Candlewood Suites Sierra Vista

Address: 1904 S Hwy 92, Sierra Vista, Arizona, 85635, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1904 S Hwy 92, Sierra Vista, is near Ramsey Canyon Preserve, San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area, Garden Canyon, and Silverado.
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Travel Blogs from Sierra Vista

Day 3 - Bisbee to Kingman, AZ.

A travel blog entry by coldcoronas on Mar 15, 2015

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... this morning. Left just before noon for a short drive to Tombstone, the most famous of Arizona mining camps with its colorful history. Discovered by Ed Schieffelin in 1878, the mine went on to produce millions. Tombstone had over 15,000 residents at one time. Fires nearly caused the death of Tombstone twice but the town was resilient. ...

Day 2 - Mesilla, NM to Bisbee, AZ.

A travel blog entry by coldcoronas on Mar 14, 2015

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A relatively uneventful 270-drive across the desert. Arrived in Benson, AZ., at 6:30pm where we left interstate 10 and drove southbound toward Mexico, through the old west town of Tombstone (which we will visit tomorrow). We drove past Old Bisbee, nestled down in a ravine, this picturesque mining town dates back to the 1800's when copper and other minerals were brought up out of the Arizona soil at the Queen mine. We were able to get a glance of the main ...

The Roadtrip Begins!

A travel blog entry by jabbiemontgogo on Mar 01, 2015

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... able to see the wall dividing the countries, but only after a drive through Montezuma Canyon which is about 20 miles of winding dirt road to the tune of almost 7500 feet! I literally would have had to been tranquilized if there had been any oncoming traffic. It seemed the only place to go was off the side. Holy Cow! It was treacherous! The views were incredible. The Border Patrol surveillance ...

Still In Arizona!

A travel blog entry by bounderbulletin on Dec 14, 2014

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... in one large group, like a flock of birds traveling in unison. They ran for a short distance and then stopped, turned and stared at us, like, "what are you fools looking at?"

The trip was successful, we didn't get lost, or drown, get eaten by a bear or mauled by a mountain lion. So that was a good day.

More to come.

Bye for now, and stay well.








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Friends in the desert

A travel blog entry by sueandlaz on Apr 30, 2013

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... house Hans built, being part of their world. Watching the birds of numerous varieties finches, hummingbirds, quails etc. from their back porch. This became a morning and nightly ritual. A backdrop of the setting sun over the mountains was very special to us, together with lots of talk and reminiscing and the odd Margherita.
Then Joan acted as a competent willing tour guide and drove us to various historic towns including Tombstone. This ...