Clarion Inn Downtown Tucson
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... animals were out and visible. The color of the desert floor here is amazing and almost totally yellow, due to the Palo Verde trees being in bloom. Several species of cactus are still in bloom and most interesting.
Most of the hummingbirds we saw were "Anna's," with their iridescent green head. One was a juvenile, just out of the nest and barely able to fly. We met several folks from out of the country and enjoyed visiting with them. This time ...
... Mary & brother-in-law Lloyd who were in town for the Tucson Gem & Mineral Show. Lloyd's a geologist & certified rockhound! They have travelled all around the world rooting in nooks, crannies & mines for specimens for Lloyd's collection. We tagged along to the show of shows where some of the best mineral dealers in the world gather to sell & show off their wares. Ron & I were blown away by the colours, shapes & sizes of some ...
... due to dangerous conditions. Listening to the radio we realized we were in the 20 mile radius that had been slammed with this freak storm. As we drove the snow got less and less and after 30minutes it had pretty much disappeared. Leave it to me and Chris to get hit with a snow storm in southern New Mexico. We drove all the way into Arizona to discover 20degreeC sunny weather awaiting us. How did that happen! The mountains on both sides of us were ...
... at Old Town Artisans in downtown
Tucson, a collection of shops of art and crafts with a courtyard and restaurant
in the middle. We found a unique
restaurant just down the road from the rv park called Hot Rod Café. It has floor to ceiling windows overlooking a
garage that works on old cars and hot rods.
You can sit and have lunch and watch them restoring cars.
... he landed in a Mexican field right by a farmer, who was able to rescue him. The other plane Paul was interested in was called the Starr's Bumble Bee, which holds the record for being the worlds smallest bi-plane. We took a trolley tour outside, but it was so cold we transferred into a school bus. The range of aircraft was exceptional. The following day, we drove north west of Tucson with our rig to go on a hike, and ended up ...