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... and dove into the bread dipping it in olive oil and balsamic vinegar, it was "so good"! As we started nibbling on our salads Ross discovered a salad that would bear all else... A grilled Caesar salad. That's right grilled lettuce! It was totally unique and delicious. We were quite buzzed and happy when we left Vinaigrette, now it was time it go meet our Airb&b host and hostess. For those of you who don't know what Airb&b is, it's ...
... S), quesadilla (N), and enchiladas (D). Oh so fresh and tasty!
A short detour thru Old Town gave us a glimpse of the village but things were pretty closed up for the nite. I tell you, Betz and I could do days worth of damage in this town!! Back to our cozy room with J on a rollaway and a better sleep than the nite before. Off to a great start!
... are kept and many more planes outdoors. You can walk around and view tons of old planes.
We made our way to downtown Tucson and the historic area where we drove around for a little before going to dinner at El Charro. Their salsa was garlicky but good. My prickly pear margarita could have used more flavor. I had enchiladas el rancho (carnitas in a green chile crema with cheese) served with rice and charros. My mother had the carne seca burro which had a sort of strange ...
... The Sandia Peak Tramway starts in the desert realm of Cholla cactus and soars to the pines atop 10,678 Sandia Peak. It is the biggest Tramway in the world and takes fifteen minutes to get to the top. On Friday 11th we went to the evening event called Special Shape Glowdeo. This is when all the unusual shaped balloons fill up with hot air on the field and turn the burners on in the dark, but do not take off. I was shocked to see that the public can ...
... Cultural Centre to do the Pueblo of Acoma Tour. The Acoma people settled in the area roughly in the 1300s and have demonstrated a resilience since that time, surviving not just the environment but the Spanish And English. The tour takes you up from a Visitor's Centre on the valley floor to the Pueblo (village) atop a 365ft Mesa. It is still a functioning village with no modern niceties and ...