Red Roof Inn Tucson South
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... on the paper which is also stapled to the walls. The waiters are named after renowned cowboys from days gone by. Check out the photo of the drinks! It was dark by the time we reached our accommodation for the night, The Lodge at Ventana Canyon -a gorgeous 2-storied lodge set in beautiful grounds looking out over the Santa Catalina mountains on the outskirts of Tucson. We sat on the deck and enjoyed the peaceful setting over a few drinks. Our tour guide had given us an awesome ...
... w/ taxes). The room was enormous - like 900 sq feet and had a king bed! While our stay with Kristin and Michael was full of good friends and great people- it was also full of a very small futon- I had to sleep corner to corner and Nicole was trapped in the 1/4 on one side. So getting to a bed that we could carve out our own fiefdoms and only touch when we decided to was a treat. One bed was Delaware and the other was Texas.
Today we visited the oldest and largest anthropology museum in the Southwest (established in 1893). Located on the University of Arizona campus it is one of the oldest research units on the campus. Quick Facts:
- holds a comprehensive collection of Southwest Indian basketry,
totaling 25,000+ woven pieces of rare and outstanding ...
... Grand Canyon. A lot of the driving was through mountains along twisty roads and all around you was the desert and hundreds of giant cacti! Just like the old elpaso boxes!!! At this point it was 97 degrees. We stopped off at the most interesting rest stop yet! Firstly there were warning signs all around warning us of all the poisionous reptiles in the area! Anne was in the toilet, the biggest woman she had ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking