Fairfield Inn Tucson I-10/Butterfield Business Park
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Heated pool
- Microwave in room
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We finally got our acts together to go on our big adventure for the day by packing lots of water, slathering on sunblock, getting our sunglasses, and making sandwiches. (Yes, a Belle family travel lunch which was not confined to cheese and crackers and dried fruit and nuts. We are aiming to appease Michael, who would rather be home with his high school buddies, snowboarding in a last hurrah.)
A note about my sun hat. It is one of my more valued possessions, perhaps made more ...
I have been remiss ......we arrived in Phoenix around 2:00 on Westjet and took the Arizona Shuttle (very cramped mini bus, with the 2 of us stuck in the very back), to Ina where Sandro and Beatice picked us up.they have a lovely 2 bedroom townhouse on Skyline ....the development is called Tierra Catalina. There is a bedroom and bathroom downstairs behind the kitchen and living room and then the master bedroom is upstairs in a loft with another huge bedroom and bath. They have a ...
... to get directions back.
On my return it was dinner time. Swede got most of his work done and we headed to an English bar. It was a little further so I drove. We sat outside in a busy patio and the place was alive with people. This was a better setting, a cool evening, the setting sun, and a noisy bar. The atmosphere was great. But I needed an early night as I had an early start on my trip north tomorrow. We headed back and I camped on the couch as Swede watched House ...
Today is the first day of our adventure. While our initial plan was to take a 6 month leave of absence and travel, an opportunity was given to us that we couldn't pass up! My job has decided to send me to a supplier in the United Kingdom for some time to support a production line. After the job is done, we will continue ...
... but watchful hubby, Jerry, picked it up. Two flights later we are in Tucson for the night and are missing Seattle's cool climate. It feels like Chennai, India, where we lived for the past two years. It's definitely not a pedestrian friendly city. We are off tomorrow on the Amtrak train to El Paso where we will spend another ...