Ramada Limited Tucson West
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... were there.
We passed through nine states and more than a dozen big cities. We saw the Apache Indian Reservation, the Navajo Indian Reservation, the O'odham Reservation, Hopi, Zuni and San Xavier Reservations and the Acoma Pueblo. We crossed the Apache Trail and drove on the Santa Fe Trail, the Purple Heart Trail, the Chisholm Trail and the Trail of Tears. We passed through ...
... RV resorts in the Benson area, but nothing great at all. Tombstone is a place we've previously visited, but we were so close, we decided to go back. It's a great old western town with saloons, old hotel, carriage rides, shops and cowboys. They even have gun fights on Main Street every couple of hours. Love the feel of this old western town. Everyone is so friendly - Bruce is even talking about getting cowboy boots/hat...LOL That's be a ...
We've been so lucky this year to escape the winter weather in Cleveland (and it was fierce) by going to three beautiful places.
We started with a week in Tucson in January to see family and the lovely scenery of the southwest. We had forgotten how beautiful it is out there and we're hoping to go back next year for the month ...
... giving Alex a break from the crazy New
Yorker that had been talking at him for the last 2 hours! Driving
back through the beautiful mountains of Nevada we saw the most breath
taking sunset and as the skies went a beautiful red we crossed the
Hoover bypass and had the perfect view of the Hoover dam. The perfect
way to end the perfect day! We got back to El Cortez at around 10pm ,
after having only about 3 hours at the Canyon but was totally worth
... what it was: high country hot weather sangiovese... it was yummy. It also paired really well with our dinner- we got a braised lamb shank & salmon croquets that were both featuring ancho-chili sauce. In both cases the smokey heat of the ancho-chilis was delightful against the big wine.
After finding out that MJK was the wine source I really wanted to hate it but I kept saying "Damnit- this is really good."