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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to the desert night life . Took some amazing sunset photos but also managed to impale myself on a pricklypear! We finished off with a final late night hot tub visit - its been really cool to lay there looking up at the stars and number one be soo warm and no2 actually remember some of what I am actually looking at . Id love to a hot tub at home but it would never be as warm as here to really enjoy it .
... the Black hills area to see the Circle of Sacred Smoke and experience wind under the prairie not to mention the Stone Presidents, and have breakfast with the bison. On our way east we decided to turn left at Sioux Falls, SD, ...
... slept. An hour or so later, we hit those long straight roads, still with lots of trucks, but clean desert air and wide open spaces.
Crossed the Arizona border and head towards Phoenix, then south to Tucson. Spent our last few hours of daylight in one of our favourite places, the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum and Saguaro National Park. (Pronounced ...
... preservation of these plants… and a location where you can go, to view them in their natural habitat close together… here the landscape and soil have been conditioned to allow plants not normally acclimated or soiled to this area… to be moved here for our enjoyment… of course all of ...
... plane built by the Wright Brothers (or as I tried to point out, the 2nd successfully manned aeroplane) and Air Force One from the Kennedy era.
As I was a bit pressed for time, I jumped on the tram tour to do the outdoor bit which is huge and would take you a good couple of hours to walk around.
Next stop was AMARG (or as it is more commonly known, The Boneyard). This is located on a military base and is massive. It is where the ...