Holiday Inn Express Tucson Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We paid our fee and were directed out back where we found a series of tin barn like buildings filled with random weird but interesting antiques and displays. Most items are protected by glass or fencing, but otherwise exposed to the elements and generally in pretty bad condition. Nevertheless, they had some cool stuff like a car Hitler used or the carriage Lincoln rode in to his inauguration. Of course they had a lot of cheesy stuff like a covered ...
... planes fly over and the Launch Coordinator would comment that we needed to wait until the planes were out of the launch path... He also said that sometimes the planes come our way just to see what we are doing down here!
So we say kids from maybe 7 years of age with adult supervision set up their rockets and ...
... accidentally dropped a burro into the frying pan and when the oil
splashed up she was about to lash out a common Spanish cuss word
starting with “Ch” but because she was amongst her young nieces and
nephews, changed it to “Chimichanga”, the equivalent of “thingamajig.”
Thankfully for all of us, Monica was a controlled and creative cuss."
The food was fantastic! I had the Chimichanga ...
... cry from what we get around the local valleys. It was kind of annoying seeing it really.
The romanticism and feeling of milking and managing a smaller herd, with gorgeous surroundings and more care for animal welfare and the land is much nicer than the factory farming environment here. It's literally just BIG FARMS, BIG NUMBERS, BIG LAND OWNERSHIP. (Everything is bigger in Tex
Texas is a cool place, everything is actually bigger, the cars, ...
... when the parking lot is empty (it’s Saturday) and there is a big sign: “no parking for Sabino Canyon – violators will be towed away”… and then 3 feet behind the first one another sign, this time the “will be towed away” part triple underlined… now that feels like a real good parking spot J… when we were still talking if we should park or not, a family parked and they told us, ...