Tubac Golf Resort & Spa
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We bought coffees to go from the store - the lady there told us she had been to Manchester but when we asked where, she said Liverpool. I guess when you ive in Arizona, 30 miles is nothing but if only she knew that the difference between those cities is measured in much more than miles!
The old vault mine trail was steep but gorgeous. The wind kept most birds hunkered down but we did spot a fabulous hepatic tanager tugging a huge bug out of a branch. A ...
... Tombstone - we were very excited about being in the OK Corral. Its megga! Then we watched a re-enactment of the famous gunfight - brilliant! We got free newspapers of the day after the event reporting the good guys/bad guys shoot-out. We had our photos taken with the 'Earp' brothers and the 'McLaury' brothers. We bought some silver - only fitting as that was why the town was there ...
Today was a road trip day! We have not previously had the opportunity to visit the Tumacacori National Historic Park and wanted to check it out. We really enjoyed our visit to the Mission San Xavier del Bac a couple of years ago and had also heard great stories of Tubac. So this morning we headed south along I-19.
Our first stop in Tubac was the Presidio State Historic Park where some of the original building still stand ...
Today we drove south to Tumacacori, where the latest church was built by the Franciscans from 1802 to 1821. The site was originally visited by a Jesuit named Padre Eusebio Francisco Kino in 1687. Because of political conflict between Spain and Portugal, the Jesuits were deported in 1767 and replaced by the Franciscans. Long story ...
... to buy Indian fry bread off a roadside stand in Arizona. Just do it. God, grease, flour and lard never tasted so good. I love roadside food.
Up the hillside outside the mission property, is a little shrine to some vestal virgin that did something fantastic. Nice walk.
On the way back to the RV park we bought ice cream. Neat. ...