Casa Tierra

11155 W. Calle Pima, Tucson, Arizona, 85743, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 11155 W. Calle Pima, Tucson, is near Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Saguaro West, Cactus Forest Drive, and King Canyon Trail.
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    Alaska, Nature's Pristine Playground

    A travel blog entry by pieper on Jul 12, 2014

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    When we leave Tucson, AZ, we will cruise the Alaskan waterways. "In summer, the awe-inspiring Alaskan wilderness is Mother Nature's playground. Wildflowers emerge from fissures in rocks worn smooth by the wind, and migrating whales return from distant waters to hunt for food. Bears and their cubs ...

    Tucson II

    A travel blog entry by raroboy on Feb 09, 2014

    120 photos

    ... park here on the weekend, and as long there is no event going on its ok… so let’s hope the best and we hopefully find our holiday cruiser again.

    What is really nice, in the 1930s they built a road 3.8 mi up the Canyon – today a Tram is driving up and down this road and you can hop on and off at 9 different stops. So we jumped on and rode all the way up to the last stop… enjoyed the little history ...

    Day 40: San Diego, CA to Tucson, AZ

    A travel blog entry by drat9191 on Nov 06, 2013

    10 photos

    ... br> Once over these mountains, it’s pretty much southwestern desert the rest of the way into Arizona. Upon crossing the state line and passing through the city of Yuma, and despite the fact that the highway never actually crosses into Mexico, highway traffic is stopped for a Border Patrol checkpoint. One inspector and his working dog circled each stopped vehicle, and then another officer simply asked me one ...

    Sabino Canyon and Mt Lemmon

    A travel blog entry by tbasler on Apr 20, 2013

    3 comments, 18 photos

    ... desert floor with millions of giant saguaros, changes to scruffy shrubs, manzanitas, rock structures, and finally a forest of Ponderosa pines, spruce and firs at the highest elevations. At the top is Mt Lemmon Ski Resort (?) and is the only ski area in Tucson. Last year they had 5 feet of snow. Our waiter says there is skiing here every year since 1943. There is one double chair lift but 21 runs. ...

    Live Bison and Dead Horses

    A travel blog entry by v5rcb on Aug 23, 2012

    6 comments, 108 photos

    ... as per the state law. Don't know why so many people are swanning around on a weekday - may be they're all on holiday I suppose. Stopped in the first motel we saw on Main Street, Cody - tired but happy with a great day's ride.

    Yellowstone National Park is only 50 miles away from Cody - we'd booked a camping spot at Bridge Bay overlooking the Yellowstone Lake. The booking was essential - everywhere is packed out this time of year. Got to our site and tents up by ...