La Paloma Hot Springs & Spa
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... I think. We were going to go for a hike, but by the time we get back it would be dark. I have to plan a little better next time.
On the way back we hit a copper mine. They have stripped the mountain completely and it looks awful. At least we have found some form of commerce here for the people to earn a living. We head home and maybe we can take the boys out for a walk around. I think we are going to have a campfire tonight. We haven’t had one yet, so this will ...
... we would - a rather ramshackle town and looked a bit scary in places so thought wed stay in the hotel to eat. Hotel was a really old building and was OK but our room was a bit dark and pokey . We were pleased to be offered 2 free spa sessions as part of our stay - I was really looking forward to this , as most of you know I suffer from pretty dry skin and was hoping the ...
Got up early to a cold morning, there is snow up here, but the hot spring was a warm welcome and I enjoyed another soak. Then I did my routine truck check and packed up to get ready for the day. I headed over to the Gila Cliff Dwelling to take a look. It was a pleasant hike up to the site but I could feel the altitude being around 6000 ft so my heart was pounding more on the climb. The cliff dwelling is using caves carved out of the side of a ...
... a little salt on it. Yum.
We also bought a chile Christmas wreath for our RV.
The Pecan Groves were being harvested also, however we couldn't find any unshelled pecans yet.
Short stop and now off west to our usual first stop in SW Tucson for laundry and house cleaning before we head over to Tucson Mountain park for a week of camping in the Sonoran desert.
... 8211; basically we were bored. At the Ranger station there was a bulletin board that held warnings about everything – rodents with the Plague, snakes that bite, squirrels that are aggressive, fish with DDT poisoning, and the lake itself is overcome with a blue algae that will kill you too. We rode out to check out the “primitive” camping (which means there is no electricity) and found the entire campground under about 3 feet ...