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                                    Tucson Arizona: A Mecca For All
                                            By Scott Hubbard

    Tucson loves to celebrate its rich medley of cultures, architecture, and peoples. The community
places an emphasis on preserving its colorful heritage and on maintaining a casual attitude despite
fresh growth. As Arizona's oldest city, established the same year Paul Revere made his famous ride
through Boston, Tucson has become a trendy spot for cosmopolitan ambience. Named "a mini Mecca
for the arts" by The Wall Street Journal, and included in the book, "50 Fabulous Places to Raise Your
Family," The city has been named one of "America's 100 Best Retirement Towns" and Money
Magazine ranks Tucson in the Top Six places to retire in the country. http://MSN.com recently chose
Tucson as the fifth best place in America to live, rating 331 cities on cost of living, crime rate,
education, home prices and weather.


Tucson real estate is abundant in the Tucson metropolitan area and, although Tucsonans treasure
their pristine desert surroundings, new housing starts are consistently higher than the national average
and prices are generally less than in other major metropolitan areas. Despite Tucson's growth, housing
and land costs are still well below the norm and the recent boom in real estate investing and
construction is expected to continue. Diverse housing options range from 100 year-old haciendas to
trendy downtown lofts, adobe estates designed by architect Josias Joesler, Santa Fe and Territorial
designs, contemporary California Ranch styles, and environmentally-friendly solar and strawbale


Known for its mild winters, dry desert air, low annual rainfall and abundant brilliance - about 360 days
of sunshine a year, more than any other U.S. city - Tucson is a popular health destination, winter
resort, and retirement community. The metropolitan area's population swells from November through
February as thousands of part-time "snowbirds" flee colder regions to enjoy Tucson's warmth in the
winter when temperatures hover around 68 degrees during the day.

Resorts & Shopping

Tucson's natural beauty makes it an ideal location for world-class resorts and spas, and although much

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of Tucson's shopping is focused around five malls, there are many boutiques and small shops with
Southwest character and unique wares on open plazas. The historic 4th Avenue neighborhood near
the University of Arizona is fertile ground for unusual and artsy items, good little restaurants, and local
art. El Presidio Historic District around the Tucson Museum of Art and Old Town Artisans is the city's
center for local and regional crafts.


American Heritage magazine recently named Tucson the "Great American Place." The metropolitan
area has much to offer, and is known for nurturing the body, mind and soul. A sun-lovers' climate and
the lush Sonoran Desert hemmed by mountains, canyons, wildlife and desert trails promote active
lifestyles. Intellectual and cultural liveliness are enhanced by the oldest university in the state, and by a
high percentage of creative artists, musicians and writers who call Tucson their home. The city is also
home to the Tucson Sidewinders Triple-A baseball club, nationally televised PAC-10 intercollegiate
sports, men's and women's golf tournaments, bowling tournaments, bicycling races, and the
world-famous Tucson rodeo. Outdoor recreation adds to the local economy with the more popular
activities being hiking, backpacking, rock climbing, hang gliding, mountain biking, paragliding and

Despite all the it's steady growth, Tucson still is an unassuming community that remains a small town
at heart.

Courtesey of Scott James Hubbard,Tucson REALTOR®. For
http://www.scottjameshubbard.com/buyers-section/ buying,
http://www.scottjameshubbard.com/tucson-relocation and http://www.scottjameshubbard.com Articles

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                                Good Finds: Hotels In Tucson, Arizona
                                             By Cassie Herts

 Tucson is the largest city in southern Arizona and the second largest in the state, next to Phoenix. The
name Tucson stems from the Spanish word Cuk Son, which means Black Base. This refers to the west
site of the city, which is notably littered with volcanic mountains. The city itself is a panoramic tableau
of rolling hills, cactus forests, and mountains that seem as boundless and eternal as the sky.

In history, Tucson is a melting pot of the cultures of two countries: the United States and Mexico. It has
a long history of settlement, first by the native Americans, then by the Spanish explorers, and finally, by
frontier pioneers. Clearly, Tucson combines just the right mix of history with natural beauty, and it is
precisely this mixture that attracts visitors in hordes.

If you're planning to visit the city, you need not worry. There are many hotels in Tucson, Arizona and
these run the gamut from affordable to heartbreakingly expensive. If you're on a tight budget, the best
accommodation for you would be an accredited member of the Arizona Association of Bed and
Breakfast Inns. One of the little hotels in Tucson, Arizona that you could try is the Elysian Grove
Market, an historic Tucson Barrio Bed and Breakfast. It is a quaint little inn that is furnished with folk art
and antiques from both the southwest and Mexico. It boasts of a garden teeming with cactus,
mesquites, fountains, and hummingbirds.

If this is not your cup of tea, however, you could take your pick from the bigger hotels in Tucson,
Arizona. One example is the Lowes Ventana Canyon Resot. Nestled within the foothills of the Catalina
Mountains, the Lowes has 398 guestrooms and each one has its own balcony that showcases the
breathtaking view of the desert, he Catalina Mountains, or rows upon rows of Tucson buildings.

Another good pick from among the hotels in Tucson, Arizona is the Arizona Inn. This four-star retreat
was built in the 1930s and boasts not only of thoroughly modern amenities and wonderful landscapes,
but also of a daily ice-cream social which takes place by its 60-feet outdoor pool, from June to

My final pick would be a most welcome place for avid golf players. Among the countless hotels in
Tucson, Arizona is one that rests on a 650-acre championship golf course. The Omni Tucson National
Resort was named one of the 75 Best Golf Resorts in North America by the Golf Digest. It has 167
large guestrooms, all of them located in different buildings throughout the resort. All rooms have large
walk-in closets, separate vanity areas, and its own fully-furnished patio with the guest's choice of
mountain or golf course view. As part of its package, the Omni offers free use of its tennis club, along
with free lessons, for its guests.

If you want to book any of the places I reviewed, or perhaps expand your selection of hotels in Tucson,
Arizona, visit online sites such as http://holiday4you.com and try their search engines. Tuscan, Arizona
is as good a place as any to enjoy the nightlife, play golf on pristine courses, feast on sumptuous
dishes, and revitalize the body, and the mind at tranquil spas.

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