Red Roof Inn Tucson South
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... to the rodeo and the copper mines in Bisbee, the artsy shops in Tubac, the thrift shop in Green Valley, the mission at San Xavier del Bac, the trails off of Saguaro National Park. Friends from Ohio, Laura and Renee arrived to spend the last week with us and we had a great time exploring together. We got to see Joanne and Charles and family again and enjoyed being with them. The end of ...
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10/12/14 - Today is our last day in Tucson. I think we both are ready to go. Arizona is all we've heard of - sunny every day, warm, cheap to live (gas, food, rents), but just not for us. We spent enough time here to see if it would be a place we would like to stay for some time, but it is not. We both are feeling the same - we are not desert people. Hoping for a good nights sleep as tomorrow we head to New Mexico - Lordsburg, NM.
... to Cancun -- something we thought would be an easy thing to do but it wasn't. We had to go through Houston and were in the air nearly 8 hours! We took a shuttle out to a resort in Playa del Carmen and stayed with Tim and Joe in their beautiful beach front time-share condo in a fabulous resort for a week. The beach there was amazing -- ...
Halloween was a bit of a non-event, because my grown-up plans fell through, but I still got dressed up as Super Girl, along with Snow White, to hand out candy to kids.
Honestly, I can't remember anything major happening over the first week of November... I think the lack of mental stimulation from being on holiday for so long has turned my brain to mush- perhaps this won't be such a long post after all! (Spoiler alert: turns out this isn't true.)
... last five I will spend traveling around the country. While in Nagoya, I'll be taking a Japanese language and a culture class, as well as living with a host family. To see my travel plans for my time in Japan after the study abroad program, see the map on the main page (use the tools on the top to zoom and click the pins to see the blog entries for ...