Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Tucson
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... in between. We fed the hummingbirds and the Gila woodpeckers and had a great time watching them along with the quail, the jack rabbits, quail, and, for the last few days, a pair of brightly colored cardinals.
We discovered that Tucson is a foodie town and joined right in. We ate chicken tacos, pork tacos, beef tacos, duck tacos and vegetarian tacos. We taste-tested ...
9/30/14 - Left Indio,CA for Yuma, AZ. On this day, we traveled by the Salton Sea, Sonny Bono National Wildlife Preserve and passed tons of groves of Palm Trees/Fig Farms. It was a very hot day and a long day at that. As we were getting closer to AZ, the towns we passed through were really run down - almost looked like a lost world. US Border patrols were seen along the roadways as well and as we entered Arizona, we had to ...
... Andrew had a chicken burger and fries which was very nice, it was basted and smothered in a BBQ sauce with a diet coke. narrated by Vincent Price and an epitaph reading material. We left at 12.45 pm and are headed for our destination tonight. Tombstone was not my bag and although I had a nice time, it wasn't my thing. Chandra handed out the Tombstone Epitah to each of us at when we were back on board the bus, it's a newspaper. We had a ...
... frozen. Yesterday we saw about 20 swans on an ice floe in front of the house -- here is a not-too-clear photo of two of them. An amazing sight! Tomorrow we are supposed to have 5 to 7 inches of snow. We hope everyone is having a good winter and looking forward as we are to some warmth this spring!
Diane and Susan
... It is in the middle of the desert (you probably assumed this to some degree, but I mean only cacti as far as the eye can see. The museum houses desert wildlife fossils, terrariums, aviaries, aquariums (before you think I'm stupid and tell all your friends how ignorant I am, there are ponds- it's not a sand desert) and open air enclosures.
I split my time in Tucson between Sneha's apartment and the house that Amanda and Celeste share with three other girls (one ...