Regal Inn

Address: 1222 S Freeway Rd, Tucson, Arizona, 85713, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located in the Ward 1 area of Tucson, is near Sentinel Peak, Tucson Convention Center, El Tiradito Shrine, and Coronado National Forest.
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    Travel Blogs from Tucson

    Sonoran Desert Museum

    A travel blog entry by ithacabelle on Mar 30, 2015

    44 photos

    ... t fly very well, and didn't know how to hunt. After being released, some wild birds distracted him, and he flew into a tree, dropping straight to the ground. Apparently, he landed on a snake, a struggle ensued, and he caught his very first prey! They had to stop the show, however, because he took off, presumably to try some more hunting. A once in a lifetime show, for sure!
    By the time we left, we were dusty, tired and a bit glazed from information overload. We took ...

    Saguaro Sunsets & Full Moons

    A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Feb 06, 2015

    2 comments, 27 photos

    ... State Museum. It had excellent displays depicting the history of the 10 Southwest Native American tribes, very interesting! We really love Tucson, especially Gilbert Ray campground, and we wish we had allowed more time here, but time to move on, this time to Catalina State Park on the east side of ...

    Tucson

    A travel blog entry by tpress29 on Apr 12, 2014

    12 photos

    ... the southeren Tucson desert. This was the only one left in all of the US as they were all destroyed as part of a treaty with the USSR.

    I enter the site and I am immediately put on a site tour. It started with a video on facts behind the site, the nuclear missile program and the security procedures the site enforced. We place on our hard hats and head outside and down into the silo. Down the stairs and into the control room you feel the isolation and sterility of ...

    First sight seeing day January 18, 2014

    A travel blog entry by amirault on Jan 19, 2014

    1 comment

    ... and hundreds of planes just sitting in the desert, millions of dollars just sitting there. Every plane you can think of. The cost for the museum was 12.75 to 15.75 depending whether you were a senior (62) or a retired military person. No discounts for veterans or active military which i thought was strange. Apparently there is no government support for this museum so they depend on those fees to keep it going. All in all a good experience and would highly recommend this. ...

    Flagstaff to Tucson

    A travel blog entry by mike.randleman on Sep 18, 2013

    1 photo

    ... There were also differences in the other plants and types of desert foliage. I believe one of the most prolific types was the Joshua Tree.

    We passed through Phoenix and were thankful for our new Garmin GPS, which not only gave us route information but also gave lane directions for upcoming turns. Our old Garmin did not have this feature.
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