Motel 6 Tucson - Congress Street
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... it was well done for a bunch of armatures, funny and fun. The next day we laid out by the pool. It is top notch with a hot tub, BBQ area, mini putt, tons of chairs and loungers an all round nice area.
We decided to head out to Sabino Canyon, bad idea as it was Saturday and everyone from Tucson was there. Obviously a very popular area! We couldn't even find a place to park so we put it off for another day and headed for ...
... empty tile shop and the second had vanished. Anyway having had no breakfast three of us went to an nearby 'Arbys'. (JB wisly decided to have a kip in the Beast) I can only recommend a visit to Arbys if you want to see just how low you can go when it comes to food! We ordered the Breakfast which came prepacked in a microwaved box. the scrambled eggs were just edible the round sausage slice looked so revolting I didn't touch it and there was a pile of hash browns. NOT good. ...
... but is well-maintained, clean, peaceful, not cluttered, with large windows and nice light. There is a comfortable pillow-top queen bed in master, and comfy twin beds in guestroom (that can be combined to be a king bed). There is one 32" HD TV and wireless internet (no cable TV). Kitchen is fully-equipped, and house has everything one needs to walk in with a suitcase and be comfortable and ...
We were up around 7 and headed straight for the Caverns again, so we could do the driving loop through the back country. It was a beautiful sunny, clear morning, slight breeze but much cooler - 37 degrees. We arrived around 8:30 and went to the gift shop. It was cooler at the top of the mountain - about 29 degrees. Dan hooked up the GoPro camera and we went on the loop road. What a ride on a ...
... seems to apply. The first I've seen was at Bingham Canyon in Utah when I was but ten years old. The pit we saw today began operations in the late fifties, based on the date of founding of the city of Ray nearby.
We couldn't decide whether to stay at Catalina Lake CG or Gilbert Ray, which is closer to Tucson. Ultimately, we wandered further and got lost, kinda, east of Tucson and ended up at Gilbert Ray. It's in ...