Oakwood 5400 E Williams Blvd

Address: 5400 E. Williams Boulevard, Tucson, Arizona, 85711-4411, United States | Condo
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This condo, located in the Ward 1 area of Tucson, is near International Wildlife Museum, Starr Pass Golf Club, Sentinel Peak, and El Rio Golf Course.
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A Celebration of Life

A travel blog entry by orlandoanne on Sep 06, 2014

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Somewhere around 100 people attended---family, some of Jim's coworkers and many folks who knew him in the realm of dog sports. Steven emceed the event, starting with a welcome and invitation to enjoy the food.



Snakes are awake.....saying goodbye to the desert!

A travel blog entry by batttravels on Mar 04, 2014

3 comments, 32 photos

... in Tucson. We will come back and do things on the east
side next time but I am ready for different scenery. I have seen enough desert
and cacti for a while.

We are headed NORTH to Phoenix on Monday for a couple of days to visit family and friends and then to Bullhead City for a week to visit more family and friends. We are hoping on the 13th to head towards the south rim of the Grand Canyon.

Talk to you in a couple of weeks.

Rusty and Debbie


Kartchner Caverns

A travel blog entry by tbasler on Apr 27, 2013

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... the thrill and excitement! They crawled through miles of tunnels they made that were just big enough for their bodies. Then to find three caverns, rotunda, throne, and the big room. The big room is only available for tours October to April. Otherwise it is home to thousands of migrating bats. The rotunda and throne rooms are gigantic with formations 200,000 years old. Stalactites (down from the ceiling) and stalagmites (from the floor up), Soda straws, ...


A travel blog entry by whitneygallahan on Feb 07, 2013

Today I got here by riding with the man in his car and being picked up by Reina. I was taken to a workplace with some other immigrants where we picked tomatoes and such.A few of the men told me to not rub my eyes cause the chemicals would burn them, I made sure to take note of that. All was well until the immigration police came and took some people. I hid behind racks of plants and came out ...

Tucson and the Arizona desert

A travel blog entry by alexd3 on Oct 14, 2012

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The southern part of Arizona is mostly desert with 2 large cities (Phoenix and Tucson).
In Phoenix we stayed on the outskirts of town (Happy Valley suburb).
In Tucson we stayed at the Desert Dove Bed and Breakfast.
The setting was beatiful, on the edge of town, just a few kilometers from Saguaro National Park East.
If you go walking in the desert parks, or on your own, learn desert-safety tips.
Take water, always let someone know ...