Residence Inn Tucson Williams Centre
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We spent the evening just talking and sharing and enjoying the dogs' antics.
Tucson guests were back at the hotel around 9:30 and turned in soon after.
... pear cactus, the totem pole cactus – which looks really cute.
And to have some breaks from the heat in the life in the rocks we saw the animals living in the dark, we walked through some ‘manmade caves’, saw some nice tropical fish in the cool inside, saw all kind of colors in minerals in a ‘mine’, and nearly got lost in the labyrinth.
... a motel with them together. We wanted to end our trip with the Dutch guys with visiting the strip club next door but sadly they just wouldn't accept our IDs. We went back to the motel room and went to bed. About 30 minutes after we went to bed the police knocked on our room because they where looking for someone in that area. That was the last excitement till we went to ...
... 11 am on through the evening. Some of these winds are predicted to be in the high 60’s. It is a good thing we didn’t have far to drive. Drove over to the east of Tucson and went by the Air Force base with moth balled planes for miles stored here for parts and whatever. There is a museum but if you don’t have a permit you can’t get near the planes.
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