The Stay In Oro Valley

115 W Vistoso Highlands Dr., Tucson, Arizona, 85755, United States | 3 star condo
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Tucson II

A travel blog entry by raroboy


... not to miss: visiting the Grand Palace Saloon to attend a musical show with Lady Vivian and her Saloon girls. And enjoying the train ride around Old Tucson with more little discoveries like chuck wagons, mines…. And if that is not enough, how about talking with a cowboy who introduced us to the cowboy live, the chuck wagon, the cookies and the cattle drives.

Paul’s favorite song is “I wanna be a ...

Tucson 3

A travel blog entry by max-n-macgowest

To day we woke up at 11 o'clock and again had a great breakfast. This day was our chill day and even that I hate saying this word it was amazing. We all called back home to tell everybody how we are doing and where we are. We enjoyed the sun jumped in the pool to refresh. At around 1 Richard Bill and I went to the grocery store and because I was German he let me drive ...

Aircraft Day

A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen


... any rain runs off the compact soil, lessening the risk of the planes sinking into any mud. Because the Boneyard is military property we were not allowed to get off the bus during the tour. It’s too bad because I would have loved to walk among the aircraft. But it’s absolutely amazing to see the number and variety of planes just sitting there, more than 300 acres of ...

Guns, Bad Guys, Saloons, and Gun Fights.

A travel blog entry by fredmare


... the wildest, wickedest night spot between Basin Street and the Barbary Coast." The Earp brothers—Virgil, Wyatt, Morgan and Warren Earp—arrived
in December 1879 and the summer of 1880. All assumed roles as lawmen at
one time or another which led to ongoing conflicts ...

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

A travel blog entry by fredmare


... and understanding
of the Sonoran Desert. Within
the Museum grounds, you will see more than 300 animal species and 1,200 kinds
of plants. There are almost 2 miles of paths traversing 21 acres of beautiful
desert. We didn't see all of these nor did we walk the entire 21 acres but we did see a lot and took a lot of cool pics. We hope you enjoy them as much as we enjoyed our tour of the Desert Museum.


This 3 star condo, located in the Rancho Vistoso area of Tucson, is near Catalina State Park, The Golf Club at Vistoso, Pusch Ridge Stables, and El Conquistador Country Club - Sunset Golf Course.
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