Hampton Inn & Suites Tucson East / Williams Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and small sachets of 'Ocean Breeze' shampoo which might have been enough to wash your pet hamster.
I had decided very early on that this was not a place for a full scale wash, but more of a lick and a promise... but Kate enjoys a shower, so she bravely leapt from her cold bed and into the shower.
This was when we discovered that the wigwam was also fitted with an extremely sensitive smoke alarm. The tiniest curl of steam escaped and set off the ...
... a slightly cloudy day... a lot of walking up on rocks, between the rocks, through different kinds of cactus - they changed as the elevation increased and finally we are in the middle of the desert at some water pools, with like everywhere else huge rocks or stones... real spectacular!
Biosphere 1 is the earth and this should be a "Mini ...
Been off for a couple of days. I decided to see how good the hospital system in Tucson is, so I got into something I shouldn't have and got a little diverticulitis attack and went to St. Joseph's Hospital. I am better now and today we decided to do a "touristy" thing and went to Old Tucson. Old Tucson Studio's is set out in the desert south of the city and has been the western setting ...
... the first stop where I can't upload pics - the WiFi only works in the hotel lobby (what !!?) and wiring up all our cameras and sitting there for 3 hours isn't really possible !
Got up early for a ride through Bryce Canyon (and back). Raining but the sight of deer roaming around and the strange hoodoos - stone pillars almost like stalagmites - made up for it. Got caught in heavy showers all the way today but some sunshine dried us out. Strange to think we ...
... and great friends!
In the morning Nancy and Dana planned on outing for us to Sabino Canyon, giving us a chance to learn a little about native plants and cactus. Kim and her little grandson, Brayden, joined us as we rode the trolley through the canyon. Saguaros, tall prickly giants, patiently grow for 60-70 years just to begin sprouting arms. Palo verde trees aptly named for "green stick" as they store chlorophyll in the bark and appear as green trees. ...