Paca De Paja Bed & Breakfast

Address: 16242 W. 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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    Getting Here and Switching Gears

    A travel blog entry by ithacabelle on Mar 29, 2015

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... for fencing. Our backyard has silver metal attached to wide beam supports.
    Many plants are currently in bloom. While a few of the trees and shrubs have more luxuriant growth, the mesquites and acacias, and maybe some others, have a small ratio of green to trunk/limb material, allowing you to see the skeleton of the trees even though they are leafed out.
    It is very hard to resist saying “We’re not in Kansas anymore, Toto”


    A travel blog entry by analegge on Oct 07, 2014

    An easy day in Tucson to recover. Drove around the several historic quarters. Interesting in its non commercialism. Found a diner for breakfast around noon then spent a relaxing day at the hotel enjoying our accommodation. We ate dinner at the hotel- the salads ...

    Into Tucson

    A travel blog entry by tpress29 on Apr 11, 2014

    10 photos

    ... a 15 minute walk from town.

    We make our way in for dinner. Swede picked a small Mexican place and we ate and chatted there. Then it was off to a bar across the way. Swede use to work here so he spoke of of the place and how it had it's own telescope for patrons to view the stars, and used photos from said telescope to decorate the establishment. The place was dark and they were setting up for later, the club setting the bar transforms into. We order a ...

    Highs in Spokane 12*, in AZ City 70*, NO BRAINER

    A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Dec 15, 2013

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... the candles… Connie remembers the Boy Scouts also helped create and light the luminarias as well… each yard would have from 20 to 200 of these around the walk ways… around the front yard… And each night the candles would burn until they were burnt out… The next night the young ...

    Whoa! It's smoldering hot!

    A travel blog entry by lairsho on Sep 04, 2013

    1 comment

    ... getting on a bus to Chihuahua, Mexico. Although most of our trip will be slow travel and spending longer periods in places we think we might like to live, our first leg is touristy. We're going to spend a couple of days exploring the Copper Canyon and riding the famous Chepe train through at least part of it. Mexico, here we ...

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