Tucson Bed and Breakfast: Perfect for Your Arizona Stay
If you're planning a trip to Arizona, a Tucson bed and breakfast is the perfect place to stay - whether for a night, a weekend, or for a Tucson extended stay. In fact, a Tucson bed and breakfast may offer Tucson weekly rentals as well as overnight rates. This not only makes it a great value, but provides many other amenities as well. Bed and breakfast accommodations generally feature one-of-a-kind rooms instead of the cookie cutter rooms offered by hotels. You may have a ground floor room with a private exterior entrance and sitting porch, or enjoy the antique woodwork adorning your room. But beyond that, some establishments provide you with a sense of history that is impossible to replicate in a chain hotel.
For example, you may find a Tucson bed and breakfast that was originally built at the turn of the twentieth century. Renovated in a way that retains the history but provides guests with luxurious accommodations, such a Tucson bed and breakfast will provide you with a memorable stay. A bed and breakfast is also the perfect "home base" from with to see the wide variety of Tucson area attractions. If you're interests are intellectual, Tucson is home to the University of Arizona and the Flandrau Science Center, which features a planetarium, observatory, and mineral museum. If you visit the Mineral Museum, you won't want to miss the "Minor's Story Project," a compilation of oral histories from underground copper miners.
If you'd rather look to the skies, the Titan Missile Museum and the Pima Air and Space Museum aren't to be missed. If you'd rather embrace the outdoors (and beat the heat!), Colossal Cave Mountain Park makes the perfect excursion. You can take a tour of the 70-degree cave, enjoy the serenity of the butterfly garden, or saddle up for trail rides. Chances are, you'll see mule deer, and if you're lucky, you might encounter the park's whitetail deer. While you're in Tucson, you shouldn't miss the Tucson Botanical Gardens, which consists of 16 specialty gardens with a range of botanical and gardening themes. And, bringing the outdoors in is Biosphere2, which is located about 25 miles from central Tucson. When you take a tour, you'll experience the earth encapsulated in a little over three acres. Few visitors to Tucson can resist the 4th Avenue District, a shopping and dining area with over 100 restaurants and shops. It's the place to go for Tucson nightlife, and you can find everything from live music venues to quiet neighborhood bars. The District has street fairs in the spring and winter, merchant sidewalk sale events, bicycle swap meets, and a variety of other events that you won't want to miss.
After your daily adventures, you'll need the respite that a Tucson bed and breakfast offers. Enjoy the history, the hominess, and the uniqueness of a beautiful Tucson bed breakfast.
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