Armory Park Guesthouse

Address: 219 South Fifth Ave., Tucson, Arizona, 85701, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown Tucson area of Tucson, is near Tucson Children's Museum, Rialto Theatre, St. Augustine Cathedral, and Tucson Convention and Visitor Bureau.
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Travel Blogs from Tucson

"Book of First's"

A travel blog entry by nomadnatalia on Nov 04, 2014

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... of our cohabitants.
All in all the experience was fine. We slept with our belongings on our bunks, got a parking ticket, had some cold waffles, took a decent shower, and got to use some wifi. Ahhh. But, the roof over out heads and was a blessing. There ya go, another for the "Book of First's". Today we get KK a phone, our rolling road-soldier gets an oil change, and we get some much needed pool time in Phoenix.

For now, enjoy some glitter and tassels.

MacGyver, dinosaurs, rainbows and Burgers...

A travel blog entry by teamchase on Dec 19, 2013

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... made it sound super cool. It lied. They were fun to stop at, but they looked pretty beat up. If you are cruising through with kids and need gas it's a great place to stop. Other than that, eh. We did hit some rain heading into Phoenix. As I was driving I literally saw the rainbow develop before my eyes. After living in Hawaii for almost 6 years, and seeing them everywhere I became used to them so I was super excited to see it form today directly in my path. (Side note, I-10 is ...

Flavors of the SouthWest

A travel blog entry by suegoeswest on May 26, 2013

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... talents of Greg Arnstribg being the focus. But at the intermission they allow visitors from the area come up on stage. It all became a bit too eclectic with the inclusion of 9 local college musicians….good but a bit over the top for our country tastes.

Nonetheless, we had a great time…just wish there was more chat time for old friends…pity about that!

All in all: What a great day!



Sunrise/Saguaro Nationa Park East/ Catalina SP

A travel blog entry by gsnakehill on Apr 08, 2013

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... Mountain District is so different from the west branch. We did stop at the visitor center but could go not go on the loop trail (I knew that before we went) and the only camping is tent camping in the mountains. There is a huge Saguaro Forest at the foot of the mountains and also a desert. The Cactus Forest Drive is an eight mile scenic drive that winds through the Saguaro Forest and other desert life. There ...


A travel blog entry by jdboy on Apr 01, 2013

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... getting my connecting flight to Tucson. Good excuse for a coffee. Looks like it's Starbucks on account of the fact you can't take more than 5 steps in the US without falling over one of them !

Had a troll around Los Angeles Airport. It is still a dump, just like I remembered. I couldn't even sneak in a couple of beers while I waited coz I had to pick up a rental car when I got to Tucson. Bugger !

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