Fairfield Inn Tucson at Airport
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... was just ‘The Thing’ to use when crossing the old west or a life size diorama of a Middle Ages torture chamber, which was just ‘The Thing’ to get people to talk and lots of other stuff. Of course the main attraction was in the last building and almost lived up to our very low expectations but still, it was $2 well spent. To commemorate this wonderful side trip, Bill bought me a Day of the Dead bobble head for the dash of our truck. ...
... planes fly over and the Launch Coordinator would comment that we needed to wait until the planes were out of the launch path... He also said that sometimes the planes come our way just to see what we are doing down here!
So we say kids from maybe 7 years of age with adult supervision set up their rockets and ...
... had the chicken enchiladas. He says they are the best he has ever had.
We also visited the Arizona Historical Museum, which was very interesting, the 4th Avenue shopping district, which is eclectic and fun, and did a walking tour of the University of Arizona. It is huge.
We are now heading east in the middle of a record breaking rainstorm, according to the Weather Channel. Wish we could send some to California. Cheers!
... and also the wind farm museum (windmills and wind generated energy)
They were both great experiences. (I also got to satisfy my love for heavy machinery at the ag museum!)
Thursday was a fun day! We road tripped from Odessa, TX to Roswell, NM. The time in the car was ok (about 5 hours all up) the fun part was the following.
We stopped in Carlsbad on the way, and did a self guided underground cave tour! The carlsbad caverns are ...
... was in the Navy and knows some of these aircraft. The bone yard is located on the Air Force Base.
The Pima Air & Space Museum, located in Tucson, Arizona, is one of the world's largest non-government funded aerospace
museums. The museum features a display of nearly 300 aircraft spread
out over 80 acres (320,000 mē) on a campus occupying 127 acres