Holiday Inn Chandler
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Woke up in Tombstone and enjoyed our free hotel breakfast. It was practically restaurant service so we felt a bit pathetic when all we had was two dollars in quarters to tip.
We then moseyed over to Boothill Graveyard for our last stop in Tombstone, AZ to see the tombstones of the casualties of the O.K. Corral shootout among others. …
... which was one of the oldest ones still standing in town. The house was build by Dr. Rossen who was a physician at one of the forts and later was the mayor of Phoenix. It took 4 years to renovate and since they did not have pictures of insides that had to research as they were pulling down layers of wallpaper which then had to be replicated. The hardwood floors were good and most of the downstairs rooms had inlays around the outer portion. It was the first house in Phoenix ...
... We just hung around here this morning and afternoon and later headed to the theater to meet up with Elizabeth, Phyllis and Donna. The show was Nunsense and was great! I know it has been performed many times over the years and even a movie but I had not seen it. The actors were great! One gal, Gina, had the facial expressions that were sooooo good. Really enjoyed the whole thing. Back home to relax for a bit as it was 11 pm.
After we found the keys, we headed out on the road. It was a really pretty drive through Southern Utah. We wished we had time to go to Zion National Park. I guess that will be another trip. As we were on the highway to the North Rim, we got caught in a storm. First heavy rain and than hail. As soon as we go to the North Rim, it was clear at ...
... by side that we could go out into the hills so I can get more awesome pictures of the cactus, hills and desert up close and personal! Uh huh! Yep, Sure! Our friends Gail & Dale just got a ...