TownePlace Suites Tucson

405 West Rudasill Road, Tucson, Arizona, 85704, United States
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Bisbee Arizona

by Conner43

Can anyone give me info on Bisbee?
What is the town like? How many people? Cool things to see and do? What type of industry is there.


RE: Bisbee Arizona

by giampiero6

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RE: Bisbee Arizona

by MikePinTucson

Bissbee is an old mining town that almost turned into a ghost town when the mine closed. But hippies moved in and it has now become a thriving arts and tourist destination.

Visit my blog I have a list of things to see and do around southern AZ, including some on Bisbee.

There is a neat mining museum there, the old Copper Queen hotel, and you can go on a tour of the Copper Queen mine. Also, take in Brewery Gulch.

RE: Bisbee Arizona

by behappybj

The Copper Queen Hotel is reported to be haunted. Take an extra jacket with you if you are going to take a queen mine tour. It is cold when you are in the mine.

RE: Bisbee Arizona

by behappybj

Also, there was a guy on the street who has a cat sat on top of a dog, a mouse sat on top of the cat. It's amazing. We went there on Memorial Day. Don't know whether that guy is still there.

RE: Bisbee Arizona

by bocmaxima

The dog-cat-mouse guy is indeed still there. The police actually arrested him a few months ago, but it caused such a uproar that they will probably never touch him again.
Bisbee's probably about 8,000 in total pop. There are actually four sections to the town: Warren, San Jose, Lowell, and the original "Old Bisbee".
It's the seat of Cochise County, so there are some government jobs, but most work in the local tourist industry or as artists.
Lots of cool little inns and B&B's in town. Many in Tucson spend weekends there, especially in the summer when it's usually 10+ degrees cooler.
It's really nice to visit, but it takes a certain type of person to live there full-time.

RE: Bisbee Arizona

by Mmasarech

Bisbee is fun to walk around in. The houses are very cool to look at. The shops are varied as well. To get there, you'll drive through Tombstone. It's one of those controversial "you have to see" or "drive-on-through" locations. We didn't stop because it was so early (and so late) when we drove through, but my bet is it's worth an hour!

Travel Tips for Tucson

Downtown Tucson is a Zero

by zrim

Nothing happening in the downtown area. A few big office towers--not much else that I could discern. Tucson was really just a small town until recently--then unparalled growth in terms of development and population. That has not left much of historical interest within the town. And the new growth downtown is hardly discernable from that of say an Omaha or Sacremento.

Everything against heat and sun!

by matcrazy1

No bags in hot summer except one for your camera, good (safe) pockets (or comfortable belt) instead. Small city rucksack for warm winter.
Light clothes (shorts, T-shirts, better too large :-) made of natural materials (cotton) for warm/hot days all year round.
Sweater/pullover and/or jacket for cold evenings/nights (from November till April).
Shoes? Oh, yes - you should have them :-). Sandals, trainers or good walking shoes.
Add sun glasses.

Check the 10-day forecast for Tucson:
The Weather Channel Good sun protection cosmetics with high UV filter - use them BEFORE or just after you leave your car. Be prepared for large contrasts between sun and shadow - sun filters recommended. Add hmm... how do you call it in English - something fixed to your camera objective to protect it against sun - not comfortable to carry but necessary, I suppose. Tourist frige with ice cubes and cold beverages inside :-).

Davis Monthan Air Force Base ...

by sargentjeff

Davis Monthan Air Force Base
Home of the Pima Air and Space Museum

The Arizona Aerospace Foundation, which also operates the Pima Air and Space and Titan Missile Museums, conducts weekday tours of AMARC. For more information, contact the Pima Air and Space Museum at (520) 574-0462.

Mexican with nightly live music

by atufft about Las Cazuelitas de Tucson

Tucson is as well known for good Mexican style food as anywhere in the southwest, but it was our misfortune to arrive on a Monday night when most of the city's restaurants were closed. So, we drove up and down Speedway, and then took Stone toward downtown. After passing through downtown, drove along 6th Avenue looking in desperation for food that was not fast or junky. My wife at one point suggested that we eat Chinese! Then, out of the blue came Las Cazuelitas, and when we stepped inside, the live music confirmed our good luck. Actually, on Monday night, the live music consisted of a fellow singing to his electronic gadgetry, but it really wasn't bad all things considered. On other nights, full mariachi bands play. The decore is authentic, and the waiting staff all speak Spanish, as well as English. There's actually two locations, and it happened that we went to the one farther away from our hotel. See their website for details. I ordered Tampiquena, a steak thinly sliced and sauteed with onions, and then served with a cheeze enchilada, guacamole, refried beans, and flour tortillas. My wife had a couple of tamales. The menu also includes seafood, something I would have tried if we weren't headed to the seafood mecca of New Orleans. The sauces and tortillas appeared to be house made, as the food was fresh and hot when served to us. The price tag for two was $24-, a good price given the atmosphere. I doubt the corporate franchises along Speedway can compete with this place overall.

great coffee

by dchafetz about Raging Sage

Very nice freshly made (in house) desserts. Excellent coffee. Often very crowded, especially early weekday mornings when everyone is picking up coffee on the way to work. Has both indoor and outdoor seating. This may be the best coffee in tucson. coffee


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Address: 405 West Rudasill Road, Tucson, Arizona, 85704, United States