Comfort Inn Tucson
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... was just ‘The Thing’ to use when crossing the old west or a life size diorama of a Middle Ages torture chamber, which was just ‘The Thing’ to get people to talk and lots of other stuff. Of course the main attraction was in the last building and almost lived up to our very low expectations but still, it was $2 well spent. To commemorate this wonderful side trip, Bill bought me a Day of the Dead bobble head for the dash of our truck. ...
... them into the air... And I’m sure some of the Grand Parents were in their 60’s and 70’s.
In each case the person in charge... runs the Launch Control... in our case during the 3 hours we were there... They would announce that the launch area was cold and safe... If you had a rocket to launch ...
... had the chicken enchiladas. He says they are the best he has ever had.
We also visited the Arizona Historical Museum, which was very interesting, the 4th Avenue shopping district, which is eclectic and fun, and did a walking tour of the University of Arizona. It is huge.
We are now heading east in the middle of a record breaking rainstorm, according to the Weather Channel. Wish we could send some to California. Cheers!
... the road signs, the speed limits, the list goes on.
Everyone loves our Aussie accent. We often are not understood by waitresses/barmen/people in general because of our Aussie twang.
A lot of people we ask in Texas often say they have either never heard the Aussie accent or they have only heard it once or twice. (I guess there aren't a lot of Aussies that road trip through random parts of Texas?)
The other scenery we saw on the way down ...
... park here on the weekend, and as long there is no event going on its ok… so let’s hope the best and we hopefully find our holiday cruiser again.
What is really nice, in the 1930s they built a road 3.8 mi up the Canyon – today a Tram is driving up and down this road and you can hop on and off at 9 different stops. So we jumped on and rode all the way up to the last stop… enjoyed the little history ...