Comfort Inn Green Valley

Address: 90 W Esperanza Blvd, Green Valley, Arizona, 85614-2605, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 90 W Esperanza Blvd, Green Valley, is near Titan Missile Museum, Quail Creek Country Club, Haven Golf Course, and Torres Blancas Golf Club.
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        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Green Valley

        Day 5: Arches and Mesa Verde NP

        A travel blog entry by kurtvb on Sep 25, 2015

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        ... over 700 years ago. In fact, we were told that they believe more people actually lived in the Utah / Colorado area back then, than live here today. Our tour guide, Ranger Dan, was very proud to be a sessional Ranger, and this was in fact his last tour of his session, so he asked if we would mind he extended it a little, so off we went on an 1.5 tour of Balcony House. He answered many, many questions and took us up a 32 ft wooden ladder ...

        From Chuck in Tucson Arizona

        A travel blog entry by maxlite on Jul 30, 2015

        Another hot day in the Southwest. Temperatures reached 104° out on the road. It is a little cooler here tonight in Tucson, and the trailer is cooling down better than last night. I am hoping for cooler temperatures as we move on to our next stop in to El Paso and then further east. We stopped at Walmart to get a couple little fans, to better push air around the trailer. Tomorrow we ...


        A travel blog entry by jaffajim on Jun 30, 2015

        Saturday Connie joined us for a drive down to Bev's ranch. In March, a big flood came down the wash. It wrecked the crossing, came into the cat house, deposited tons of debris against any obstruction and washed away her propane tank. The house down stream lost its barn and two cars. The ranch was in a bad way and luckily, Joanne, one of the owners, took charge and installed a man who worked for her ...

        Together again...

        A travel blog entry by kingcotti on Feb 24, 2014


        ... that they have to pay campground fees...even though FIMA is paying rent for others who have been displaced. It's not like they are choosing to not go back up and take care of things. It's simply that they can't do it without a great deal of trouble.

        As usual, when we're together we manage to put together a feast from time to time. It's always fun to see what we can come up with. Leftovers are the best in RVs! Today for lunch we ...


        A travel blog entry by jackaprahamian on Feb 06, 2013

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        Today I woke up to two police men asking me where my parents were. I told them I was with a friend. When they pointed out Enrique I said no, they were going to take me in there cop car. As I fought to get away, Enrique threw coke on them, they went after him instead, he took away his own freedom for mine. I got away and walked around for a bit. I looked up to see my mother at the telephone, in the exact same spot, at 10:00. I had found ...