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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      Tucson

      A travel blog entry by jenni_c_smith on Sep 15, 2014

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      ... remembrance happening and after 9.30 am we could go in and take pictures of the Chapel. It kin of felt disrespectful for us to even be there on this occasion. The prayer room was so hot with candles burning! We were able to walk around the hill that has a cross on it and a shrine. It was a great vantage point for photos of the Mission and the valley. We arrived at the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum at 10.30am. I was tired and could have done with ...

      Tucson day 2

      A travel blog entry by tpress29 on Apr 13, 2014

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      ... abstract analogy as these are machines, not living things, but having spent so much of my life around aircraft, they do tend to have a personality of their own.

      From the boneyard I made myself to the gym. They were all at the top end of town and I went for a different one this time. Just before I arrived my phone was on the verge of dying. Too much texting. This could be an issue trying to get back to Swedes. Luckily the gym had wifi and I was able to use my ...

      Those magnificent men in their flying machines

      A travel blog entry by wendalex on Jan 06, 2014

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      ... used by the US Marines as their fighter of choice but a few of the oldest models are kept here for parts. Semper Fi...

      Cos we were so late in arriving at the museum on the Monday, we only did the boneyard - we had to come back the next day and see the museum proper. here, they store some really historic aircraft. They have a working model of the Wright flyer - the one that Orville and Wilbur wright flew at Kitty Hawke in 1903, and numerous ...

      Freedom: Traversing the Southwest in Two Days

      A travel blog entry by char.j.stoever on Jun 08, 2013

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      Seven hours after finishing my Americorps program, I left San Antonio at 4am on Saturday, June 8th. I fit my entire life into two suit cases, a backpack, and a tiny blue suitcase that my abuelita (grandmother in Spanish) had given me. My 10-year-old blue Subaru Outback, named Carmen, was ready to go. As a ten year old who obsessed over Animal Planet shows, this was the car that I needed to have if I ever were to save the dingos in Australia with the Croc Hunter. After merging onto ...

      Asia

      A travel blog entry by dmarcia on Jan 23, 2013

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      ... and it is definitely a challenge to cross the street! We visited several silk stores and then walked back by the lake. The Vietnamese people are very warm and gracious.

      At 6:00 p.m. we had our first Tauck function, c cocktail party at L'Orangerie, a lovely glassed in area at Le Club. There are 30 travelers in all, plus our tour guide Larry. He has a great sense of humor. We have a 3 course dinner of Vietnamese food which is very good.
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