Flamingo Suites

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 Rochelle K Fine Women's Apparel.
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Travel Blogs from Tucson

Tucson

A travel blog entry by rvmillers2014 on Jun 07, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos



We spent a couple of days in Las
Cruces, NM, then on to Tucson, AZ. Wow,
was it hot! 105 to 108 degrees every
day. We did a lot of touring by
car: Saguaro National Park, Mt. Lemmon,
which is 9000 feet high and much cooler up there, and Tombstone. We walked along the wooden sidewalks in
Tombstone and managed to find a saloon to go in and cool off. ...

Good memories at Tucson

A travel blog entry by paulandginny on Jan 31, 2014

10 photos

We left early from Deming to make our way towards Benson on I 10. By the way, if you look at a map, north of there you'll see a town called Truth or Consequences! Really.....how would you feel if someone asked you where you lived!! We hoped we would avoid some expected very high winds again. It was a bit scary at times and when we arrived at Butterfield RV Park, the wind became much stronger still. We drove to Tucson to the Pima Air ...

"Mission" Accomplished

A travel blog entry by rmwright on Oct 14, 2013

1 comment, 41 photos

... Tribe and are most likely descendants of the prehistoric Hohokam Culture. Many O'odham that reside on the four land bases are Catholics, but are very aware of their "himdage" which means "way of life". Many traditions and beliefs of the O'odham elders continue to be handed down from one generation to another. The O'odham language is thriving. There are several different dialects and these dialects come from different parts of the ...

Traveling to Tucson

A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Jan 09, 2013

16 photos

Yuma has this delightful place call the Pivot Point where the railroad from the East hit the Colorado river 150 years ago, and the engines were forced to turn around. All roads across the southern continent used to converge on this point. The mighty Colorado narrowed at Yuma. Ferries had been in place since pre colonial times, and it was an important stop for boats going up the river. Then the bridges came -- ...

Just how cold WAS it Johnny?

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Mar 20, 2012

3 comments, 21 photos

... it that, varied between smooth sandy sections and vicious rock stairs of sorts. The altitude gain kept us stopping regularly to catch our breath. We had water in our hydration pack, so that was easy. Air? It came easily after a few minutes at trailside.

We made it to Romero Pass and then decided that after two hour ascent, we didn't want to drop down the three hundred feet to dip our toes in the pools. I had a snack, took ...