Hampton Inn Tucson-North
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Tucson
... caverns) formed underground and then collapsed inwards. The result was the bottomless lakes, a gorgeous array of clear, clean lakes with beautiful beaches in the middle of the desert. Fantastic swimming, astonishing views and great fun! We spent around an hour and a half swimming, relaxing and exploring the limestone banks before heading back into the alien fixated town of Roswell.
Friday was a bit of a slow day. We travelled further east toward ...
... kept by the US Air force.
Is in the Catalina Mountains and is one amazing Canyon.
Parking: When we arrived the first thing we got told, is the parking place is full… but we can have a check… and for making it more interesting there is no parking along the road…. A lady gave us the tip to drive a little bit up the road and park in the school parking lot: great ...
I took my leave of my niece and family this morning after breakfast after a wonderful 2-day visit, and headed east on Interstate 8. This interstate basically straddles the US/Mexico border through California and western Arizona, so between this route and my earlier travels to northwestern Canada, it's fair to say that I’ve run a pretty fair gamut of the US and Canada on this adventure.
Heading out of San Diego, ...
... least see a little of the nightlife. We tried to get ready as fast as possible but when we arrived at 4th ave, the party mile of tucson, was it already1:45 which left us 15 min to see some clubs and bars till they'll close. It was still funded walked downtown and met some cool people from all over the world on the street. After that we split up from bill and drove to the campus of the university of Arizona. At around 5 we arrived back at our Host's house and went to ...
... desert sort of like an airport ghost town. Remarkably, most of the planes are still being maintained so that they can be returned to service. The planes are first coated with a black lacquer to seal out the dust and then covered with a white film to moderate the temperature extremes. The military decided to locate the Boneyard in the Arizona desert because of the low humidity ...