Paca De Paja Bed & Breakfast

16242 Pinacate, Tucson, Arizona, 85736, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located in the Diamond Bell Ranch area of Tucson.
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    ... a shame to miss and has inspired a whole new appreciation for this environment. Prior to this visit I had considered the words "lush" and "desert" to be mutually exclusive and not likely to be connected in the same context. Comes highly recommended by us and numerous others who have had the opportunity to view this location. During our desert visit Tuscon received record breaking temperatures of 85 degrees Farenheit

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    My French Connection

    A travel blog entry by erinleader on Jun 30, 2013


    ... time to move on to other adventures!

    So here I am, almost 2 years later, preparing myself to jet off to the country that sparked my travel ambitions.

    That's right folks, I'm talking about that cliched, beret wearing, croissant eating, couture filled country that is France (3 cheers for stereotypes!).

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    A travel blog entry by fredmare on Feb 01, 2012

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    ... hideout at one time) to the President for the U of A. The first tours were taken through the unimproved Cave in 1923 using ropes and lanterns. Today thanks to the Civilian
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