Hampton Inn & Suites Tucson East / Williams Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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In the desert there are over 25 species of cactus: hedgehog; barrel; fishhook; teddybear cholla; and prickly pear are some seen in this park. The Creosote bush is the most widespread of all North American desert plants. Mesquite trees supply shade for the small animals in the desert. Ocotillo sprouts leaves within days after a rain and then drops them as moisture disappears. Desert Marigold is an annual and is abundant in the ...
... with garlands and ornaments galore. Christmas is upon us and I'm loving it!
Now that Thanksgiving is over and I only have two weeks left here, I realised that it is also only two weeks until summer. I have started working out again so I can pretend I haven't been a fat blob for months now- good luck to me!
Can't wait to see you all and to make you jealous with all my new toys and clothes!
Much love and thankfulness to have you all in my life!
Woke up a little early today and made juice in the Vita Mix. While I was making the juice, Theresa spotted bike riders across the dry wash to the south. So, after fixing a flat on my bike we hit the bike path for a great ride. We found a park complete with pond along the way and were back at RV by 10 am or so.
After a bite to eat we left for Colossal Cave Mountain Park and a cave tour. I can't say this ...
Although football is Australia's unofficial "national sport", Cricket is the favorite International sporting teams among men.
Rugby is Australia's is the most popular In winter sports. Soccer is played by the young, but once age sets in, these players often turn to Rugby.
... sorry mum! I did wear sunblock, but I missed a spot). The Aussies, Brits and I posed with a statue of the school mascot, the wildcat- need to get in all the cheesy touristy stuff before the locals all flock back into town!
There is still so much to sort out before I can properly settle in, but am now happy pottering about on my own instead of hiding in my room! I must sort out getting an American phone number, a bank account and moving ...