Hampton Inn & Suites Tucson East / Williams Centre
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... slept. An hour or so later, we hit those long straight roads, still with lots of trucks, but clean desert air and wide open spaces.
Crossed the Arizona border and head towards Phoenix, then south to Tucson. Spent our last few hours of daylight in one of our favourite places, the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum and Saguaro National Park. (Pronounced ...
... 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 ...
... save the plants… now with some of them endangered… it’s a must… so the society gets lots of calls… Today there are about 1200 members of the society and they run a park of their own in Tucson… BTW there’s a great beverage or punch made from "Prickly Pear Cactus"… ...
... close to it she could taste it, when out of nowhere, a man (presumably a smelly french one) crushed that dream.
What happened then you ask?
This young lassie packed up her bags and headed south of the border with her dream of traveling to France still lingering in the back of her head.
I shall save you all from my gushy feelings about Paraguay because, well, we've already discussed those those in my previous blog and ...
... cactus. Then off to a mission San Xavier Del Bac built in the late 1700s of course built by the Spaniards and still in use. It has been well taken care of over the years and some still original some refurbished . The inside is so ornate and they still have mass every day. We also spent a day walking downtown seeing the El Presidio Historic District where Tucson had it's beginnings. We ...