Alpine Lodge

Address: Mount Lemmon, Arizona, 85619, United States | Lodge
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This lodge, located in Mount Lemmon, is near Mount Lemmon, Mount Lemmon Ski Valley, Arizona Trail, and Oracle Ridge.
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Travel Blogs from Mount Lemmon

Touched by Tucson

A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Apr 05, 2015

2 comments, 94 photos

... growth evergreens which are replacing the ones lost to the fire. There is not much wildlife up here, but we do spot a really cool lizard called the Arizona Horny Toad!

Our next day-trip was to the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. The 98 acre museum is a fusion experience of botanical garden, zoo, natural history museum, art gallery, and aquarium. It is widely recognized throughout the world as a model institution for innovative presentation and interpretation ...

Day 11 - Grand Canyon (South Rim)!

A travel blog entry by scottiebigtrip on Aug 21, 2013

12 photos

... Then we passed through
Boulder city and on to route 95, we crossed Lake Mead but couldn't
see the Hoover Dam. We then continued and stopped at 9.15am at a
sweet little service station with lots of route 66 stuff for sale. We
then carried on to route 66, that we kept on coming on and off. We
stopped for lunch at 11.15am at the historic Grand Canyon railway, at
Williams, Arizona on route 66. the place for lunch was lovely, we had
a buffet and sat ...

Tucson 2

A travel blog entry by max-n-macgowest on Apr 20, 2013

We woke up this morning at 11 in our beds. And had one of the best mornings on our trip. We swam in his pool had brat for breakfast which was not fluffy and only air we really had to chew. We listened to jack Johnson music on Pandora Radio and the sun was burning with 32C. We tried to do some of our laundry and then we went to the University. We had lunch at Panda Express on ...

Gruesome Tucson

A travel blog entry by il_chambero on Dec 31, 2012

35 photos

... w/ taxes). The room was enormous - like 900 sq feet and had a king bed! While our stay with Kristin and Michael was full of good friends and great people- it was also full of a very small futon- I had to sleep corner to corner and Nicole was trapped in the 1/4 on one side. So getting to a bed that we could carve out our own fiefdoms and only touch when we decided to was a treat. One bed was Delaware and the other was Texas.

A touch of evening and a great day

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Mar 13, 2012

9 comments, 33 photos

... Church, near Tucson. It was originally build by Father Kino, a Jesuit missionary of some renown in the southwest. It was later modified in about 1780 by the Franciscans. It didn't appeal to me like the missions we saw last year, but was beautiful in it's unique way.

We got home at about five o'clock to a nice warm coach. It was in the low eighties outside and a toasty ninety-two inside. A few minutes ...