La Posada Lodge and Casitas
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of La Posada Lodge and Casitas
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews La Posada Lodge and Casitas Tucson
Travel Blogs from Tucson
... by the pool --- until it got taken over by kids playing football in the pool. I sound like an old ******ety old lady, but it was ridiculous. Enjoyed watching the sites in the campground. It was a rough night of trying to sleep ---- got woken up around 2 am to loud Mexican music......somewhere in the campground, someone was having a good old party. Unfortunately, they were keeping many people up. Of course, the campground hosts/managers ...
... that you were walking the same streets and entering the same buildings as some of your favorite actors.
Just when you think our day was done, we stopped in to the International Wildlife Museum of Tucson. WOW, AMAZING, EXTRAORDINARY, MIND BOGGLING - none of those are enough to describe this fantastic museum. You could spend a whole day there just opening and closing your mouth as you are so blown ...
Tucson seems to have flown by far too quickly and it was so sad to leave my friends again after such a short time. I don't know what I would've done had I still been with Imari and spent this whole trip there not doing anything- Tucson is not exactly a thrilling place! It's funny the way things work out.
I arrived back in San Marcos on the 20th only to leave again on the 22nd for my road trip to Solvang. My cousin on my father's side, Kiri, married ...
... and is meeting her twin sister, Angie, here from who still lives in the UK, to ranch and then watch El Divo. We also met, Markus, Stephan and Andreas from Germany, and Thomas and his family from Sweden (also traveling the states), then there is Anne and her daughters from Gloucester, Jenny and Sarah, plus Elaine (a first timer like Tanya) and her daughter Amy. An absolutely wonderful bunch of people, ranging from 21 to??? ;-) And who ...
... The grounds are beautiful ... Where 42 monks now live... we found that they still have a dress code, which we didn't meet ... long pants, long sleeve shirts, shoes, skirts, scarfs... but the drive to the Monastery and the visual sights of their property tells us that the dress code is worth the time and effort so we're headed back on a cooler day ...