Catalina Park Inn

Address: 309 East 1st Street, Tucson, Arizona, 85705, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located in the West University area of Tucson, is near "A"Mountain (Sentinel Peak), Del Sol International Shops, Audubon Nature Shop, and Postal History Foundation.
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      Let's go shopping!

      A travel blog entry by retired_robert on Oct 28, 2014

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      ... a pickup that was being restored. JR thinks it's a 1947 'Advanced Design' model. It looked lovely. The heat rather curtailed our wander round the yard where they keep stripped down cars and engines. Many of the bodies have little corrosion and are sent to his other workshop to be bead blasted and primed. After an hour or so we signed the visitors book and left before having a brief stop at a nearby petrol station that had a 'Subway'. The 'Beast' and the rest of us fueled ...

      MacGyver, dinosaurs, rainbows and Burgers...

      A travel blog entry by teamchase on Dec 19, 2013

      15 photos

      ... made it sound super cool. It lied. They were fun to stop at, but they looked pretty beat up. If you are cruising through with kids and need gas it's a great place to stop. Other than that, eh. We did hit some rain heading into Phoenix. As I was driving I literally saw the rainbow develop before my eyes. After living in Hawaii for almost 6 years, and seeing them everywhere I became used to them so I was super excited to see it form today directly in my path. (Side note, I-10 is ...

      Flavors of the SouthWest

      A travel blog entry by suegoeswest on May 26, 2013

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      ... 1889 silver mining town…still amazingly active, especially today. This is their annual Wyatt Earp Festival and all the locals from as far away as Phoenix gather in costumes of the period to stage a street fight with guns-a-blazin'! We were swept away with the excitement of the day, and took lots of photos, and even a hangin’ (see photos).

      The actual town of old is only 4 square blocks, but there’s lots to ...

      Gentle Giants

      A travel blog entry by thetrekkers on May 09, 2013

      33 photos

      ... I think of it walking through the saguaro, all with their hands up.
      The East park is desert but also includes the Rincon Mountains. We drove the scenic road again plus we took a 3 hour hike, very few rocks, so no falls. The lizards were not cooperative today, too fast. BUT when we took the road back to the car after the hike, we saw a gila monster crossing the road. These guys aren't seen too often, so ...

      PIMA AIR MUSEUM / THE BONEYARD / TITAN MISSILE

      A travel blog entry by jdboy on Apr 03, 2013

      31 photos

      ... the safe was open and well and truly wrecked but at least I had my stuff.

      Time to hit the road. First stop, the PIMA Air & Space Museum. It's not like your traditional boring museum, well, not for me anyway. It consisted of 5 hangers and a huge backyard which housing around 300 planes, ranging from old fighter jets and helicopters to commercial aircraft. Some of the other interesting exhibits include a moon rock, a replica of ...