Catalina Park Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... About two minutes later he climbs into the driver’s seat and the tram starts moving – HOORAY! The tram moves maybe a foot forward (literally), and then stops – Hmmmm. Bob then starts talking about the first aircraft in front of us. He tells us the type of aircraft and its mission…then the tram moves forward a few feet and he tells us about the next airplane in line, then the next…remember I ...
... was to pilot around and explore the downtown district. There is a fairly developed downtown area with both historic areas and high rises nestled together. However, my favorite spot was getting out and walking down the 4h Avenue shopping district. There was a cool, modern streetcar system and scores of interesting shops. The people oozed a hippie vibe.
Our first day-trip was up the Sky Island Scenic Byway. Climbing more than 6,000 feet, the ...
Well here we are in Tucson, we left Phoenix on Sunday and headed down here to Tucson on our first leg of heading back home.
Last entry we were heading off to Vegas. We stopped at the Hoover Dam as it was on the way, quite a sight to see! Must have been a hell of a job to build back in the day. No we did not get any of the bad weather that you may have heard about on TV, we seem to be living a charmed life as when we were at the Grand Canyon/Flagstaff ...
... than the US. I will say that we both were very disappointed with Yuma. It was nothing what we expected and definitely not a place where I would consider staying for any length of time.
10/3/14 - Glad to be leaving Yuma. We left early because we had a good ride to Tucson. Border Patrol everywhere...not only in vehicles, but also in the air. Just didn't realize how close we are to the Mexican border. We are seeing ...
Day 309 - Today we met with our friends Becky and Don and headed up to this amazing park about 25 miles from our campground. Being from the East Coast, I had never been so up close to so many cactus. The varieties are amazing - some in bloom, and some about to. Unfortunately we didn't have enough time to do it justice, so we will go back. There is an amazing Visitor's Center to spend time in as well as many driving trails and walking trails. ...