Residence Inn Tucson Airport
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Residence Inn Tucson Airport
Travel Blogs from Tucson
... me that bigger biker dudes have an easier time riding motorcycles because they are heavier and stick to the road better than skinny minis. I hope it's the same for cycling. I'm thinking my bike will be pretty darn heavy when I finally set off for good, even with the ultralight camping gear I picked up at Summit Hut. The weight adds up so ...
... dinner, a lighter meal"...ha! With each couple contributing 2-3 appies such as shrimp & avocado, chicken lettuce wraps, meatballs, chicken wings, salad rolls, guacamole, veggies & dip, etc, we ended up eating more on this night than any other!! Oh, so good though! I even baked triple-ginger cookies one day for dessert, a real treat, paired with a maple bacon chocolate bar!
This is another one of ...
... Conservators begin a 5-year rescue effort of the interior
Today the restoration continues when funds are available.
Tohono O'odham Nation:
Just imagine, in the late 1600s a stranger on horseback has entered a village. Many of the people gather to see this stranger who is dressed in a dark, flowing robe and large brimmed hat. The people of the village greet the stranger and welcome him. These people are ...
... job of it too.This guy probably saves a lot of marriages. It's the number one thing couples fight about in all of the rv experience. Pete is taking the class on Thursday and I think I'll sit in again; there is so much to remember. And I want him to have the confidence that I can do it!! I thought I wanted to know how to drive if I had to. Now I want to when there is no traffic and open highways. Nevada for example. I'm sure this topic will be ...
... the pics once a week or so as I have been doing up to now.
Moving on from Bluff across Utah we had a positive National Park fest including Capitol Reef and Grand Staircase Escalante all in one day before arriving at Bryce Canyon for the night. Again, I'm lost for words to describe the scenery. Escalante alone is 1.9 million acres worth - a lot of space filled with a lot of big scenery. My favourite though isn't even a national park - Glen ...