Holiday Inn Express Green Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Spent a really worthwhile few hours. Then drove into Saguaro NP, named for the tall cacti found almost only in the Tucson area. Visitor centre first for excellent slide presentation, then the Hohokam loop drive through the park, and few short walks to look at vegetation and also some petroglyphs. Warnings about rattle snakes again. Camped at a lovely desert campsite in Tucson Mountain Park. A really great ...
... feet and weighing 16,000 pounds or more. The blossom of the saguaro is the Arizona state flower. Yesterday we visited the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, an interpretive center showing the diversity of the Sonoran Desert region, which is the lushest desert on earth. The museum offers a zoo, botanical garden, art gallery, natural history museum, aquarium, and aviary. One of the most interesting things ...
... development involves seeing a situation from another person's point of view. It is not selfishness when one believes that everyone thinks and feels the same as they do. Jean Piaget calls this egocentrism. We become comfortable with the world as we see it. Early in our lives, we come to conclude that everyone interacts with and interprets the world in the same way that we do. And if they don't, they are different, wrong, or unusual.
When one considers ...
... running down the campground road right in front of D and I as we biked!
This is a very peaceful campsite, one that lends itself to sitting in a lawn chair sipping a margarita or a beer, watching the moon rise and listening to the coyotes yip! The view from our trailer window was classic ...
... each. They were decommissioned in the early 1980's & the others were all destroyed. This is the only one that remains as it was in those days, although now inactive. The tour takes you underground where they were stored. We are staying in the parking lot of Casino Del Sol, on the outskirts of Tucson, we reckon there must be at least 50 RV's parked here for the night. Today has been even warmer, high 80's & tomorrow is supposed to be in the 90's, at least the nights are cooling ...