La Quinta Inn Tucson East
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... theme park. I hadn't really expected it to be a theme park, but I was interest never the less. I entered and had a look around, took in a stunt show and looked at the old sets. I saw an old broken and busted wagon and took some pics. As I kneeled down to take another angle I blew out my shorts. My favourite shorts too. Torn, there was nothing I could do except keep looking around the park with my bum hanging out. I ignored it and explored. I'm sure there were some laughs my ...
... the US govt. to store its old, unwanted planes and is known as the Aerospace Maintenance & Regeneration Group boneyard. Thousands of planes are here lined up and sealed in the dessert sun, just waiting to be either decommissioned or perhaps, when the need arises, to fly again. there is every type of plane here - from small fighters like the Phantom to enormous behemoths like the B52. some planes are in longterm storage and others are past it. They ...
... My step dad advised me to fill my tank with the best gas available and to use the air conditioner very sparingly. In 108 degree weather? Piece of cake. Knowing that my step dad was just a phone call away gave me little peace of mind. Signal strength in the desert is so spotty. I had been reading The Bad Girl's Guide to the Open Road to prepare for my trip. This is a hilarious, informative book catered to straight women, with tips on cooking food under the hood of your car, ...
A Van drops us off in Tucson in the Morning. Enrique and I begin to part, but I am almost robbed and Enrique decides to help me out. I get us jobs in a nearby restaurant. I realize that we are in Tucson, AZ, where my dad lives. We look him up in the phone book, and find out he works unloading trucks nearby. We make our way to ...
... and rooms including the Great room, the floor space of this room would accommodate 14 football fields. We passed a 200,000 ton rock called the iceberg that fell from the ceiling during this process.
In several areas the caves are decorated with speleothems, including stalactites (hangs to tight to the ceiling), stalagmites (might reach the ceiling), straws, columns and curtain stalactites. ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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