Fairfield Inn Tucson at Airport
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... shaped, and man-made beauty in our choice of sacred sites? And what kinds of experiences do these sites
engender for believers and other visitors?
This class will focus on the most ancient sacred places of pre-history,
before moving on to the holiest sites for Christians, Jews, and Muslims in
Europe and the Middle East. Rabbi Cohon recently returned from his
sabbatical trip to the holiest places on ...
... van but did not stop. Guess he made the decision that an old white lady in a camper was not out there to pick up narcos or illegals!
Back on the interstate again near the New Mexico-Arizona border we quickly made our way to Tucson. Somewhat to our chagrin we discovered that we had incurred a 2-hour time change in the day’s drive and while it was dinnertime for us, it was mid-afternoon for Tucson! Too tired to contemplate cooking in the campground, we wanted ...
We left Cleveland on January 26th and took a leisurely 7 days to drive across country to the condo rented in Tucson for the month of February — around 2,500 miles before we were through. We drove about 350 miles a day and tried to stop every day for something to see along the way to make the trip interesting -- a little bit of Americana.
We detoured to Vandalia, Illinois to see ...
... fits the environment perfectly with the use of rock, cacti, and other native plants such as the palo verde tree with its green trunk and branches, the Arizona state tree. There were quite a few palm trees though, which was surprising to us.
... painted and several books from the 1750’s.
Also interesting is a nearby little hill with 2 lions guarding a kind of graveyard (with only one cross and one grave)… As where not far away is a colorful cemetery with signs "no photographs". Overall a very nice side trip.
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And like a lot of other RV’er we are becoming ...