Journals Tucson

A Weekend in the Desert

Created by frozetoes on April 19, 2008 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

When you're from Minnesota, Tucson provides a chance to warm up, experience no humidity, and have an unbelievable view of the night sky.

Nature Sites In and Around Tucson - Part One

Created by kwasiak on June 16, 2007 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

The first journal in a series of reviews of nature related sightseeing.

Old home Arizona

Created by mh75 on April 17, 2007 Best of IgoUgo

10 Reviews

It's a dry heat...

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Road trip to So Cal

Created by guide42 on June 4, 2006 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

This journal covers a little family road trip to California and back to Arizona. The delights of sea port village, the surprisingly scrumptious dining of the valley and well not really a lot of phoenix Arizona...just enough to warrant a mention and a few entries.

Spring Training in Tucson

Created by mplunkert on April 2, 2006 Best of IgoUgo

7 Reviews

I gave my husband a trip to watch some of the Colorado Rockies' Spring Training games and fell in love with this desert city.



Tucson in 1 Day

Created by ArnyZona on June 4, 2005 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

Although Tucson is one of the largest cities in Arizona, it has a friendly, hospitable atmosphere. The city lies on the northern border of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona, surrounded by five mountain ranges. This clean and proud city combines the old with he new. There are mnodern skyscrapers and a unique historical district.

Saguaros, Sunsets & the Wild, Wild West in Tucson

Created by wanderluster on March 5, 2005 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews
4 Stories

Characters from the wild, wild west once livened up this Sonoran desert, where saguaro cactuses, deep canyons, and shadowy mountains abound. Dusty reminders are evident all around Tucson, where modern-day cowboys mingle with city folk, artists, and college professors.

Spring at the Foot of Dark Mountain -- Tucson

Created by btwood2 on April 25, 2004 Best of IgoUgo

7 Reviews
4 Stories

Idealized, romanticized images of Arizona can be found to really exist in and around Tucson. Surrounded by mountain ranges in all four directions, this city of 900,000 people has culture, great shopping, and boundless outdoor sports and recreation activities.

Tucson - The Suprise Package

Created by Gwilym Owen on November 8, 2002 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

To anyone from outside of the US, Tucson is an almost unheard of city. I myself was only in Tucson to pick up a hire car and avoid an interstate drop-off fee, when I got here I immediately wished I had a lot longer to explore this wonderful region!

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Tucson: Cactus and Salsa

Created by Hal1026 on September 3, 2001 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

Surrounded by spectacular desert and mountains, featuring traditional southwestern colonial style, drawing a diverse audience of visitors and residents alike, Tucson offers a wide range of outdoor and indoor activities and points of interest. Nowadays a mid-size southwestern city, Tucson retains a relaxed atmosphere where visitors will find very welcoming.

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