Four Points by Sheraton Tucson Airport

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7060 South Tucson Blvd., Tucson, Arizona, 85706, United States
Four Points by Sheraton Tucson Airport
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Safe for a day-trip to Nogales Mexico?

by Tom_In_Madison

I'm probably making it to Tucson in March. I was thinking of going across the border to Nogales Mexico for a day. I've heard of all the violence in Mexico and wasn't sure if Nogales is one of the cities that's best left unvisited? I'd only be there during the day, and possible stopping in a pharmacist to pick up some inexepensive drugs for my mom if that's still allowed.

Re: Safe for a day-trip to Nogales Mexico?

by MikePinTucson

You can only bring prescription drugs into the US if the prescription is in your name. Also there are other requirements. Here is a site that gives you that information.

There has been drug gang violence in Nogales, even during daylight hours. Although no tourists have been killed or injured, I suppose there is always a first time. Officials in Nogales say it is safe for tourists (what else would they say). I would not recommend that you go, but I wouldn't go so far as to urge you not to go. As long as it is during daylight hours, and as long as you stick only to the main tourist shopping areas, you should be OK.

Re: Safe for a day-trip to Nogales Mexico?

by ViajesdelMundo

As a resident of Mexico, but UNfamiliar with Nogales, I agree with the other reply. Even in the small town of Rosarito Beach, Baja California, in 2008 there were civilians (incldg children) caught in the cross-fire of a drug shoot out in a restaurant during the deaths in Mexico related to drugs in 2008 was over 5400. Compare that to the total US deaths in Iraq over SIX years.

Personally,if I was a day-tripper, from the US, I would make my vote to NOT go and therefore make these places feel the lack of our patronage while this carnage is going on.

Re: Safe for a day-trip to Nogales Mexico?

by luv2laughlots

Tuscon is a great place, however Nogales, I can't say the same for. It reminds me of the typical "border town". You can buy buy prescription drugs there cheap and you don't have to go to a pharmacy, just about any store on a corner sells them and there is HUGE signs to assist you in locating them. However, I will warn you, I have heard that a lot of the pills they sell aren't of the best quality. You are getting a product cheap and it may also be a cheap product, if you know what I mean.

I would not recommend spending the night in Nogales. Going for a day trip is one thing, but staying way. I would not consider it a safe place.

Happy Traveling!

Re: Safe for a day-trip to Nogales Mexico?

by Tom_In_Madison

yea, that's the way it's sounding from other things I've read. I guess there's really not much you can buy there that you can't get in Tucson.

Re: Safe for a day-trip to Nogales Mexico?

by jan101505

I have gone to Nogales a couple of times for cheap antibiotics - they worked fine. That's pretty much all I went there for and had no problems. If you don't have a reason to go, it is a depressing trip. It does however, give you a great appreciation for the USA. j.

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They drive older cars than in... Poland

by matcrazy1

Some folks think that in such powerful country like the USA people drive new cars only. Nothing more wrong. I could see a lot of old cars driving in Tucson.

It's a car country. So a car is a car = vehicle used to drive from one place to another, nothing more.
Like in most well developed countries they don't mind (hmm... at least not so much) whether they drive 3, 5 or 15 years old car, it just to be a little comfortable and never must been repaired.

In Europe it depends on a country: in Germany Switzerland, Austria they never (OK, very rarely) drive older cars (except fashionable old timers). They just love to change often their cars, every 3-4 years, I suppose. On the other hand, a surprise: in very well developed Sweden/ Norway I saw quite a lot of older cars in use hehe. Am I wrong?

I was very surprised when I read in a car magazine once that the average age of a car in use was larger in the USA (over 10 years!) than in Poland hehe.

The tallest palm trees

by matcrazy1

Palm trees at Tucson downtown were quite different than those ones I could see at suburbs. They were tall. Not as tall as a few skyscrapers there but they were one of the tallest palm trees I have ever seen, I suppose.

The Best Bar on 4th Ave.

by bottleofdoom about 4th Avenue area

The Surly Wench Pub lives up to it's name. The bartendresses have attitude for miles, but if you can hang with that, it's all good. The pub itself is a funky dive/artspace with live music & DJ nights. It is also the home of The Black Cherry Burlesque Troupe and they have performances almost on a monthly basis. The burlesque shows are fantastic, you must check it out, but pay the extra money for VIP or 2nd row to really get the full spectacle.

They're also the "unofficial" pub of The Tucson Roller Derby, so you might see some real live roller girls if you're there at the right time.

Food is available from a tiny kitchen; burgers, fried stuff, sandwiches, quesadillas, etc. and it's not too bad actually.

AND a good juke box! There are no special requirements, but expect to see tattoos & alternative styles.

Webb's Old Spanish Trail Steak House

by jedd43 about Webb's Old Spanish Trail Steak House

Webb's Old Spanish Trail Steak House
Delicious food here!!
Offering Outside Dining, Outside Wedding & Large Party Facilites . Prime Rib was what I ate! yum!
They also had seafood, ribs & chicken.


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 Four Points by Sheraton Tucson Airport

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Address: 7060 South Tucson Blvd., Tucson, Arizona, 85706, United States