TownePlace Suites Tucson
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it was well done for a bunch of armatures, funny and fun. The next day we laid out by the pool. It is top notch with a hot tub, BBQ area, mini putt, tons of chairs and loungers an all round nice area.
We decided to head out to Sabino Canyon, bad idea as it was Saturday and everyone from Tucson was there. Obviously a very popular area! We couldn't even find a place to park so we put it off for another day and headed for ...
We spent the past 10 days out in Tucson Mountain Park near the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum. We have been visiting this area since 1999 and have always learned new things. We love walking around the various areas and seeing the flora and fauna. From the bees and butterflies to the birds and the big cats and sheep.
Our routine would be to go over to ASDM around 0830 when ...
... of shirts we moved on.
Using a combination of Sat Nav and telephoned instructions we made it to Patricks Automobiles in Casa Grande and got a great welcome from Patrick, who is in his 70s and his wife who we suspect runs the place. As JB is restoring an old Chevrolet Corvette and JR has a 1988 C1500 Silverado Chevrolet pickup I had thought they might be interested. We were given a short tour and shown pictures of various restorations they had done before ...
... the orange glow that began to blanket the earth.
On the way back to the city we stopped at the Bass Pro Shop which is a bi-level mecca of all things related to the outdoors. They have interactive games and a huge aquarium full of fish that one either thinks is cute or one wants to catch and eat. We "shot" owls in a shooting gallery, raced cars on a big electric racetrack, and the girls galloped around on wooden horses. I hate to say it, but it even beats Fleet & ...
... close to it she could taste it, when out of nowhere, a man (presumably a smelly french one) crushed that dream.
What happened then you ask?
This young lassie packed up her bags and headed south of the border with her dream of traveling to France still lingering in the back of her head.
I shall save you all from my gushy feelings about Paraguay because, well, we've already discussed those those in my previous blog and ...