La Quinta Inn & Suites NW Tucson Marana
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... the southeren Tucson desert. This was the only one left in all of the US as they were all destroyed as part of a treaty with the USSR.
I enter the site and I am immediately put on a site tour. It started with a video on facts behind the site, the nuclear missile program and the security procedures the site enforced. We place on our hard hats and head outside and down into the silo. Down the stairs and into the control room you feel the isolation and sterility of ...
Today is the first day of our adventure. While our initial plan was to take a 6 month leave of absence and travel, an opportunity was given to us that we couldn't pass up! My job has decided to send me to a supplier in the United Kingdom for some time to support a production line. After the job is done, we will continue ...
Seven hours after finishing my Americorps program, I left San Antonio at 4am on Saturday, June 8th. I fit my entire life into two suit cases, a backpack, and a tiny blue suitcase that my abuelita (grandmother in Spanish) had given me. My 10-year-old blue Subaru Outback, named Carmen, was ready to go. As a ten year old who obsessed over Animal Planet shows, this was the car that I needed to have if I ever were to save the dingos in Australia with the Croc Hunter. After merging onto ...
... clears some I know he is missing Fon. We also have a number of friends in the Mesa area and we are looking forward to catching up with them! We want to see what the " snowbird life " is like. Sounds like fun to me because everyone we spoke to they had to look at their calendar and see when they are available because they are so busy! After Mesa we will head to San Diego. So, more blogs to come. ...
... we cruise down Main we take a last look at the shops obsessed with alien artifacts and souvenirs, the hotels that welcome alien visitors and the ever vigilant, ever watchful alien street lights.
After a short one and a half hour drive we are at the caverns of Carlsbad. It is early and we have time so we opt for the natural entrance to the taverns. You can choose to take elevator down-elevator up, or ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services