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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn & Suites Airport North Tucson
The first problem I had was with their internet service. It was initially OK but it kept slowing down as the evening wore on until I was getting less than dial-up speeds.
The next problem was the breakfast. I had a choice of cereal, instant oatmeal, oranges or bread, with or without margarine. And I could have coffee or milk to drink. Not much of a breakfast.
Then I tried to take a shower. I waited and waited for hot water but it never came.
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