La Quinta Inn Tucson East
Travel Blogs from Tucson
Breakfast in Texas, lunch in New Mexico and supper in Arizona Stopped in to tombstone, neat place, a little off season so not all open yet. Had fun at Big Nose Kate's Saloon. This morning we found out we were on the edge of hurricane Manuel, flash flood warnings for west Texas, we dodged major rain till noon, then we were good. One small shower, then cleared up and rode into the sunset into ...
... we caught a ride with musicians. When they dropped us off we got jobs at a small restaurant. There is also much history in Tucson. There are many bodies of water around including the Santa Cruz River.
... which goes where! Wow! I must have blanked out more of my memory cells than I realized. In actuality, this park is sooooo isolated because of the 2+ year construction now in progress. In fact, they are giving us the 3rd night FREE just to have our business! So, we stay tonight, Sunday and Monday; we leave early Tuesday.
I was so counting ...
... rhino- even if it was in captivity! We also saw many bears (my first time seeing any!) but most exciting was the polar bear; it seems cruel to keep an arctic animal in the desert, but apparently they are able to live in both hot and cold climates. When we were walking past the reptile house, a snake lady was holding one of the small breed of pythons they have there and said we could pat it! Snakes feel so unusual, but pleasantly so. There were a few ...
... thus very convenient for tourists of all abilities. The Sabino Canyon is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg in regards to the Santa Catalina Mountains and the Coronado National Forest. "In the eastern foothills of the Santa Catalina mountain range, Sabino Canyon is a world of natural beauty. Stunning vistas, the freshness of the morning air, the tranquility of running creek water, and the rugged backdrop of Thimble Peak.
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How has this motel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed