Days Inn Tucson Convention Center
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... Tucson Tamale Company. I am not actually a big fan of Tamales. Most of the ones I have had in my life have been worthless. Up until this point, the only Tamale I considered better than edible was one served to me by a street vendor at the town square in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Well The Tucson Tamale company changed all that! They had a variety of unusual, delicious and well stuffed Tamales served at the counter of a help yourself to the salsa bar kind of place.
... down was about to die when they decided to make it a historical site and preserve it for tourists. It is full of souvenir shops and actors all for tourists but it is still a pretty unique place. I was there for 4 hours and I went into the good enough mine shaft (the reason the town exists today..silver ore) and saw a mock up of the gun fight. I also checked out the cemetery. They document how people die on there graves. I only saw one or 2 that died of ...
... very nice lady in one of the shops shouted us a ride on the traildust railway because she liked our accent. This must be the one and only time that it has worked in my favour.
We got our table and the steak was as good as I remember.
After our feed, Sam went panning for gold, filling her little glass vial to the brim with "gold". It was all good fun.
By the time we got back to the hotel, we were knackered but it had been a good day
I've mostly been packed for the better part of a week. I get that bit of OCD from my mother. I've managed to only forget my pillow so far. That was NOT on my "totally necessary" list, so I'm already over it. I also couldn't figure out the passport-swipe-self-check-in thing and opted to hand enter the info. Fortunately, there were no people in line behind me to give me the ...
... were delicious...one night Barry cooked the bass he and Jim caught (supplemented with salmon!), for our turn we made a pork tenderloin with green chili empanada sauce, Brian & Jan did a roasted chicken main, and the Anakas did a mushroom-sauced pork dish. These mains are complemented with various salads, starches, veggies and desserts to make for some terrific eating! One night we decide to "just have ...