Motel 6 Sierra Vista - Fort Huachuca

Address: 1551 East Fry Blvd., Sierra Vista, Arizona, 85635, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 1551 East Fry Blvd., Sierra Vista, is near Fort Huachuca Museum, San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area, Garden Canyon, and Silverado.
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    Travel Blogs from Sierra Vista

    Another driving day, to Tombstone

    A travel blog entry by jason934 on Oct 10, 2015

    ... was one picture on the wall that was a bit scary. For dinner we drove into Tombstone centre and had Mexican food. We had a quick look around town but it was getting dark and the street lighting is old school so we drove back to the ranch before it got too dark. There was a really loud cricket noise through the night, but not enough to keep us awake. We have gained 2 hours in 2 days but our bodies haven't adjusted yet so we called it a night relatively ...

    A Great Visit, with bonuses...

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on May 07, 2015


    ... albeit a rocky one, which leads to an area where pictographs were drawn by two early tribes and also by the Apache. It's a short trail, less than half a mile, but a rugged one. We used our hiking poles which made it tolerable. The pictographs were not clear, but I took a few pictures of what I think were the real deal. Without further research, I can't be sure. The mountain range is the Dragoon Range and, in some places like the ...

    This Adventure Ends

    A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Dec 03, 2014

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    ... to their music and the stories in their songs, and hearing and reading about their history. Getting to eat lots of seafood, especially lobster was a treat. Sitting and watching the many icebergs, whales and puffins was an experience like no other. Standing on the same spot as the Vikings did in 1000 AD and on Green Point and touching pieces of sediment dating back more than 550 million years ago, made me consider how ...

    In transition...............

    A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 16, 2014

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    ... worth a buck to see. It's a fun, silly thing to do, and we enjoyed it. I will say that everyone who worked there REALLY knew how to treat tourists. The were the nicest, most courteous people we've ever run into at a tourist trap!

    We have about 20 miles to go and we're at our destination. It goes by quickly, we top off with fuel before we pull in to the campground, and then we're there. It's probably the ...

    Friends in the desert

    A travel blog entry by sueandlaz on Apr 30, 2013

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    ... serious Cowboy territory but in recent history it is a military town so close to the Mexican boarder you can experience the good and bad of this influence. People respect and support the soldiers. However there are palpable social issues with the Mexicans due to illegal immigration, drug cartels and violence that ignite a degree of community fear. Few people now feel safe to cross the border into Mexico any more and visit.
    We ...