jeudi 28 avril 2016

Hotels-live.com/annuaire - Introducing today's #CNTakeover @brass_tacks showing us her Tucson: "I discovered Tucson when I moved out west for college and have been in love with it ever since. It's a truly special little town, that somehow always feels like going home—there's a warm sleepiness to it and something about it makes you feel like you discovered a really wonderful secret. Do yourself a favor and visit it at least once (if not twice). The Saguaro cactus is hands down one of my favorite creatures—partly because of their somber grace and size (they're the largest cactus in the United States), partly because I am humbled by their age (they can live to be 150-200 years old), and partly because of their geographic exclusivity (they only grown in the Sonoran desert). These guys in the photo were three of many in the forests of Sabino Canyon. You can also marvel at these wonderful creatures if you drive out to Gates Pass to catch the best view of the sunset you'll have the pleasure of knowing." - @brass__tacks #TravelerInTucson by cntraveler https://www.instagram.com/p/BEvkI6bJcPs/ #Traveler #Travel


Hotels-live.com/annuaire - Introducing today's #CNTakeover @brass_tacks showing us her Tucson: "I discovered Tucson when I moved out west for college and have been in love with it ever since. It's a truly special little town, that somehow always feels like going home—there's a warm sleepiness to it and something about it makes you feel like you discovered a really wonderful secret. Do yourself a favor and visit it at least once (if not twice). The Saguaro cactus is hands down one of my favorite creatures—partly because of their somber grace and size (they're the largest cactus in the United States), partly because I am humbled by their age (they can live to be 150-200 years old), and partly because of their geographic exclusivity (they only grown in the Sonoran desert). These guys in the photo were three of many in the forests of Sabino Canyon. You can also marvel at these wonderful creatures if you drive out to Gates Pass to catch the best view of the sunset you'll have the pleasure of knowing." - @brass__tacks #TravelerInTucson by cntraveler https://www.instagram.com/p/BEvkI6bJcPs/ #Traveler #Travel #Travel via Annuaire des voyageurs https://www.facebook.com/332718910106425/photos/a.1167255873319387.1073741948.332718910106425/1197807570264217/?type=3

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