Travel Blogs from Tucson, United States

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Trials and Tribulations of Preparations, Tucson, United States travel blog

Trials and Tribulations of Preparations

A travel blog entry by muddyfeet

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... , buy traveler's insurance and go" Tonight is my last night with my cats for 6 months:(  But it is also the second to last night in the United States for 6 months:) and before I leave to Guatemala:).  Holy crap, I'm leaving to ...

Going Home and Bits of Suggestions, Tucson, United States travel blog

Going Home and Bits of Suggestions

A travel blog entry by muddyfeet

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... cheapest ticket takes you, try not to fall back into the old. These are the things I am telling myself as I readjust to the states.  Day four is going quite well.  I'm finishing my blog except I have loads of pics to add, that will be the true ...

Amtrak and Greyhound, San Diego and Tucson, United States travel blog

Amtrak and Greyhound

A travel blog entry by andanddan

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... hours and three junk food meals later, we arrived at our destination. Unfortunately after an hour of wandering around an eerily deserted Tucson, we still hadnīt found a suitable hotel in which to spend our final night in the USA. Our last resort was to ...

Coronado and Tumacacori, Tucson, United States travel blog

Coronado and Tumacacori

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica

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I drove 35 miles to Coronado National Memorial which is right at the border of the United States and Mexico.  I drove up to Montezuma Pass Overlok (elevation 6,575 feet) for a spectacular view of the San Pedro Valley with the ...

Try Some Tucson Flavor, Tucson, United States travel blog

Try Some Tucson Flavor

A travel blog entry by muddyfeet

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... , musicians, liberal folk, evangelical faiths, students, retirees, outdoor enthusiasts, travelers, nomads and a heavily Mexican influenced Catholicism, Tucson has a bit of uniqueness for all. People either love the desert, hate it, or just want to leave ...

Cactus in Arizona, Tucson Arizona, United States travel blog

Cactus in Arizona

A travel blog entry by jennykelly

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... them. We enjoyed the 533 kilometer ride through New Mexico and right into the next state of Arizona, where we rode through Tucson, looking for a motel. All the motels and hotels seemed to be on the other side of the highway from which we were ...

Tucson, Tucson, United States travel blog

Tucson

A travel blog entry by myjob

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There is something romantic about the open road, especially in the Midwest. The climate is dry, hot, stunning and the road seems to stretch for miles and miles. (Note: from and air-conditioned car) Before coming to Arizona (after a summer in an ...

The first rule of travelogue is: do not ..., Tucson, United States travel blog

The first rule of travelogue is: do not ...

A travel blog entry by bradleyt

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... sued the gorilla last year for making fun of his weight. Friday, November 5th The drive through the desert to Tucson is very non-descript. I arrived in town in the early afternoon and immediately headed to the University of Arizona's beautiful ...

Europe Trip - Fly to Chicago, Tucson, United States travel blog

Europe Trip - Fly to Chicago

A travel blog entry by azcelt

... Airlines and to relax and enjoy the flight. The plane sat on the tarmac for a half an hour then rolled down the Tucson runway and lifted off toward Chicago. The flight was very smooth as we headed east first following Interstate 10 and then ...

Exploring the Saguaro Forest, Tucson, United States travel blog

Exploring the Saguaro Forest

A travel blog entry by 10sandy

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Day 309 - Today we met with our friends Becky and Don and headed up to this amazing park about 25 miles from our campground.  Being from the East Coast, I had never been so up close to so many cactus.  The varieties are amazing - some in bloom, ...

Saguaro, Tucson & Coronado N.F., Tucson, United States travel blog

Saguaro, Tucson & Coronado N.F.

A travel blog entry by kellyjohn

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... ?), passing by amazing rock formations on the way, and reaping the benefits of the altitude's cooler air.  (Temperatures in scorching Tucson were close to 100 degrees that day.)   After viewing Hoodoos, and hiking out to a lookout point, we ...

Tucson, Arizona, USA, Tucson, United States travel blog

Tucson, Arizona, USA

A travel blog entry by globekiter

Tucson, Arizona, ...

Pima, Tucson, United States travel blog

Pima

A travel blog entry by topanga

The ...

The Finale, Finally., Tucson, United States travel blog

The Finale, Finally.

A travel blog entry by rosethexton

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... expecting- as well as half the fresh-made lemonade flavours under the sun.   Goodbyes are hard.  Saying good bye to Tucson and Hopi was easy, but the people I've met here have been beautiful and great friendships were made.  Sneha left on ...

Heading Back to the Land of Milk and Honey, Tucson, United States travel blog

Heading Back to the Land of Milk and Honey

A travel blog entry by arisialee

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Hola! Hey Everyone! I'm back in the USA for a short visit over the holidays. I've been back for about three weeks now, and I'm definitely getting used to life here again. It will be hard to re-adjust to the campo life in Panama. ...

TheTragic End of FiFi Land..., Tucson, United States travel blog

TheTragic End of FiFi Land...

A travel blog entry by olane

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Okay, so most children have imaginary friends. I, on the other, more creative hand, had an imaginary land. Fi Fi Land. Oh, it was beautiful. I would sit outside and conjure it up in my head for hours, "Olivia, you need to clean your room,"..."Sorry Mom, ...

Life Begins at 62!, Tucson, United States travel blog

Life Begins at 62!

A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads

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... quarters and occupants change constantly.  Next day visited the oldest excavated sign of civilization in all of North America, located between Tucson and Phoenix.  The site is Casa Grande Ruins.             ...

The Return Home, Tucson, United States travel blog

The Return Home

A travel blog entry by bandersnatch07

We finally got home at about 12:30am after some serious delays in the flight process. Thankfully this was the only snag in our entire trip, and it wasn't too bad. It's been a great time and it's all come to a close now, but I hope to cruise again ...

Christmas and kids,   AZ, United States travel blog

Christmas and kids

A travel blog entry by thriftydrifters

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Christmas trees and lights. Songs of peace and good will. Snow in the north Sun in the south Wherever you are it's Christmas. Merry Christmas to all and a happy New Year ...

Arizona, Tucson, United States travel blog

Arizona

A travel blog entry by nrcruit

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... lovely days of scenic driving through the mountains and deserts of the south west we ended up last night an hour south of Tucson at Catalina state park. The day started with a cacti tour in Saguaro national park, an 8 mile winding road through thousands ...

Back on the Move, Tucson, United States travel blog

Back on the Move

A travel blog entry by 10sandy

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... around this tiny little area. We went back to the "Center of the Earth" Museum to see a dedication of the History of the United States and the History of Parachuting, but it wasn't all that well organized which was too bad; however,  we did speak ...

Search and Destroy, Tucson, United States travel blog

Search and Destroy

A travel blog entry by hibbs

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What is so interesting about a Titan Missle?, Tucson, United States travel blog

What is so interesting about a Titan Missle?

A travel blog entry by kupdegra

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Ok, I'm thinking "why are we going to a Titan Missile Museum?" And if you see one Titan you have probably seen them all. I doubt these missles are going to be painted by famous artists. But Gary has it on his list, so I'm trudging sort-of ...

The G*****n hat..., Tucson, United States travel blog

The G*****n hat...

A travel blog entry by eireanpennylane

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So. The newest rigmarole in the Grand Canyon saga: the hat. We head out to our local outdoors store here in Tucson, to pick up "a couple of things". My brother (Keith), my sister-in-law (Christina) and I spent most of the time sitting on the outdoor ...

Introducing “The Tank”, Tucson, United States travel blog

Introducing “The Tank”

A travel blog entry by gordonandsarah

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... ; Be younger than us We soon determined that even with these loose criteria the choice of cars for around $3,000-4000 in Tucson was pretty limited. You essentially could buy a pretty old and ugly sedan/estate/oldsmobile type thing or, for the same price, ...

Leaving the west, Tucson, United States travel blog

Leaving the west

A travel blog entry by mikeandjess

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I'm off New York. Wish me ...

Monday July 23, 2007, Tucson, United States travel blog

Monday July 23, 2007

A travel blog entry by trialsrider

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7/23/2007 Up early the next morning, we checked out of the motel and were at APC Trailers just before opening time, we thought. After about twenty minutes of waiting, I said, "it's Monday morning and I can imagine an employee showing up late, but this ...

Friends in Tucson, Tucson, United States travel blog

Friends in Tucson

A travel blog entry by jodieandandy

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... away and our friendship grew as the years passed. I knew we would always be friends, even when Laura and Marylee moved out to Tucson 10 years ago. The rooms of their home are a study in color, with most of them (if not all) having multicolored blends ...

the other Grandma's house, Tucson, United States travel blog

the other Grandma's house

A travel blog entry by dn3a

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Driving to Tucson was beautiful. It's been so many years since I lived in the desert, that I forgot how lovely it could be. As we passed through Benson, there was even a light dusting of snow on the ground. So pretty against the backdrop of the mountains ...

The Great Desert., Tucson, United States travel blog

The Great Desert.

A travel blog entry by lublas

... Late afternoon we roll into Tucson, Arizona. Under the blast of a vibrant blue sky and dazzling sun, the pueblo of Tucson hummed with hipster activity. Coffee shops, used record stores stand plastered with garage band fliers and notices of art shows... ...

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