The Greens at Ventana Canyon

5855 N. Kolb Road, Tucson, Arizona, 85750, United States
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Cottonwood De Tucson

by SumOne

Greetings ~

Does anyone know about a forum for those who have visited this place? Looking to touch base with someone who has.

Re: Cottonwood De Tucson

by az108

I've lived in Tucson for quite a few years. Ilike to travel a lot but always feel great coming back to Tucson. Where else can you ski all morning long , than within an hour, be at a pool and get a tan?

Travel Tips for Tucson

Do they make tequila of Arizona Agave?

by matcrazy1

Hmm... I don't know. Thick leaves of Arizona Agave looked impressive but I didn't eat them :-).
TEQUILA is an alcoholic drink (officially 38%-55% of alcohol, usually 38%-40%) in the arid highlands of central Mexico, from fermented and distilled sap of the agave (also called a maguey), an indigenous plant (a succulent, not a cactus).
I am not sure whether tequila maybe made of Arizona agave. Do you know?

Visit an Observatory

by Basaic

Kitt Peak Observatory is the world’s largest collection of optical telescopes. It is located on the Tohono O’odham Reservation in the Sonoran Desert a little over 50 miles Southwest of Tucson. Kitt Peakhas twenty-four optical and two radio telescopes representing eight astronomical research institutions. The Kitt Peak National Observatory Visitor Center is open to the public daily from 9 AM. to 3:45 PM except Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s day. Guided tours are offered daily at 10 AM, 11:30 AM, and 1:30 PM. They also have areas set aside where you can bring your own telescope and stargaze. They have a nice visitor's center. Admission to the guided tour is $4 for adults and $2.50 for kids 7 to 12. Kids 6 and under, Kitt's Peak members and members of the Tohono O'odham tribe get in free. Check it out!

Colossal Cave Mountain Park: ...

by Davidp1952

Colossal Cave Mountain Park: This beautiful desert park, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, features daily guided tours of Colossal Cave. Over the centuries, Colossal Cave, with its complex passageways and myriad crystal formations, has been a shelter for prehistoric people, a bandits’ hideout, an exciting dangerous playground, & a challenging workplace. The Park also offers off-route Cave tours, Western trail rides, and cool wooded picnic areas. Take Interstate 10 east to the Vail/Wentworth exit, then 7 miles north. Mar.- Sept.: Mon.-Sat.; 8am-6pm: Sun. & holidays; 8am-7pm: Sept.-Mar.: Mon. – Sat.: 9am – 5pm; Sun. & holidays: 9am-6pm. (520) 647-7275

Cafe Poca Cosa

by bombshelter2 about Cafe Poca Cosa

True Mexico City style food. Not mexican food. With a menu that changes everyday, Suzanne always has an interesting menu of chicken, beef, fish, sometimes pork, and vegatarian dishes. The best part is the Poca Cosa Plate where they select three items from the menu. You can't go wrong. Margarita's are exquisite also. Any chicken Mole dish

Eat, Drink, and Meet People

by Basaic about O'Malley's Bar and Grill

O'Malley's is a bar and grill located on the corner of 4th Avenue and 8th Street. They serve all types of drinks including Jose Cuervo Margaritas on tap, and typical bar and grill food. I only had a drink so I cannot testify as to the quality of the food. The decor is sports and alcohol related. They have big screen TVs tuned to sports (and strangely enough Dr. Phil). They also have 4 nice pool tables. The staff was friendly and the girl behind the bar was cute. I paid $1.75 for a large glass of Sprite. Popular hangout for U of A students. I did not eat here; just drank and met new people.


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