Hampton Inn & Suites Tucson East / Williams Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... states) to get to the other side of town - by the time we got there the temperature had gone up to the 30s ! Beautiful location though right up in the mountains so the views from this place are amazing . Was really impressed with the humming bird enclosure as you can get soo close to them and they are just the cutest birds in the world.
In the evening we sat on our patio watching the sun go down ...
We set up our spot and then headed to the rental car place to pick Abbie up. On the way back to the park we did a little grocery shopping.
We had a blast chatting, drinking and bbq for the evening. We had a cotton tail visit. We left an ear of corn on the lawn for the little thing but it was still there, untouched, the next morning.
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... in a small historic town and had a very welcome banana split at DQ. Then on further to the dusty town of Winkleman with a large copper mine. We arrived in Tucson after a very pleasant drive and checked into the very lovely Arizona Inn. An elegant hotel retaining its bygone era feel with large comfortable rooms. All set in huge lawned grounds. Not far from downtown but very quiet. And free ice cream every night by the ...
... a shame to miss and has inspired a whole new appreciation for this environment. Prior to this visit I had considered the words "lush" and "desert" to be mutually exclusive and not likely to be connected in the same context. Comes highly recommended by us and numerous others who have had the opportunity to view this location. During our desert visit Tuscon received record breaking temperatures of 85 degrees Farenheit
In Tuscon we ...
... the other ways they are propagated… and lets use a Prickly Pear Cactus as an example… this cactus is like a group of large leaves… one on another… to propagate this cactus you cut off each of the leaves… let them lay on the ground for a week or two… Trim a little off the end ...