Hotel Tucson City Center Conference Suite Resort
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
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... to the desert night life . Took some amazing sunset photos but also managed to impale myself on a pricklypear! We finished off with a final late night hot tub visit - its been really cool to lay there looking up at the stars and number one be soo warm and no2 actually remember some of what I am actually looking at . Id love to a hot tub at home but it would never be as warm as here to really enjoy it .
... Not only is it a magnificent outdoor nature park, it has an amazing number of really cool animals including a mountain lion, some Bob cats and a coyote. Peter's friends, the spiders, are fantastic as long as they stay behind the glass! The prairie dogs were out in the sun and the only one asleep today was he bear. A fabulous place. Love Tucson.
A word of warning for future visitors to PIMA - book your tour of the boneyard the day before you come. When Kenn and I got there, around noon, it was sold out all afternoon :-(
Even though it is fascinating and a great museum - beeping BIG - oh, just like everything else in the USA! You get some 40 acres to walk around anyway, without the coach tour around the boneyard. Let the pics do the talking............
... a shame to miss and has inspired a whole new appreciation for this environment. Prior to this visit I had considered the words "lush" and "desert" to be mutually exclusive and not likely to be connected in the same context. Comes highly recommended by us and numerous others who have had the opportunity to view this location. During our desert visit Tuscon received record breaking temperatures of 85 degrees Farenheit
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... preservation of these plants… and a location where you can go, to view them in their natural habitat close together… here the landscape and soil have been conditioned to allow plants not normally acclimated or soiled to this area… to be moved here for our enjoyment… of course all of ...