Randolph Park Hotel & Suites

102 North Alvernon Way, (formerly Clarion), Tucson, Arizona, 85711, United States

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Sabino Canyon

by scable

Meeting several friends there for the first time. Is there a place where we can sit, have a coke and wait for all of us to arrive that's around the park: Sunrise Dr. and Sabino Canyon Road?

Re: Sabino Canyon

by bocmaxima

Yeah, right at the entrance by the parking lot, where the trams board. I believe they have vending machines there, as well. You can say "benches by the bathrooms/water fountains" and that should be specific enough.
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Re: Sabino Canyon

by travelgourmet

There is a website that will give you directions to the parking lot at Sabino Canyon. See: http://www.sabinocanyon.org/sabino.htm

Travel Tips for Tucson

Knock knock who's there?

by mht_in_la

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum has a cool display of prairie dogs where you get to see how they dig their underground channels. You come face to face with a bunch of cute prairie dogs and look into their living rooms. Poor little guys got no privacy in the museum.

They drive bigger cars

by matcrazy1

Their cars are bigger than I used to see around Europe. Especially the smallest ones are at least one size bigger than in Europe.
Hmm... do they ever drive such cars like Toyota Yaris or Nissan Micra? I have never seen them there.

More: when they say midsize car they mean a car like Nissan Altima or Buick Century for example, hmm... it is rather big, family car at least in my (European and/or Polish?) mind hehe.

Nogales, Mexico

by KimberlyAnn

65 miles south of Tucson on Interstate 19 and U.S. 89 you will find Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Sonora, Mexico separated by the Mexican/US boarder. This is ArizonaĆ½s principal port of entry for trade with Mexico. After crossing the border you will find Mexican shops that offer trinkets as well as fine handicrafts, artworks, pottery, jewelry, glassware, and leather goods. Walking is a popular way to cross the border and Nogales, AZ has many guarded parking lots close to the port-of-entry. The cost to park your vehicle all day is very reasonable, generally under $5.00.

Swank!

by bottleofdoom about The Shelter

The Shelter is a go-go boot wearing, martini drinking, swanky, groovy lounge! The decor consists of JFK rugs, lava lamps, leopard -print wallpaper, red leather booths and 60's style lamps. There are some DJ nights if you feel like dancing and they have a pool table area. Always a 60's movie on the tv. Can get rather smokey though. None

Actually Kaye & I have 2...

by JoeChristian

Actually Kaye & I have 2 favorite restaurants. One Oriental and the other Mexican. The Oriental one is called Panda House Stir Fry and is located on the SE corner of Ina Road and Thornydale. It is mainly a buffet where the food is cooked on huge Mongolian woks. It is also very healthy because there is no oil used in the cooking unless you add it. And then it is sesame oil.
The Mexican restaurant is called Casa Molina and although there is more than one in Tucson, our favorite one is on Campbell Avenue between Fort Lowell and Blacklidge. We try to go only when our favorite waiter is there. His name is Arturo and not only is he very helpful, but he has a great sense of humor.
The price of all meals at both restaurants is what we consider to be inexpensive. The atmosphere is the best at Casa Molina where the ceiling is covered with 'ribs' from dead sahuaro cacti. On the walls there are many paintings but in the main dining room there is one on the west wall that is spectacular. As to what our favorite items are in either restaurant is very difficult to answer. ALL the food is good at both restaurants. But we would recommend one thing that you would be remiss in not ordering from Casa Molina's place. It is a dessert called 'sopapillas.' They look sort of like pita bread that has been deep fried to a golden brown and arrives at the table piping hot. Have an order of them with the honey poured all over them! DEE-licious!

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