Viscount Suite Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... next to us and shared a few drinks before dinner. They invited us to visit them on our way through BC in May. More friendly travellers.
Our big adventure here was the hike down the Chiricahua mountain. A ranger drove us up in the morning shuttle and we hiked down four and a half miles through very spectacular scenery - balancing rocks, steep cliffs, canyons full of oaks and alligator juniper. Of course, ...
... then Hw260 toCamp ......In Superior we stopped at Porters Cafe for ice tea..We watched as the cook took pickle jars of tea bags, water and lemons and put them in the sun to infuse..the cafe was an old fashioned saloon with dollar bills and flags and pictures from everywhere... Looked like they had good food as well.. We followed the Tonto National forest ....red cliffs and scrub bush with lots of cacti to forests of Ponderosa pine around Pine and ...
... on anything that was not American. Lunch was taken in the PIMA canteen which was OK then the rest of the afternoon was spent wandering about in the various hangers. Again it was interesting to hear some of the 'Docents' / visitors when looking at non American aircraft such as the Hawker Hurricane.
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We finished about four and I drove back to our ...
... Jimmy Stewart starred in WINCHESTER '73. That same year, Ronald Reagan starred in THE LAST OUTPOST.
The 50's brought many western movies to this set. Including, GUNFIGHT AT THE OK CORRAL; THE LONE RANGER; THE LOST CITY OF GOLD and CIMMARRON. These movies were made from 1956 to '59.
John Wayne made 4 movies here - RIO BRAVO (1959), McCLINTOCK (1963), EL DORADO (1967), and RIO LOBO ...
... his family as a child and converted to Christianity as a teenager. In college and graduate school he took up the study of religion in a serious way and this led him to reject Christianity as he learned that all of the bible is not literally true. He returned to his native religion and remains a Muslim. He describes that later his religious studies led him to become an admirer of the historical Jesus and this is the perspective he brings to this book. I mention ...