Americas Best Value Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... day so we decided to change it up a bit by getting some delicious sushi at Ra Sushi. We ordered way too much as usual, leaving us just enough stomach room for a few mango margaritas.
We headed over to Laura's house so we could drop off our bags and relax for a bit before deciding to drive up to Goldfield Ghost Town, which was an actual mining town from 1892-1898. It has been well preserved and turned into a tourist town complete with artist galleries and an ice cream shop ...
... 130 miles of trails that wind through this area. Back country camping is permitted but one must have a permit and there are a number of picnic areas throughout the park. Colossal Cave Mountain Park eleven miles to the southeast has cave tours, hiking and camping.
When we left this park we were going to go to Sabino Canyon in the northeast section of Tucson but the winds were picking up so we headed to ...
... entering into an Air Force base, so the bus driver and tour guide asked for ID, and wrote our names down on his list, then presented that list to the Air Force personnel at the gate. It was very interesting and took about an hour. The place takes up about 2600 acres, so you can imagine how many planes we saw, and other military ...
... br> Still hadn't seen another soul since lunch the previous day. As I ascended to the top of Tanque Verde peak (7049') I was rewarded with 360 degree views of gorgeous Arizona. I could see many other peaks in the other local ranges and also had another stellar view of the Tucson area. I could make out a lot of landmarks through my binoculars, looking at places I had been, peaks I had climbed, areas I'd mountain biked. It was a really important ...