Hampton Inn Tucson-North
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to ask the closest spot to buy some.
The only spot on the trail with a letterbox was across the street, at the museum at the historic railroad depot. Just as I was coming around the corner, a docent was opening the lock to let a boy and his family in to climb up into the steam engine within a cast-iron fence. The family were train enthusiasts, and lost me with their comments. The fun part was climbing up into the working area of the engine to see where ...
... are bats who feed on the nectar.
- Birds like to build nests inside holes in the Saguaro
- It is illegal to harm a saguaro in Arizona and special permits are required to move or destroy any saguaro.
- The ribs of the saguaro were used for construction and other purposes by Native Americans.
- It is native to the Sonoran Desert in Arizona, the Mexican State of Sonora, & parts of California.
We met up with ...
... by the clenched fist on the chair they were ready to jump him if he made one wrong move. The guy really was just was an idiot not a train jumper. We were delayed another hour at that station while I think they did some repairs on the train because the power kept switching on and off. I should of let them drag that guy off the train...he stole my pillow later on when I was on the observation deck. After it touched his head I didn't really want it back. I was tempted to hide ...
... the Mexico border with even more eclectic people living there. We enjoyed our visit and I hope you enjoy the pictures I took of why this place is a little “different”. Then we went on to Tombstone, AZ. We strolled around a bit, was slightly taken aback by the paved roads in this historic tourist town (disappointed they didn’t keep it more authentic), had a great sandwich and a Big Ass Beer (their words, not mine ) at Big Nose ...
... plants and geology. There were heaps of lovely animals that I've never seen before including beavers, bobcats, prairie dogs, hummingbirds and some not-so-lovely like snakes! The plants were so different too! We carried on to the Mission San Xavier del Bac, a historic Spanish Catholic mission about 10 miles south of downtown Tucson, Arizona, on the Tohono O'odham San Xavier Indian Reservation. It is a beautiful church that is currently being restored to its former glory, ...