Clarion Inn Downtown Tucson
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... missile in the silo was a training missile, so obviously not live. It was large, buried deep down into the ground. There were pipes that lead to the surface that used stars to align the guidance system as a part of scheduled maintenance. Such an amazingly old system that worked and gave the missile an accuracy radius of one mile. Tour over I walked the site and took a few photos. Then off to old Tucson.
What was originally a movie set from the 50/60s, Old Tucson is ...
... be pushing 65 lbs and worthy of a "heavy bag" tag, and 3 carry-ons to the ticket counter to check into my flight.
The rest of the day went as planned, no surprises. Long flights, minimal turbulence, crying children and airplane food. After a stop in Dallas, I flew straight to London where the real adventure was to ...
... I cruised along the highway in the pitch black dark.
Oh, another thing did matter. My check engine light. That light had been turning on since January, but I was told not to worry about it until I returned the car to my other final destination in Moses Lake, WA. It's hard not to worry about a silly little light like that, especially when you want to traverse the entire southwest in 2 days in order to see your dearest college friends and make a flight to Japan ...
... fortunate enough to get an early taste of Spanish food and culture at the tapas restaurant, Casa Vicente. The food was delicious and the complementary flamenco music and dancing was great. If you ever get the chance to go there make sure to try the flour less chocolate tart. It was heaven on earth! We wish we could take Grandma and Grandpa Jack with us but we'll just have to wait to see them until after our trip is over. ...
... temperature begins to cool, the temperature at the bottom is a constant 59 degrees, it feels much warmer due to the high relative humidity of 90 percent.
The caverns themselves were formed when hydrogen sulfide from oil deposits deep beneath the surface were released and mixed with carbonic acid laced ground water. The resulting mixture created sulphuric acid and essentially ate the limestone away, carving ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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