Tucson, Arizona, located in high desert country, enjoys some 350 sunny days a year. Known as “The Old Pueblo,” the state’s second largest city and home of the University of Arizona blends Old West history with rich, distinctive colors and flavors from South of the Border.

In Saguaro National Park, one of Tucson’s top attractions, visitors can hike or ride horses to enjoy views of North America’s largest cacti and iconic symbol of the Southwest, the Saguaro. At the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, regional wildlife like rattlesnakes, bobcats and coyotes await in a zoo-like setting that holds more than 300 animal species and over 1,300 native plants species. Mission San Xavier del Bac attracts…

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  • milly
    Tucson, Arizona posted by milly 59 weeks ago

    go to neetles

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