The Sonoran Respite
TripAdvisor Reviews The Sonoran Respite Tucson
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... the stars and listening to the coyotes. We are right on the edge of the desert so its a bit surreal . Tomorrow we are planning a hike but need to set of early due to the high temperatures here .
27/03 - Woke up today and opened the blinds to see one of these - blimey it frightened the B geezus out of me ! Its a Javalina some sort of desert pig thing but its not a pig at all really - anyway they ...
... of the vendors had some very interesting stuff. Sandro and Beatice have furnished their house with Mexican furniture which really suits the environment. We went to a near by restaurant called North which was yummy. Yesterday we drove up to Mt Lemon which is over 9,000 ft and the temp went down to 48 from 84... It went from desert to Saguaro cactus forest to oak forest to pine forest and semi alpine .....from Mexico to Canada in botanical terms. It was stunning......blue skies ...
... clear cool night. Cool, not cold, as were were in Darwin dress, shorts, shirt and thongs. The atmosphere was great and I met some of Swedes mates that were also at the bar. He also knew a few people that we just passed on the street. We ended up having more beers there then I had anticipated. And they were all a proper brewed beer so they were heavy on the alcohol. We were there till closing which was about 2 am, and made our way back to Swede's place and my spot on his ...
... Botanical Garden construction was started in 1939 and plants were moved and propagated to display plants of the desert… The gardens are 145 acres of land that’s been turned into 5 or 6 trails…from a few hundred yards to over a mile in length… each of the trails has a different ...
... pool, sunken bath - that I enjoyed before bed. I need one of those tubs.
We went out to dinner with the Paris'. It was so nice spending time with friends. You don'r realize how nice it is to have people that you can sit and talk with, reminisce about old times and simply enjoy each others company. We met some nice people on our trip but there is no replacement for ...
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