Holiday Inn Express Tucson Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
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... but settled in to cool down and eat before too long. The lunch was a great break and I appreciated girl-time with Em and her friend.
I decided to pop into the Presidio San Agustin del Tucson, mostly to figure out what it was. It turns out that it is a bastion of colonialism as a reconstruction of the Spanish Fort constructed in 1775. It reminded me of Old Fort Niagara in many ways. I encountered another enthusiastic docent, who ignored my response that I ...
Enjoyed three magnificent days at one of our favourite campsites, Gilbert Ray, on the west side of Tucson near the Saguaro National Monument. The setting here is terrific, with campsites set up to maximize the views of the mountains and the desert landscape. Coyotes run free, and we saw several of them, ...
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... situated in the Sonoran Desert foothills away from the hustle of PHX, yet not too faraway, where the streets are named Easy Street, Ho and Hum Roads, Tranquil Trails and my favorite..Nevermind Trail. The small city center was impeccably pretty and clean. I read a description that said it is picturesque and a bit whimsical. I loved the laidback peacefulness of this town! On another day we took a drive to Sedona which was beautiful …and ...
... There was supposedly quite a bit of construction and slow downs, but we only ran into one and that turned out to be a combination construction zone and major, major accident. The construction was on a 6% downgrade of several miles. Evidently to two cement trucks were going down the hill following each other quite closely. I guessing that the one in front had a blowout and while trying to gain control the one ...