Whisper's Ranch Bed & Breakfast

Address: 1490 HWY 83, Tucson, Arizona, 85611, United States | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located in the Ward 1 area of Tucson, is near Sentinel Peak, San Xavier Plaza, El Tiradito Shrine, and Coronado National Forest.
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Travel Blogs from Tucson

Wigwam World

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on May 14, 2014

46 photos

... and mosied on down to the rather boring petrol station where we could also use the restrooms, once Kate had figured out how to open the door.

From there we drove on to look for a suitable place where we could stop for our picnic.
The Biosphere was the next official stop on the tour, but we decided to give that a miss and go straight on to the hotel in Tucson.
Over the next 10 miles or so, we must have passed at least 7 police cars, out to catch ...

Tucson I

A travel blog entry by raroboy on Feb 03, 2014

90 photos

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  • The sleeping quarters and kitchen from the crew
  • Went at least 9 times in the old elevator of the silo to go to a different floor
  • Day 1 Tour of Southern Arizona

    A travel blog entry by sherylbarry on Oct 03, 2013

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... on the paper which is also stapled to the walls. The waiters are named after renowned cowboys from days gone by. Check out the photo of the drinks! It was dark by the time we reached our accommodation for the night, The Lodge at Ventana Canyon -a gorgeous 2-storied lodge set in beautiful grounds looking out over the Santa Catalina mountains on the outskirts of Tucson. We sat on the deck and enjoyed the peaceful setting over a few drinks. Our tour guide had given us an awesome ...

    Traveling to Tucson

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

    16 photos

    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 -- ...

    Cacti, Cacti and more Cacti

    A travel blog entry by h.o.t. on May 24, 2012

    16 photos

    ... way back towards the campground. This was about a two hour drive, but, as it turned out we did not need or even want to make it to Saguaro East.
    As is our (now) normal practice, we went straight to the visitor center, after stopping and buying ice-cold drinks for everyone to try and get rehydrated. It has turned out that simply existing in the hot arid climate has led to a gradual descent into dehydration and headaches for us. At the Visitor Center we met a very ...