Mission Hills Casitas
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... the Colorado River below.
As we officially made our trek east from the Hoover Dam site, we noted over 6300 kms logged. Highway billboards on our way to Tucson tried to lure us to stop and "shoot a machine gun". Again we declined.
P.S. Just enjoyed a YouTube video link in the car ride sent from the ever resourceful Andrea, of Valerie our bubbly waitress, as a Price Is Right contestant. Personally I liked Valerie's reenactment for us ...
Today was a full day of sightseeing and a live Musical Melodrama Show. The first stop of the day was a tour of the San Xavier del Bac Mission. The Mission is located SW of Tucson. The mission was founded in 1692 and is commonly know by the nicknames "White Dove of the Desert" and the "Sistine Chapel of America." Todays Franciscan Mission was built between 1783 and 1797 by the Tohono O'odham tribe under the direction of Spanish Franciscans. It is considered to ...
... DC to Atlanta Atlanta to New Orleans New Orleans to Houston Houston to Tucson (Arizona) 25hours Tucson to San Diego San Diego to LA and fly home. Some people might argue I spent a lot of my remaining days on trains. To be honest it was a great way to see multiple states and compare how much the geography varied between Georgia and Alabama for example. I also met some interesting people and got some great info on cities I was heading to. The biggest bonus is that it forced me ...
... family of Italians after 100 years, Kate in her inimitable fashion soon picked up the young grandson who was behind the counter and heard all about their story.
There were old pictures of the family and how the shop started on the walls. Now it sells everything from candles and pest killer to pinatas, meat, corn husks, boots and candy and everything inbetween.
Sadly it did not have fresh interesting bread or coffee which was on our list, so we said ...
... like this and that actually 8 people were crazy enough to live in here sealed from the outside for 2 years. I can say: something like this you can see only in the United States.
What I still don’t get is – maybe it’s because I’m not a scientist:
- If you want to study the rainforest – why make an artificial rainforest for 150 Mill US $ - which costs 105 Mill US $ a year to maintain to study it – if it ...
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