La Quinta Inn & Suites Tucson Airport
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... The two blast doors were always shut and only four crew manned the silo in long shifts. Stuck underground maintaining a missile, equipment and waiting for nuclear war sounds horrible. The control room reeked of old school technology. I guess it should as the program was closed in the early 80s. We went through the life underground and the procedures to launch missile and destroy the world, simulating it with the systems. It was pretty interesting. We then went to the ...
... leave of absence and continue to travel around the world. Sadly I have to make the first leg of the trip on my own as Logan has to stay behind to finish up stuff around the house and I had to be to work on Wednesday.
So Logan dropped me off at the airport and I lugged my 2 enormous checked bags, one being lucky ...
... the highway which would lead me to El Paso and eventually to Los Angeles, I pulled over just to make sure that I indeed did have my passport. My phone, playlists, starbucks espresso drinks, savings, and my passport were all that mattered at the time. That same U.S. passport that had taken me 21 years to acquire would be my ticket to Japan within a few days. Armed with the energy of my bubbly, Pink Lemonade Starbucks refresher in a can and the thought of finally returning to the ...
We spent a week nestled in the foothills of the beautiful Catalina Mountains at Grandma and Grandpa Jack's desert hideaway. The female members of the family enjoyed shopping while the men went go-carting. Rubi and Henri got a workout shoveling gravel (gravel is big in Arizona).We explored the desert and went hiking in Bear Canyon. The normally dry riverbeds were filled with snowmelt as a result of the blizzard on thursday. ...
... hike up, hike down-hike up, hike down-elevator up we choose the latter. The hike enters through the bat flight entrance and descends 880 feet through a series of switchbacks and pathways. Natural light penetrates the cave for a few hundred feet then artificial light becomes the only source of illumination. The grade going down is easy and would be suitable for all ages. As we move further under the new Mexico ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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