Clarion Inn Downtown Tucson
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... killed, either by Indians or in fights.
We came to the conclusion that life in Tombstone must have been hard, particularly for the women.
Back at the hotel, we had dinner by the pool, accompanied by a great Blues band.
Some people got up and danced, at which I was struck by one of those searing grief surges, as I remembered the times that Nick and I had danced together.
Sometimes the missing just gets too much.
... normal;">That it took the missile 30-35 minutes to hit the target – that they had a range of 6000 mi and therefore covered most of Russia and China
Beyond the fire I hit more mountainous terrain. The wind was formidable and on some bridges over canyons it felt like I was going to be blown over. The mountains ended and I found myself in low, flat, sandy desert. It was really windy . . . Surprise! The sand was blowing some too . . . Even with my face shield closed I could ...
Turned off the I 10 & went down through Ajo & Sells before arriving in Tucson. Saw lots of border patrol vehicles & were stopped at a checkpoint about 45 mi from the border & 30 miles from Tucson. A sniffer dog checks the vehicle & our passports were checked. Went to the Titan Missile Museum, just out of Tucson, extremely interesting. At one point in time the US had 3 sights all of which had 18 Titan ICBM, they were the largest ICBM's in the US & had 9 megaton ...
... and Olivia, who turned out to be my Santa, got me a beautiful, engraved bracelet. Goodbye events with my international friends were light hearted- a final party at College Place, and all finally heading out to Ellen's house for a drinking night before finals week, and a group dinner on University boulevard in everyone's final days. Saying goodbye to Imari was probably the hardest thing I've ever had to do, and even though we'd both been ...