Fo'Castle West Bed and Breakfast

Address: 1530 N. Blue Ridge Road, Tucson, Arizona, 85745, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Painted Hills Estates area of Tucson, is near International Wildlife Museum, Starr Pass Golf Club, Berger Performing Arts Center, and El Rio Golf Course.
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Train travel in the states.

A travel blog entry by meganop on Jan 22, 2015

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... DC to Atlanta Atlanta to New Orleans New Orleans to Houston Houston to Tucson (Arizona) 25hours Tucson to San Diego San Diego to LA and fly home. Some people might argue I spent a lot of my remaining days on trains. To be honest it was a great way to see multiple states and compare how much the geography varied between Georgia and Alabama for example. I also met some interesting people and got some great info on cities I was heading to. The biggest bonus is that it forced me ...

Wigwam World

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on May 14, 2014

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... wigwam? No.
Breakfast? No.

There is a massive Safeway opposite though, so I suggested we go there and get coffee and stuff for breakfast, which we did.

Would I have missed 'sleeping' in the wigwam? Or indeed the whole wigwam experience?
Hell no.

Was HH right? He certainly was. It had been a truly memorable night and most fitting for a birthday. If I ever write a book on suggestions of how to have a memorable and exciting birthday, ...

Together again...

A travel blog entry by kingcotti on Feb 24, 2014


... spent a fine day in Carefree with Merrily's brother/wife, Terry & Ruth. Their back patio opens onto a desert expanse & I watched many wild hares criss-crossing in and around the cacti while we had lunch out there. Sorry, however, that I wasn't around to see the javelinas that sometimes park themselves on the mat in front of their patio door. Maybe next time!

Had lunch out a few times and managed to duck paying the bill ...

Tucson I

A travel blog entry by raroboy on Feb 03, 2014

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... like this and that actually 8 people were crazy enough to live in here sealed from the outside for 2 years. I can say: something like this you can see only in the United States.

What I still don’t get is – maybe it’s because I’m not a scientist:

  • If you want to study the rainforest – why make an artificial rainforest for 150 Mill US $ - which costs 105 Mill US $ a year to maintain to study it – if it ...

El Paso Texas to Tucson Arizona

A travel blog entry by tessacat on Oct 12, 2013

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Leaving El Paso a huge city, population 800,000. Driving through mostly desert mega semi trucks on the roads and railway. Very barren land. Arrived at our hotel on the north side of Tucson, contacted Joyce & George and drove to their house, stayed and chatted went out for dinner to a lovely Mexican restaurant, back to Joyce & George's enjoyed our lovely catch ...

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