Best Western Green Valley Inn

Address: 111 South La Canada Drive, Green Valley, Arizona, 85614, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 111 South La Canada Drive, Green Valley, is near Titan Missile Museum, Haven Golf Course, Torres Blancas Golf Club, and Bank One Building.
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      Travel Blogs from Green Valley

      Remembrance Day 2014

      A travel blog entry by maustravels on Nov 11, 2014

      ... rock and wind sculpted rocks. Natural springs and lots of cacti at the bottom. Later Beatrice made yummy Dover sole and we enjoyed more wine and an evening on the patio. Today we walked up to the shopping center near by and explored Crate and Barrel and the other upscale stores. Then we explored the Tohono Chul....its the Sonoran Botanical Garden....very interesting assortment of cacti, agave , trees like the ironwood, the Creosote bush, the mesquite and the desert ...

      Tucson-Tombstone-Las Cruces

      A travel blog entry by jenni_c_smith on Sep 16, 2014

      ... Elizabeth who joined us agin for the third time, they are nice anyway. At 7.00 pm it's switched off and so Andrew went up to the servo for some beers. He came back with imported Heineken pints, 8 for $11 plus tax, now we have to drink them! I only had two and we watched the end of Desolation of Smog, just right where I turned off the movie in LA the other night and we watched most of Captain America too but stilled managed to have a reasonably early ...

      Saguaro National Park

      A travel blog entry by vriecke on May 22, 2013

      5 photos

      ... us were taken using the self-timer setting on my camera, and a Gorillapod (best $20 I've spent). The first one, taken from far away in order to get in most of the cactus, thankfully doesn't show me huffing and puffing - only had 10 seconds to press the camera, and run like a fool. Good thing no one was near.
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      Awe Inspiring, Monster Cactus!

      A travel blog entry by mcgovern on Apr 26, 2012

      16 photos

      ... this because in the picture there were so many more cactuses in 1933, which made me sad. A little bit into the drive we went on a hike to learn more about why many of the Saguaros have died. On the hike I saw a lot more of the desert. I learned that if it is cold for 20 hours a saguaro cactus can die. When I learned this I was so amazed ...

      Mission Copper Mine and Downtown Tucson

      A travel blog entry by momadunc on Mar 10, 2011

      72 photos

      ... grade of only about 0.67 percent copper, which means that every
      ton - or 2,000 pounds - of ore that comes out of the mine produces only
      13 pounds of copper. In addition, for every ton of ore, about three tons
      of waste rock must be removed. To keep the pit economically feasible,
      engineers use sophisticated equipment that tracks progress. When the
      price of copper is low, miners work on excavating areas with ...