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Hi, we're off to Tucson on Sat. Looks like the forecast for Sun, Mon and Tues is chilly (by FL standards) and wet...what to do in that weather in Tucson for 3 days...Welcome suggestions.
 

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If you get some sun breaks, there's a desert museum: http://www.desertmuseum.org/ the Pima Air and Space museum: http://www.pimaair.org/ And here: http://www.visittucson.org/includes/media/docs/DowntownTour.pdf is a walking tour of historical Tuscon. If you download it to a portable computer, it will act as a guide.

I had to entertain myself there while DW was tied up in a conference of stuffy ol' lawyers and I didn't want to golf with the ladies.

If you are stuck indoors, there are a wealth of very cultural Mexican Margarita joints and eateries. :)

Jim
 
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Some good recommendations but I would consider Kartchner and Biosphere significant side trips (in opposite directions) Kartchner (being a living cave) is a pretty incredible experience you're not likely to find again. Of course Biosphere is pretty cool, too (not really, it's actually pretty humid inside - combined with the desert heat). Did someone mention Old Tucson? I liked the desert museum- they had several docents who always enlighten a visit. As was also pointed out, some fine Mexican food and drinks! :whoopie: WET??? Possibly but it's been pretty dry so, if you are bringing wet-THANK YOU! I heard there was a cooling trend but it was close to 80 today in Phoenix -just ask anybody here for Spring Training!
 
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