Fairfield Inn & Suites Sierra Vista
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the O.K. Corral shootout with the Earps and Boot Hill cemetery, Tombstone is well worth the visit! After lunch we walked around the town and hit the road at 2:30pm. We got distracted trying to find a gas station in north Phoenix, and made two unscheduled detours enroute. We ended up getting into Kingman a little later than planned ... 2 hours ...
... just before the sun set on us. The Americas Best Value Inn is quaint and vintage at best. Located in new Bisbee, this older property has seen better days but the staff was friendly and our family appreciated the 1960's style of the rooms. Of course, as long as there's wi-fi, everything's good in the world. Today's 'gross-out' activity was my oldest child Esai, eating a lollipop with a meal worm it in. He was good for the dare and we have the photos to prove ...
... monitors were also enjoying the incredible views. One of several BP we saw while roaming through the remote desert roads in AZ.
Slightly dreading the treacherous drive back down, I was relieved when my informative and lively tour guides said there is another way and only half as treacherous. We ended up at Parker Lake, and were lucky enough to stumble across it being restocked. It ...
... it when you can hear the booms from the Army practice their bombing runs. Wait.....what?
Well, that's what we have at Apache Flats RV Park here on Fort Huachuca Army Base.
The base covers 76,000 acres of high desert, surrounded by the Huachuca Mountains. It's located in Sierra Vista, only 15 miles north of the border of Mexico. The base was built in 1877, in an attemp to counter ...
... hand the spirit of community that exists amongst American folk, so warm, generous and truly supportive of each other.
Thank you Joan and Hans for allowing us to tread for a while in your shoes.
At the start of the day we were seeing the traditional western cactus as we had for part of yesterday. These are the tall, metres high kind, with the one or two branches held up like a human arm bent at the elbow, the ...