Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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We stopped at the El Paso Holocaust museum. The museum was founded by a holocaust survivor Henry Kellen. The museum was very comprehensive and informative. Seeing all the artifacts made the holocaust more real for me. We drove from El Paso, Texas all the way to Tuscan, Arizona via the Mexican boarder. The drive was very scenic. I enjoyed seeing all …
... knowing that I probably flew in a few of them…it’s like being happy to see an old friend, but sad that they’ve seen better days.
Overall though, I am happy to report that this tour was much better than the tram tour, and the kids were far less comatose. Next stop, Phoenix to visit our dear friends, the Donaldson Family. They have four kids and a pool…to say that Maxwell and Esme are excited is an ...
... growth evergreens which are replacing the ones lost to the fire. There is not much wildlife up here, but we do spot a really cool lizard called the Arizona Horny Toad!
Our next day-trip was to the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. The 98 acre museum is a fusion experience of botanical garden, zoo, natural history museum, art gallery, and aquarium. It is widely recognized throughout the world as a model institution for innovative presentation and interpretation ...
... much, much better than what we had at Destiny Phoenix. All we have done here so far is take a quick run downtown to get some tourist information and relax. The weather here yesterday afternoon got a little nasty as we got high winds and rain, but as we were safely settled in it didn't bother us at all. We need down time anyways!
We will be taking in the sites around here over the next two weeks so should have some updates for you for our next blog entry.
... everyone else is in the same boat (the first timers like me and elaine anyway) so with that you just take a deep breath and get ready to go. Thankfully, a slow ride is a slow ride, very easy pace strolling through the surrounding desert for an hour, getting used to the saddle and movement. On this ride we saw a snake, long horned wild cow and wild deer, all suitably amazing, though a little scary. And when we arrived back it was all fine and I had ...