Desert Dove Bed and Breakfast

11707 East Old Spanish Trail, Tucson, Arizona, 85730, United States
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Travel Tips for Tucson

tucson drinking

by bocmaxima

The combination of college students, a somewhat cowboy mentality and large liberal population give Tucson a great bar scene. A few of things to know about Arizona law:

1. Bars can open at 6am every day, and some actually do.
2. Last call is at 2am.
3. Opening and closing of the bars is also tied to the general alcohol sales. Meaning that you can buy any sort of alcohol at stores between 6am and 2am.
4. Beer and wine is readily available almost everywhere at most convenience stores and groceries. Hard liquor can be purchased from drug stores (including supermarkets, which usually have drug stores inside them) and liquor stores.
5. There is a strange law in Arizona that says a single person cannot be served more than 32oz. of beer (or one liter of wine or four ounces of distilled spirits) at a time, meaning that you cannot get a pitcher by yourself. If you're with someone who does not drink and want a pitcher, you can just get two glasses and pour a little into the other's glass.
6. The legal blood alcohol limit is 0.08. Arizona is considered to have the strictest DUI enforcement in the country. They're very serious!
7. Arizona has an open container law and it is enforced strictly.
8. The drinking age is 21. Bouncers are known to cut up fake IDs on the spot. California and Texas are known to be common fake ID state licenses, and you should be careful even if you have a valid one from one of these states. When I still had a Texas ID, I almost had one confiscated a couple of times.

Happy drinking.

La Casa Cordova

by lamentforicarus

La Casa Cordova is a historic residence built before the Gadsden Purchase of 1854, which made Arizona a territory of the United States. The Cordova Family came into possession of the house in 1896, and it has since been restored by the Junior League of Tucson for the Tucson Museum of Art in 1975. The small adobe rooms have been refurnished and decorated to show how they may have looked one hundred and fifty years ago. In one room, a model of the Tucson Presidio and its surroundings can be found along with various items that once belonged to the Cordova Family.

Fascinating books

by matcrazy1 about Store of Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

There are a lot of gifts, postcards and books in a store of Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum.
Books. I was interested in a book Arizona - Off The Beaten Path, especially. Hmm... I didn't buy it.
$20 or so.

Cowboy carnivore's home on the range

by jmbredeck about Daisy mae's Steakhouse

"featuring mesquite-grilled steaks, chops and ribs. Meats are cut in-house to ensure consistency and quality. The space is rustic . . ."
See: While the steaks are good, it is a shame if you miss out on the Ribs

Mi Nidito

by bottleofdoom about Mi Nidito

A Tucson tradition for I-don't-know-how-long. President Clinton ate here. As a consequence, they have a menu item called 'The Presidential Plate', which is a combo
of everything. This is simple mexican food & it's freakin' tasty. It's a very affordable too. Most plates are about $5-7$. It's at least an hour wait on the weekends, & no reservations are accepted. Chile Relenos, Bean Tostadas


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