Flamingo Suites

Address: 401 West Lavery Lane, Tucson, Arizona, 85704, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 401 West Lavery Lane, Tucson, is near Tohono Chul Park, Quail Canyon Golf Course, Cactus Quilt Shop, and Craig Fine Arts.
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    Travel Blogs from Tucson

    Sabino Canyon: Desert AND Water

    A travel blog entry by ithacabelle on Mar 29, 2015

    50 photos

    ... season at Sabino Canyon. I am imagining that they get hoards of stupid tourists who don’t come prepared to be in the desert and a good number of people who try to use their services without paying. From the parking lot attendant: “We WILL ticket and tow, so buy a pass at the kiosk or visitors center before you park, unless you have an annual pass or senior pass.” Emily noted the unnecessary antagonism towards undocumented people when she made the point to ...

    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

    A travel blog entry by tpress29 on Apr 12, 2014

    12 photos

    ... The two blast doors were always shut and only four crew manned the silo in long shifts. Stuck underground maintaining a missile, equipment and waiting for nuclear war sounds horrible. The control room reeked of old school technology. I guess it should as the program was closed in the early 80s. We went through the life underground and the procedures to launch missile and destroy the world, simulating it with the systems. It was pretty interesting. We then went to the ...

    Those magnificent men in their flying machines

    A travel blog entry by wendalex on Jan 06, 2014

    9 photos

    ... the US govt. to store its old, unwanted planes and is known as the Aerospace Maintenance & Regeneration Group boneyard. Thousands of planes are here lined up and sealed in the dessert sun, just waiting to be either decommissioned or perhaps, when the need arises, to fly again. there is every type of plane here - from small fighters like the Phantom to enormous behemoths like the B52. some planes are in longterm storage and others are past it. They ...

    Seeing old friends

    A travel blog entry by charlottefiles on Sep 02, 2013

    ... pool, sunken bath - that I enjoyed before bed. I need one of those tubs.

    We went out to dinner with the Paris'. It was so nice spending time with friends. You don'r realize how nice it is to have people that you can sit and talk with, reminisce about old times and simply enjoy each others company. We met some nice people on our trip but there is no replacement for ...