Fairfield Inn Tucson I-10/Butterfield Business Park

Address: 4850 S Hotel Drive, Tucson, Arizona, 85714, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Butterfield Business Center area of Tucson, is near Reid Park Zoo, Kitt Peak National Optical Astronomy Observatory, Tucson Electric Park, and Kino Sports Complex.
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      A Celebration of Life

      A travel blog entry by orlandoanne on Sep 06, 2014

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      Next came a slide show of photos, accompanied by music from Jim's Ipod play list. Joe spoke briefly and later Stan, Meghan and I, but many other people spoke of their connections with Jim. ...

      Back on the Move

      A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Mar 03, 2014

      2 comments, 34 photos

      ... your bottle of liquor! It was surprisingly clean and was a pleasant surprise. We went with 3 other couples who go all the time for their dental and eye glass needs and they showed us the "ropes" of getting around this tiny little area.

      We went back to the "Center of the Earth" Museum to see a dedication of the History of the United States and the History of Parachuting, but it wasn't all that well organized which was too bad; however, we did speak with a ...

      Kartchner Caverns

      A travel blog entry by tbasler on Apr 27, 2013

      1 photo

      WOW factor is huge here! The caverns were discovered by two cavers in 1974. For 14 years it was kept a secret by them and the Kartchners who owned the property. They had seen caves destroyed with graffiti, litter and damage. This was such an extraordinary place that the most important effort was it's protection. They explored the caverns for over a year before revealing them to the Kartchners. During the agreed upon process for protection absolute secrecy was ...

      SPORTS in AUSTALIA

      A travel blog entry by pieper on Feb 04, 2013

      3 photos

      Although football is Australia's unofficial "national sport", Cricket is the favorite International sporting teams among men.

      Rugby is Australia's is the most popular In winter sports. Soccer is played by the young, but once age sets in, these players often turn to Rugby.
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      Checking In

      A travel blog entry by rosethexton on Aug 12, 2012

      63 photos

      ... rhino- even if it was in captivity! We also saw many bears (my first time seeing any!) but most exciting was the polar bear; it seems cruel to keep an arctic animal in the desert, but apparently they are able to live in both hot and cold climates. When we were walking past the reptile house, a snake lady was holding one of the small breed of pythons they have there and said we could pat it! Snakes feel so unusual, but pleasantly so. There were a few ...