Clarion Inn Downtown Tucson
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... there's the train horn, we were finally underway on our way to El Paso, Texas with stops in between. We saw lots of cacti, fighter jets and SUNSHINE!
P.S.: During out wait, Kallen and Dad enjoyed watching the highway workers....Kallen insisted that he was going to fire them because their lunch break was way too long and one of the workers laid down after eating and took a nap ON THE JOB! Oh my goodness, too much of his Dad in him!
... on it.
But even more fun is to see the Stunt shows: when the cowboys, sheriffs and gunfighters shoot, have fights and do some stunts… always a different story in a different location: The duel with the dealer of the Irish gunfighter James Levy in 1882, the stunt show at the mission, an old movie scene from a gunfighter, and the Arizona ranger Harry Wheeler protecting a traveler from a drunken madman.
... had to give up on traditional (trad) climbing and boulder instead. We did get in one good route and started a second one before it just got too windy to stay on the wall. Bouldering was good fun though and I managed to do more than I thought I'd be able to do with my screwed up thumb.
Cline and I realized that I wasn't going to be able to ...
THE CONCIERGE VERANDA STATEROOM | ROOM 100880 | DECK 10
The term "concierge" came from a French phrase referring to the person entrusted with caring for visiting nobility. Who knew that we would rise to such levels as to be referred as "nobility". Apparently we deserve the "royal" treatment. In short, comfort and convenience are ...
... one another again. Dear friends, thank you all for a wonderful visit, till we meet again!
This morning we left LazyDays and are headed to north Arizona. The landscape was the same leaving Tucson on the other side as coming. Hillsides were laden with saguaro, barrel, and prickly pear cacti. Arizona landscape is a mumble jumble of textures, prickly, pointed, feathery, and fuzzy from cacti alone. Add in the many bushes, trees and shrubs for additional ...