Where is Yuma Territorial Prison Park?
We got up very early today because Peter was annoying and we had to decide how to proceed. We both agreed that we wanted to see the sun. But today there was only west of here, where we didn’t want to go yet.
We would have liked to go to Colorado or New Mexico, but there was nothing. For tonight, we had no place to stay. We wanted to book them via Smartphone this afternoon at the earliest, when we know where we will land tonight.
After the last hot breakfast at the lovely Ramada Tempe at Arizona Mills, we left the heavily cloudy Phoenix heading east. Photo-Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park.
The weather guys didn’t lie. We had to drive a good bit, but then we finally saw the sun shortly before Yuma. Martina didn’t know the place yet, so we decided to visit the Yuma Territorial Prison, where I had been with Toni before. Admission has been slightly increased in recent years from$ 5 to $ 6 per Person.
Photo – cell block for the bad guys. The cells were open on two sides, each blocked with a grid. Wind and weather could sweep through the cells.