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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a hour away. The trip was quite beautiful. We ended up at almost 6,000ft (almost 2,000m). The views were beautiful.
We are on our last week and the weather is looking quite promising - 28-30C for the next 14 days with no rain in sight!
We are hoping to get to the Kit Peak Observatory which is about 1 hour away and go hiking in the Sabino Caynon next week.
... works and I have gotten some good shots.
Take a look below and also more on my photo website.
We learn something new each time we visit. One day, Sraddha spotted a Tarantula Hawk Wasp on a flower. A docent told us that it hunts Tarantulas as food for its larvae. The sting of the female is considered the second most painful anywhere.
This insect is a little ...
All in all a quiet day. The RV park we're in is like a big parking lot with hook-ups. At least we have a pull-thru but we're so close to the people next to us we almost feel like we're inside their RV! Not a tree, bush, plant in sight. AND not wheelchair friendly! If we get people on the other side of us - I won't be able to move to the front of the trailer without going around the block. Not a fan but it is a place to stay for the night and regroup.
... made it sound super cool. It lied. They were fun to stop at, but they looked pretty beat up. If you are cruising through with kids and need gas it's a great place to stop. Other than that, eh. We did hit some rain heading into Phoenix. As I was driving I literally saw the rainbow develop before my eyes. After living in Hawaii for almost 6 years, and seeing them everywhere I became used to them so I was super excited to see it form today directly in my path. (Side note, I-10 is ...
... entering into an Air Force base, so the bus driver and tour guide asked for ID, and wrote our names down on his list, then presented that list to the Air Force personnel at the gate. It was very interesting and took about an hour. The place takes up about 2600 acres, so you can imagine how many planes we saw, and other military ...