Starr Pass Golf Suites
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- Multilingual staff
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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The only spot on the trail with a letterbox was across the street, at the museum at the historic railroad depot. Just as I was coming around the corner, a docent was opening the lock to let a boy and his family in to climb up into the steam engine within a cast-iron fence. The family were train enthusiasts, and lost me with their comments. The fun part was climbing up into the working area of the engine to see where ...
... rough on the train about where they were going and where they came from. Every piece of baggage in the overhead had to be accounted for. They spent extra time on the guy in front of me because he couldn't remember when he was getting off the train and couldn't find his ticket. After 10mins I piped up and told the officer he got on at the same time as me in Houston and had lost his ticket at that point. Mostly I did this because I wanted to sleep and they were noisy. ...
... and is right on the main street - Congress St and has the railway track nearby. This ensures you experience all sorts of sounds of the U.S. Despite this we slept fine. After breakfast we headed out to the Arizona Sonoran Desert Museum which showcases the local flora & fauna. As expected the fauna included Scorpions, Tarantula & Rattlesnake!!! HAPPY NEW YEAR ...
So I have always had a love/hate feeling for Arizona to be honest. I lived in Tucson in the 80's for about 4 years when I was first married to my kids Father. We had moved away from my family in Florida to live in this land of no water, as in no beaches/lakes/rivers, no "real" trees, no grass, and many crawly and rattling things that could put a hurting on a person. I’ve often described myself as “not a desert person”. ...
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