Red Roof Inn Tucson South
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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When we leave Tucson, AZ, we will cruise the Alaskan waterways. "In summer, the awe-inspiring Alaskan wilderness is Mother Nature's playground. Wildflowers emerge from fissures in rocks worn smooth by the wind, and migrating whales return from distant waters to hunt for food. Bears and their cubs ...
returned for every dollar spent at AMARG.
Although the Center's primary customer is the Department of Defense,
additional workloads come from other national, regional and local
government agencies, as well as foreign allies.
Four product divisions, Aircraft, Commodities, Storage and Disposal, conduct AMARG's core industrial operations. ...
... Tucson as we want to visit the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum which is south of Tucson. It takes us through Saguaro National Park where we see oh so many saguaro cactus. These are the more traditional looking cacti from the old west days. We love them. The park is accurately named as we see more than we have ever seen. It is wonderful. Thank goodness the road ...
... Tahoe it looks iffy! Check out the logo...a lemon with yellow on the bottom and white mountain on the top. Cute! We had a nice lunch at the Iron Door on the outdoor patio overlooking the one chair lift. Our waiter, Nelson a local, provided a lot of information and entertainment. He could turn a phrase. Deer and wild turkeys were in the valley and hummingbirds at our table. Two days of interesting ...
... desert sort of like an airport ghost town. Remarkably, most of the planes are still being maintained so that they can be returned to service. The planes are first coated with a black lacquer to seal out the dust and then covered with a white film to moderate the temperature extremes. The military decided to locate the Boneyard in the Arizona desert because of the low humidity ...