Starr Pass Golf Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The weather for the first week here at the RV park was somewhat unsettled a little cooler than average which was OK it was still sunny and warm however the winds were up which made it rather unpleasant at times. We checked out the park and the surrounding area, the park is great there are a host of amenities and tons of activities, actually too many to do them all.
Downtown Tucson was our destination on Monday. They have a ...
I have been remiss ......we arrived in Phoenix around 2:00 on Westjet and took the Arizona Shuttle (very cramped mini bus, with the 2 of us stuck in the very back), to Ina where Sandro and Beatice picked us up.they have a lovely 2 bedroom townhouse on Skyline ....the development is called Tierra Catalina. There is a bedroom and bathroom downstairs behind the kitchen and living room and then the master bedroom is upstairs in a loft with another huge bedroom and bath. They have a ...
... the orange juice, prepacked, was drinkable and the coffee passable.
On the way we came across a rather nice old Gun and Pawn shop where the owner was making a pair of wooden grips for an antique Smith and Wesson revolver. Now JB was in many ways right when he said 'Why look at things you can't buy' and we were surprised at how little many of the shops carried in the way of parts or accessories. However it was interesting to see what they had in stock and to ...
... does mess with your mind and I highly recommend trying one as there are many of these located throughout the country. Eventually I became used to it and could enjoy it but it took some time to get to that point.
By the time we finished all three of the activities the sun was just starting to set. The rest of the shops (art galleries, old-time photos, panning for gold, etc) had already closed so we got some ice cream (root beer floats? Yes please!) and wandered around taking ...
... we start?
Ahhhh, let's start at the very beginning, a very good place to start.
For those of you who didn't follow my adventures in Paraguay (no that's not in Africa), or for those of you whose memory does not extend back that far, I am going to tell you a little story.
Once upon a time there was a sprightly young child by the name of Erin (that's me). Her dream was to go to France, her dream was in sight, she ...