Econo Lodge University / Downtown

Address: 1136 N. Stone Ave., Tucson, Arizona, 85705, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 1136 N. Stone Ave., Tucson, is near La Fuente, "A"Mountain (Sentinel Peak), Audubon Nature Shop, and Postal History Foundation.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Econo Lodge University / Downtown Tucson

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Travel Blogs from Tucson

Driving the Border Back to Civilization

A travel blog entry by lacasarodante on Mar 28, 2015

3 photos

... little blue dot to flash its tiny beacon as it moves across the screen to get you to the red pin and the front door!

Desert Trails was a campground that catered to snowbirds in large motorhomes seeking several months of winter sun in Arizona. The season was just breaking up however and a few sites had been vacated so we were able to stay there. Our site, although closely packed in with other r.v.”s, was beautifully landscaped with desert plants and backed onto the ...

Saguaros everywhere

A travel blog entry by cth-road on Feb 10, 2015

1 comment, 19 photos

Finally, I get to see for what I wanted to go to Arizona: The Saguaro. It is a arborescent (tree-like) cactus species. In Latin: Carnegiea gigantea. It can grow up to 20 m tall, but it only grows about 1 m per 40 years. And only after 65 years it will grow a first arm. Due to this slow ...

Day 3. A Long Fresh Air Break in Tucson, AZ.

A travel blog entry by kallenswishtrip on Apr 07, 2014

1 comment, 23 photos

... so excited to get showers that we didn't waste any time.

We had to get re-organized causing some interesting discussions between Mom and Dad...Kallen kindly informed us that we needed to each go to timeout! Oh my, how kids don't miss a beat! I am always amazed 'after the fact' at the content of discussion in those times of 'issue.' Chris and I probably sounded like two little kids to Kallen. Good thing we can laugh now!

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Tucson II

A travel blog entry by raroboy on Feb 09, 2014

120 photos

... saw a rock from the moon, had a view inside the Apollo command module
- In the memorial Hall we saw displays of jackets from the bombers which they wore in WWII, including a B17


AMARG Tour

A tour of the “boneyard”, how they like to call the AMARG (Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group) of the US. We got told it’s the only one the US has, at the moment there are 4300 planes ...

Tucson 1 and In'n'Out Burger

A travel blog entry by max-n-macgowest on Apr 19, 2013

... Burger On our way just before I saw my first In'n'Out Burger on the side of the road. It was one of the 6 In'n'Out Burger in Arizona. I had a double double animal style burger with fries and a vanilla shake. IT WAS LIKE HAEVEN We thought on the beginning that we will arrive at 7 o'clock, it ended up beeping midnight when we arrived at our host Bills house in the hills of Tucson. He showed us a little around in his nice house with pool and told us to get ready so we ...