Red Roof Inn Tucson North
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ok for just passing through....but the bathroom counter looked like it had been used to cut up many-o-lines of cocaine. We slept in our clothes and tried to keep our shoes on.
However, the front desk gal was super nice and it seems pretty quiet.
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