Staybridge Suites Tucson Airport

2705 Executive Drive, Tucson, Arizona, 85756, United States
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Travel Tips for Tucson

Why do they smile?

by matcrazy1

All people we talked to in Tucson were smiling haha. They smiled when we asked them for a road, when we looked at them and they looked at us, when I took them picture (enlarge my picture), when I ordered coffee etc., etc.

Hmm... sunny weather, happy population or they just accepted the world around them whatever it was?

From my friend LINDA (lmkluque) from San Diego, California:
When you see people smiling all over the place it is usually for one of two reasons. One, because they are happy people. Two, because the business they work for INSIST that they smile at customers. Of course, after one gets used to smiling everytime they see someone, it becomes a habit. :-)

Tumacacori National Historic Park

by KimberlyAnn

This monument is located 46 miles south of Tucson on Interstate 19, and 20 miles north of Nogales. Self-guided walks take you through the remains of this mission, originally founded by Jesuit missionary, Padre Kino. While visiting here we looked at the remains of San Jose de Tumacacori mission as well as a small cemetery with a cylindrical mortuary chapel, a grain/food storage area, and a few other ruins. There is also a visitor center with a small museum. The church began in 1800, with the final stage beginning in 1823, even so it was never completed. This mission served the Pima Indians and their dwellings were at one time within a walled area along with the church. Due to the Apache attacks and one of the coldest winters on record in 1848, this mission was abandoned. The remaining residents moved north to San Xavier. The mission was very interesting even though it is a ruin, rather than a well maintained, still used chapel. It had a lot of character and we enjoyed it more than we had expected. I would recommend you plan to spend at least an hour when visiting the historic park. It is open daily 8:00 to 5:00 except Thanksgiving and Dec. 25. Admission is $2.00 per person with free admission to children under age 17, or $4.00 per family. . To get to Tumacacori drive Interstate 19 south from Tucson, 45 miles to the Tumacacori marked exit.

Ceramic dishes

by matcrazy1 about Gift shop

There are various gifts sold in a gift shop of Arizona-Sonora Desert museum. Rather tourist stuff than real art, I suppose. You can see pottery and ceramic dishes, probably of native Americans (Indians) there. Look at my picture, please. I'd choose some books on Sonora Desert. $5 to $40 for a book as I remember well.

Best Ribs

by roamer61 about The Texas Roadhouse

This restaurant, part of a chain, serves some of the best steak dishes in town. They are especially reknown for their ribs. As they are crowded on fridays and over the weekend, it is best to leave your name or to simply arrive early. Reservations are not taken. Barbequed Ribs. Spicy and delicious. These are served by either half a slab, or a full slab. Caution: these are quite filling.

Upscale Innovative Mexican

by bottleofdoom about Janos J Bar

J Bar is located in The La Paloma resort in the foothills therefore you have a nice view of the city below from the patio seating. Janos is the more fancy restaurant inside. The food is very fresh and prepared beautifully, mostly inspired by Latin America. The deserts are excellent too. The chef, Janos Wilder, is considered a local gastronomic genius. The chicken was very fresh & tender. The pasta dish was well prepared with fresh vegetables.

Jalapeno-chocolate ice-cream sundae is to die for!


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