TownePlace Suites Tucson Airport
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... ball courts as well as tennis and Pickle ball. Pickle ball is a combination of pieces of various games: played on a badminton sized court, with a tennis height net, something like ping-pong paddles without foam, and a baseball sized "wiffle" ball (plastic with holes).
This morning we played Bocci Ball and Don played the golf course in the afternoon and shot 35!. I spent the afternoon by the pool, in the sun reading...very nice!
... empty tile shop and the second had vanished. Anyway having had no breakfast three of us went to an nearby 'Arbys'. (JB wisly decided to have a kip in the Beast) I can only recommend a visit to Arbys if you want to see just how low you can go when it comes to food! We ordered the Breakfast which came prepacked in a microwaved box. the scrambled eggs were just edible the round sausage slice looked so revolting I didn't touch it and there was a pile of hash browns. NOT good. ...
... for our main course sized salad. There was bread and butter also. The waitress came around and took and drink orders and then our meal orders. Andrew and I both ordered fillet mignon steak which came with beans and potatoes. It was divine. I smothered mine in butter and sour cream. It was so wholesome and satisfying. We were able to meet other members of our tour and spend time chatting to them and get to know them better. There after came dessert, ...
The next morning we went down and rushed through our continental breakfast in record time (which is a fancy way of saying we had to stuff our faces as quickly as possible) in order to catch our 9am bus to Phoenix. I really hated having to spend our last morning together in such frenzy, but we made it with five minutes to spare so it turned out to be quite necessary.
We said our goodbyes to Kara and Adhara, who have been two of our closest friends over the past nine years. I'm ...
... only part of this place that is no bueno. But, you could use the pool next door. People here use it all the time and I don't think they say anything." I checked into my room and my body felt as if I had been on a treadmill for 15 hours...I felt as if I was still moving, even when I was still. My body wanted to keep moving forward, but my eyes watered from the fatigue. My ears began to pop back to normal.
I scurried over to the pool in my blue one-piece and jumped in. ...