Four Points By Sheraton Tucson Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... so excited to get showers that we didn't waste any time.
We had to get re-organized causing some interesting discussions between Mom and Dad...Kallen kindly informed us that we needed to each go to timeout! Oh my, how kids don't miss a beat! I am always amazed 'after the fact' at the content of discussion in those times of 'issue.' Chris and I probably sounded like two little kids to Kallen. Good thing we can laugh now!
... discovering that not every house has a back, not every wooden pillar is made of wood and not every stone shed is made of stone. We checked out the courthouse, the saloon, the sheriff’s office, the Silver lake park with a lot of old cartridges, visited the 'antique car’ section (opps no cars there), walked around the old squares, visited a real ‘neat’ graveyard… hopefully our grave stone has not "Hanged ...
We woke up this morning at 11 in our beds. And had one of the best mornings on our trip. We swam in his pool had brat for breakfast which was not fluffy and only air we really had to chew. We listened to jack Johnson music on Pandora Radio and the sun was burning with 32C. We tried to do some of our laundry and then we went to the University. We had lunch at Panda Express on ...
... quite a distance, almost to the Missile Museum site. We spoke to the woman at the museum who told us that these hills were part of the open pit copper mine and that there were tours available. So, of course, Greg and I decided to visit the copper mine. What an experience! The open pit is two miles in diameter and 1600 feet deep. The mine has been in operation since 1899 and besides copper, they ...
... the desert heat hitting triple digits for many days in a row. Just this morning I visited with my neighbor across the street while harvesting another box of his mesquite bean pods from his front yard tree. In saying goodbye to all this I am even more grateful. With that in mind, I'm thrilled for the journey ahead of me and hope I can soak it all up, adding the knowledge and experiences I gain to my teaching pedagogy.
For 4 weeks I'll ...