Insiders Guide To Tucson

Author: Mary Paganelli Votto
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0762775823
Size: 71.12 MB
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Insiders Guide To Tucson from the Author: Mary Paganelli Votto. Your Travel Destination. Your Home. Your Home-To-Be. Tucson Savor the Southwestern cuisine. Bask in 350 days of sunshine a year. Find inspiration in the desert and mountain landscape. • A personal, practical perspective for travelers and residents alike • Comprehensive listings of attractions, restaurants, and accommodations • How to live & thrive in the area—from recreation to relocation • Countless details on shopping, arts & entertainment, and children’s activities

The Insiders Guide To Tucson

Author: David Barber
Publisher: Insiders' Guide (NC)
ISBN: 9781573800518
Size: 79.25 MB
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The Insiders Guide To Tucson from the Author: David Barber. This informative guide gives you the inside scoop on Tucson -- where you can sunbathe end swim in the morning, ski in the afternoon (part of the year), watch a heart-stopping sunset over desert sands and finish the day with world-class dining, the symphony, opera, plays, galleries or a casino. With 350 days of sunshine per year, you can count on great weather for s mountain hike, a bike ride on one of Tucson's many trails or 18 holes of golf. You can visit the Old West's ghost towns by train, explore the desert by horseback or soar above it all in a hot-air balloon. Whether you're planning retirement, a family relocation, a business trip or a vacation to the city known as the center of gravity to stargazers everywhere. The Insides' Guide RM to Tucson will help you keep your feet going in the right direction -- even if your head is in the stars.

Tucson

Author: Mary Paganelli
Publisher: Insiders' Guide
ISBN: 9780762734597
Size: 13.88 MB
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Tucson from the Author: Mary Paganelli. Tucson features towering saguaro and spectacular sunsets, myriad outdoor recreation opportunities, and a high-tech city with a laid-back atmosphere. This sunny locale includes a thriving arts community that embraces Native American and Spanish culture. Visitors, residents, and those considering retirement in the area will all benefit from this book.

A Guide To Tucson Architecture

Author: Anne M. Nequette
Publisher: University of Arizona Press
ISBN: 9780816520831
Size: 42.26 MB
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A Guide To Tucson Architecture from the Author: Anne M. Nequette. A comprehensive illustrated guide to Tucson's historical and contemporary architectural resources covers all facets of the city's architecture, from one-of-a-kind homes on Main Avenue and historic downtown buildings to destination resorts in the Catalina Foothills and other modern structures. Included are walking and driving tours of fourteen areas, along with maps, and annotated descriptions of individual structures--residences, schools, churches, government buildings, offices, commercial establishments, and others--accompanied by more than 140 photographs.

Lost Restaurants Of Tucson

Author: Rita Connelly
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1625856156
Size: 44.74 MB
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Lost Restaurants Of Tucson from the Author: Rita Connelly. From western roadhouses to fine dining, Tucson boasts an extraordinary lineup of diverse restaurants. Though some of its greatest no longer exist, their stories conjure the sights, smells and sounds of the city’s history. Longtime locals still buzz about Gordo’s famous chimichangas, an accidental dish originating in Tucson. The legendary Tack Room was a beacon of fine dining. Places like Café Terra Cotta and Fuego pioneered a new southwestern cuisine, serving regional dishes like prickly pear pork and stuffed poblanos. University of Arizona alumni miss old spots like the Varsity, while long-gone haunts like Gus & Andy’s attracted a unique crowd of businessmen, movie stars and the occasional mobster. Join local food writer Rita Connelly as she serves up savory stories of good food and good company from the gone but never forgotten favorites of the Old Pueblo.

Tucson Hiking Guide

Author: Betty Leavengood
Publisher: Pruett Publishing
ISBN: 9780871089359
Size: 17.12 MB
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Tucson Hiking Guide from the Author: Betty Leavengood. This rich, enthusiastic guide to the Tucson, Rincon, Santa Catalina, and Santa Rita Mountains has been completely revised. Betty Leavengood's third edition of her bestselling Tucson Hiking Guide offers new routes and updated access information, detailed maps, and clear descriptions to area trailheads. This third edition includes: 37 hikes rated easy to difficult by mountain range; revised information on precautions for desert hiking; historical notes, photographs, and anecdotes; and detailed maps and descriptions with elevation/distance.

Moving And Relocation Directory 2007 2008

Author: Lori Perez
Publisher: Omnigraphics
ISBN: 9780780809338
Size: 32.34 MB
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Moving And Relocation Directory 2007 2008 from the Author: Lori Perez. Provides contact information for local resources in over one hundred United States cities along with cost of living data and figures for such areas as housing, utilities, transporation, health, and groceries.

Web Site Source Book

Author: Omnigraphics, Incorporated
Publisher: Omnigraphics
ISBN: 9780780804685
Size: 47.51 MB
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Web Site Source Book from the Author: Omnigraphics, Incorporated. A guide to major U.S. businesses, organizations, agencies, institutions, and other information resources on the World Wide Web.

Too Much Tuscan Sun

Author: Dario Castagno
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0762751614
Size: 16.21 MB
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Too Much Tuscan Sun from the Author: Dario Castagno. Over the past several years, "the American in Tuscany" has become a literary subgenre. Launched by the phenomenal success of Frances Mayes's Under the Tuscan Sun, bookstores now burgeon with nimble, witty accounts of this clash in cultures-Americans trying to do American things in Italy and bumping against a brick wall of tradition. Too Much Tuscan Sun is Dario's, a Tuscan guide whose client base is predominantly American, account of some of his more remarkable customers, from the obsessive and the oblivious to the downright lunatic.