stop… enjoyed the little history ...