The Cactus Quail

Address: 14000 N. Dust Devil Drive, Tucson, Arizona, 85739-9047, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 14000 N. Dust Devil Drive, Tucson, is near Catalina State Park, The Golf Club at Vistoso, Pusch Ridge Stables, and Ventana Canyon - Mountain Course.
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And we're off!

A travel blog entry by nicolerpierce on Jun 01, 2014


... up lady", looks.
(Note to self - have someone show me, it takes way to long, and I looked like such a amateur). Pretty good so far, I'm categorizing this departure a success, Viola!

A friend of mine that travels a lot told me that they don't have public restrooms like I'm used to here in the US. I might have to pay to use the bathroom?.? I've decided that just in ...

Tucson I

A travel blog entry by raroboy on Feb 03, 2014

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Otherwise we spend the day on the Farmers market, the ‘Mexican’ Flea market and checking in our new RV’s now the big question: do we need a new one????

Titan Missile Museum

Now we booked the top to bottom tour only because the other one was full… AND it was the best thing that could have happened. Chuck our guide worked for 3.5 years in one of the launching teams right here in this missile ...

Day 1 Tour of Southern Arizona

A travel blog entry by sherylbarry on Oct 03, 2013

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We were very fortunate to have Linda - our own personal tour guide extraordinaire who grew up in this area. First we visited the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. It covers 21 acres with 2 miles of walking paths (which we did not cover as it was really hot (90 Fahrenheit or 33 Celsius in the shade). It was a really interesting fascinating place, as we had no knowledge of desert environments . Most of the exhibits are living exhibits simulating natural habitats and the interrelationships ...

Traveling to Tucson

A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Jan 09, 2013

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Yuma has this delightful place call the Pivot Point where the railroad from the East hit the Colorado river 150 years ago, and the engines were forced to turn around. All roads across the southern continent used to converge on this point. The mighty Colorado narrowed at Yuma. Ferries had been in place since pre colonial times, and it was an important stop for boats going up the river. Then the bridges came -- ...

Tucson, AZ

A travel blog entry by sereivam on Mar 17, 2012

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... behind his garden fence is a part of a state park - reserve. We looked out and saw a pack of javelins – they look like wild pigs but are actually hoofed mammals originating from South America. The pronunciation of javelin is something like “have elyna”.

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