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Tucson travel Tips

Independent tips for the professional at Leisure

February 2009

 

When the snow flies, it's great to head down to the warm Sonoran desert and get in some great golf and wonderful Mexican food. 

Tucson is a wonderful community, friendly and surprising affordable, with great resorts and fun activities for folks of all ages.

 

 

Tucson New Mexican Food Tips

 

Tucson El Conquistador Golf Course review

Tucson Starr Pass golf course review

Tucson Mexican Hot Dogs

 

The Pima Air and Space Museum

Tucson is home to the "boneyard", a place where old military aircraft go to stay dry and rust-free, in case any parts are needed.

The Pima Air & Space Museum has a great collection of antique aircraft, including a B-17 and this Lockheed Constellation.  The old "Connie" was the first plane I flew in, and I vividly remember puking my guts out as she bucked and weaved through the rough air.

I still love the classic lines of the Lockheed Constellation, and at night with all of the colorful lights on the wing and rudder, she is a spectacular sight.

The Pima museum also has a rare B-17 and several Air Force One aircraft.

Lots of old B-52's as well, including one that's outfitted to launch an X-15.  It's hard to believe that the B-52 has been in service since 1952.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

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