Fairfield Inn & Suites Sierra Vista
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... This old theatre was a bit of a local hotspot in the 1880s. The place is as haunted as buggery and Sam insisted we get tickets for the ghost tour of the place.
Next up, we checked out the "Heldorado", gunfighter show. This a funny little show, with lots of pantomime style booos and hisses for the bad guy and cheers for the good guy. The goodies and baddies hammed it up and shot blanks all about the place for a little while. ...
Headed straight to Elaine's Lola "Auntie Oying" and (actual) Auntie Jenny was also home. We spent some time together, went out for breakfast and spent good time together.San Diego is HUGE! Why is everything so far a part?!
We drove to the beach by Mission Bay to say goodbye to the Pacific Ocean. It's the Ocean that Elaine has been connected to for most her life. ...
... the baddies. The town plays on that greatly, with recreations, etc., etc., but there is some good stuff to have. The local town hall, now a museum has some fascinating researched material about the fight, that happened, the outcome and how the goodies were not prosecuted. There we also find a tale about how there was a crime committed and there were three accomplices, two directly and one indirectly. The first two were hanged, but the other ...
... inside the caverns. After the state placed low density lighting in the caves, kept the visitors away from the water source which is needed for caverns that are live, placed thick doors so oxygen didn’t get into the caves and built the walkways so no vandalism could be done the park was opened to the public in 1999. Can you imagine the State of Rhode Island trying to keep this a secret? Some big wigs in ...
... see swirls, I am gone before they get to me.
I’m tired. I want to stop. Nature take some pity then, rewards me with its awesome sights; Texas Canyon has huge boulders like I’ve never seen. I know that I can make it now, and sure enough, the sign appears where I’m supposed to turn. I’m headed southward now, where family waits for me.
All’s well, except I’m not quite sure what time it ...