Extended Stay America - Tucson - Grant Road
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... town of Cottonwood, we carried on south towards Tucson, stopping at a few western ghost towns along the way including, Jerome, an old copper mining town now frequented with lots of artists, Prescott, famous for its Whiskey Row of bars where apparently Wyatt Earp and team drank back in the day (we went crazy and had a glass of water there), and finally Wickenburg. The landscape is definitely starting to feel like the proper wild west, ...
... every night. We were greeted by a smiling hostess in a black uniform the second we walked in. Have a seat, just a short wait. Within minutes she called out “Joe” and another smiling server in black guided us around the large dining room to a table already set with place settings. With assurances that our server would be right with us, she gave us glossy menus with enticing photos of food and drinks. The waitress soon arrived with an enticing bottle of wine in hand, ...
... city. Even the Wal-Mart parking lot looked beautiful with mountains in the background and bright blue skies above. We drove to the Saguaro National Park and found a great little picnic area to park our van and do some work on our laptops. We took a little walk and posed with some unsuspecting cactuses before heading back into town. We both really needed a shower so we went to a local YMCA to work up a sweat and then clean up afterwards. The shower was a ...
... Thankfully, by jumping on my bed and stretching over, I could just reach the button to turn it off, as it was even more intrusive than the frequent trains which had thundered past at 15 minute intervals since we arrived, including through the night.
The trains made the whole building shake, which was fun, particularly while on the loo. The added shudder made the whole experience that much more fun.
They also announce their arrival with a musical ...
Jan 29 – Feb 3
Catalina State Park
Before we arrive here – on the way south we pass the Arizona State Prison and Arizona Detention Center – even before we read the signs, it was easy to see what we were looking at. And slowly the desert changes.
One thing we discovered so far is that 80 % of all RVs are an A-Class Motorhome… you wonder why –maybe the American way is the ...