Motel 6 Tucson - Congress Street
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today was pretty much a chill out day. I arose from the couch fairly late and Swede was in his room reading, he came out when he knew I was awake. Because he had a bit of work to do, I decided to make myself scarce. I headed out to get some breakfast/lunch and went to a Mexican restaurant. A flurry of text messages kept me sitting there for a long time. Maybe even awkwardly. From there I headed to the aircraft boneyard surrounding the Air Force base. Unfortunately there was ...
... be pushing 65 lbs and worthy of a "heavy bag" tag, and 3 carry-ons to the ticket counter to check into my flight.
The rest of the day went as planned, no surprises. Long flights, minimal turbulence, crying children and airplane food. After a stop in Dallas, I flew straight to London where the real adventure was to ...
... I think of it walking through the saguaro, all with their hands up.
The East park is desert but also includes the Rincon Mountains. We drove the scenic road again plus we took a 3 hour hike, very few rocks, so no falls. The lizards were not cooperative today, too fast. BUT when we took the road back to the car after the hike, we saw a gila monster crossing the road. These guys aren't seen too often, so ...
... purchased it. The park was huge, had two swimming pools, all the upscale amenities, nice landscaping, full service restaurant and bar, 24 hours security, everything was clean and worked well.
The next day we opted to relax a while rather than do more sightseeing. We went to the Camping World next to Lazy Days and picked up a couple things. We waited too long to do more and were hit with another round of ...
... Fe we travelled to Tucson via a UPS depot (yep Mr G had indulged his habit of ordering airplane parts and books to be delivered to our hotel room in advance of our arrival - sneaky that), an aircraft museum that turned out not to be and the boothill cemetery in Tombstone where we paid our respects to Billy the Kid.
Just to unpick all of that the journey was horrendous - miles and miles (around 400) of interstate. We'd get past one ...