TownePlace Suites Tucson
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... historic trail that I hope to walk tomorrow. Then, on home to make dinner for the crew due this evening.
We really enjoyed our meal with Emily's buddies. The backyard sang with laughter as we skipped from one subject to another. I can see why Emily is enjoying her time with this group of interesting, intelligent and fun people.
Best (first) dinner party we've ever given for a group of people we don't know in a house that isn't ours!
... for me. I want to be as open as possible to what I find, feel, see, hear and sense.
It is exciting, intimidating, and amazing. And I just hope to God (literally) I haven't forgotten something crucial...
I'll begin with a prayer: may my travel, and my experiences, serve God. And may this be a journey towards the meaning and source of holiness.
... We visited a fortress which was rebuilt two times by the French and literally demolished two times by the British back in early 19th century. Down to Nova Scotia and to marvel at the huge tidal change of 50 feet and other ...
... about the filming at the Tucson museum (picture below just for grandad) we walked in the footsteps of John Wayne....We saw the courthouse, drank prickly pear cactus margaritas, visited the sweet shop and locked Isaac up in the jail.....
After an afternoon of fun we set off back to Scottsdale. Dinner at Joe's Farm Grill (as seen on Diners, Drive Ins and Dives) with the best burgers ever! Quick dip in the pool and off to bed. What a ...
... the lids to the septic. Yikes. We disconnected, and flew outta there without making coffee or having breakfast, even though it wasn't my fault, I didn't want a hassle with the LOOSER management.
So we headed toward Alamogordo on Route 54, because southern New Mexico has a lot of fascinating, historic stuff we wanted to see. Here's what we were ...