Days Inn Tucson Airport

Address: 4855 S. Palo Verde, Tucson, Arizona, 85714, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 4855 S. Palo Verde, Tucson, is near Reid Park Zoo, Kitt Peak National Optical Astronomy Observatory, Reid Park, and Tucson Electric Park.
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    A travel blog entry by meganop on Jan 23, 2015

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    ... down was about to die when they decided to make it a historical site and preserve it for tourists. It is full of souvenir shops and actors all for tourists but it is still a pretty unique place. I was there for 4 hours and I went into the good enough mine shaft (the reason the town exists today..silver ore) and saw a mock up of the gun fight. I also checked out the cemetery. They document how people die on there graves. I only saw one or 2 that died of ...

    Tucson-Tombstone-Las Cruces

    A travel blog entry by jenni_c_smith on Sep 16, 2014

    ... and museum. We saw a reenactment of the OK Corral from a local and author that the reenactment was right at that spot. We then saw a historama narrated by Vincent Price who does all the cartoons and and different movies from Disneyland from my childhood. The buildings are not all original as they had burnt down or things removed as they were thought of high value in the1930's as they do now. We moved from there through the museum to a 25 minute ...

    A high steaks game

    A travel blog entry by ianjordan on Jun 15, 2014

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    ... it is still a source of controversy.

    As drives go, the trip to Tucson was just a hop, only about two hours.

    Before we got into Tucson proper, we diverted out to the Arizona Sonora Desert museum. The museum is pretty much a giant zoo out among the saguaro forests in the desert, which houses many species of animal and plant ( mainly cactus) that live in the region. Sam battled valiantly in the heat, which was up in the 115 degree range. ...

    The Wild, Wild West...Tucson!

    A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Feb 05, 2014

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    ... a tour of the Asarco Mines (formerly Pima Mines), a huge copper mining facility. We took a bus right out into the pits and our excellent guide, Doug, told us so much information about the mining of copper, silver and gold...really interesting! Douglas and I also went to the Titan Missile Museum, for a fascinating (but very scary) look into the American/Russian arms race and the Cold War era. What irreversible ...

    Cactii and Coyotes

    A travel blog entry by farnie10 on Sep 13, 2013

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    ... lungs", to avoid blowing out the windows every time to air pressure changed within.

    The place was pretty incredible and now run by the University of Arizona, offers scientists the chance to predict how climate change might affect the world we live in. Ironically, the cost of building the facility to run on solar energy was prohibitive during the 90's so the massive energy consumption is from the local electricity grid....

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