TownePlace Suites Tucson
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... coming after Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz.
Tucson provided us with a week in a real house. We met our friends Tony and Heather there and together rented a beautiful, modern house near the center of town. Heather planned the week’s activities with a scientist’s attention to detail and managed to satisfy the whims and desires of each of us.
We all agreed the ...
... early evening. I guess there are some big jobs in the area which solicit workers throughout the state/from other states.
10/8/14 - Bruce made a service appointment for the motorhome to get some regularly needed maintenance done and we also made an appointment to have Sandy groomed. While the motorhome was in service and Sandy at the groomer, we were able to venture to downtown Tucson. It's really an awesome town - big. The ...
... Elizabeth who joined us agin for the third time, they are nice anyway. At 7.00 pm it's switched off and so Andrew went up to the servo for some beers. He came back with imported Heineken pints, 8 for $11 plus tax, now we have to drink them! I only had two and we watched the end of Desolation of Smog, just right where I turned off the movie in LA the other night and we watched most of Captain America too but stilled managed to have a reasonably early ...
... magnificent animals. Each exhibit has lots of information on where they are from, how they lived, and how conservation efforts are saving the animals for future generations.
Your first thought is a sad one to see so many animals (dead) in one room. But then you realize that this museum is dedicated to conservation efforts and in trying to save what animals we have left on this planet.
... available historical data to make compelling assumptions about certain things that he says had to be true of a 1st Century Jewish peasant from Nazareth.
If you are gong to read this book, be ready to have some myths dispelled. His assumptions include the assertions that Jesus was illiterate, that he had multiple brothers and sisters, that he must have first been a disciple of John the Baptist and only started his own ministry after John was beheaded. ...