Hampton Inn & Suites Tucson East / Williams Centre
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Breakfast in Texas, lunch in New Mexico and supper in Arizona Stopped in to tombstone, neat place, a little off season so not all open yet. Had fun at Big Nose Kate's Saloon. This morning we found out we were on the edge of hurricane Manuel, flash flood warnings for west Texas, we dodged major rain till noon, then we were good. One small shower, then cleared up and rode into the sunset into ...
... wouldn't believe the computer they had!
Daddy's 70th was the best day of all. We went to a horse ranch to have lunch. We went downtown to a brand new Rum Bar for his birthday dinner. It was just a great day, celebrating a big birthday!
When we left the next day the energy changed. No one really wanted the great trip to end. It was a hard goodbye, and we missed each other immediately. Still do. Love you guys! Learn that technology! You can do it!
While Pete was in Incline working for diesel, I visited the Tohono Chul garden, a smaller version of Old Tucson Museum. This is just as interesting and charming. Tohono means desert, Chul means elbow, translated to mean a corner of the Arizona Desert. After a delicious salmon salad at the garden's bistro I took an hour guided tour. I'm so full of factoids my head is spinning. I'll keep the information to the ...
... most people but only a few would realise it. I realise how lucky I am and I'm trying to fully appreciate each day. It's a bit of balancing act - the nature of the trip means we have to cover the miles, but also want to avoid rushing and missing stuff. Had a deep and meaningful conversation with JB over a beer yesterday and drew some other conclusions too - he misses his wife Cristina, and I miss my dog Maggie ! Eventually got to the Grand Canyon - managed to get in almost free ...
Today we head back to the University of Arizona to view the Museum of Art. It contains Tucson’s premier art collection. Seven centuries of
art in one museum. Home to the spectacular, 26 surviving panels of the
Altarpiece of Ciudad Rodrigo, acknowledged by scholars as the finest
15th century Castilian altarpiece outside of Spain.http://photosynth.net/view.aspx?c ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking