Tucson Local Customs

  • OUR  GOOD  PARK  RANGER :-)))
    OUR GOOD PARK RANGER :-)))
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  • ENTRANCE  TO  ARIZONA  SONORA  DESERT  MUSEUM
    ENTRANCE TO ARIZONA SONORA DESERT ...
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  • US  NATIONAL  FLAG
    US NATIONAL FLAG
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  • 1. Cars in Tucson

    Most drivers drive alone in their cars. Does it mean that each person has/use its own car? Hmmm... they support driving with at least 2 persons (including a driver) inside a car - as I remeber they...

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  • 2. General city Information

    The combination of college students, a somewhat cowboy mentality and large liberal population give Tucson a great bar scene. A few of things to know about Arizona law: 1. Bars can open at 6am every...

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  • 3. Tucson's Cultural Influences

    In this area there are at least two cultures mixed: Hispanic (Mexican) and Native Americans. Haha, I tried to speak with these two young smiling people on my picture in ITL Coffee Shop. I must admit...

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  • 4. PIMA AIR SPACE VOLUNTEERS

    Similar to a few other military museums - ie the USS Missouri battleship in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii - this museum uses the experiences of the area’s local military...

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  • 5. "A" Mountain

    Looking west from downtown Tucson, you'll see a big letter "A" in red-white-blue on the side of a peak. This is a popular local hangout and a lookout point...

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  • 6. Street names - Tucson chaos?

    In many (but not all) American modern cities, including Tucson, streets are named by numbers: there is 1st, 2nd, 3rd STREET etc. etc. till sometimes 200th or...

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  • 7. Official plant of Tucson?

    Saguaro cactus is an official flower of Arizona. It seems that each USA state has its own official flower, bird and... what else? Btw I love that idea - I just...

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  • 8. For disabled drivers

    Like in many (I think) European countries they have special parking places for disabled persons in public parking lots in Tucson. They are always marked by well...

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  • 9. Thujas (thuyas) of Tucson

    It seems that they like to grow thujas (thuyas) in Tucson and southern Arizona at all - just outside their houses.Look at my picture please - isn't it thuja...

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  • 10. Mexican flag?

    I noticed this flag as on my picture in front of Arizona Sonora Desert Museum (ASDM). As I know, it's a national flag of Mexico. Why did they put it there?...

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  • 11. American National Flag

    There are American National Flags on flag-poles in front of public and many private institutions in southern Arizona. This one on my picture was located just in...

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  • 12. Flag of Arizona

    Each US state has its own flag. I could see flag of Arizona at an entrance to Arizona Sonora Desert Museum. Wear good glasses and enlarge my picture to see the...

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  • 13. Did she like Poland or what?

    I was too late at Arisona Sonora Desert Museum (about 4:30 pm). Although the museum closed at 5 pm, they stopped to sell tickets at 4:00 pm. I started to talk...

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  • 14. They take care of handicaped persons

    It seems that they take care of disabled visitors. At least in Arizona Sonora Desert Museum as you can see on my picture. The walkways are accessible for...

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  • 15. Do not wear Arizona State...

    Do not wear Arizona State University clothing. Tucson is home to the U of A Wildcats. Great Division I school in NCAA sports.

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