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La Casita Del Sol LC – Tucson Gay Owned Guesthouse

Published Date Author: , December 30th, 2018

Stay with us at La Casita del Sol, an historic 1880’s adobe rowhouse home in the El Presidio Historic Neighborhood in downtown Tucson, Arizona. La Casita del Sol has five hundred feet of living space, with two rooms and a bath, reflecting the simple lifestyle of the late 19th century workers who lived here –…Read More→

Catalina Park Inn Bed & Breakfast – Tucson Gay Bed & Breakfast

Published Date Author: , March 19th, 2018

Catalina Park Inn Bed & Breakfast opened in 1994 by Mark Hall and Paul Richard who continue to welcome guests visiting Tucson in their 21st season. The home was built in 1927 and retains many of the original details including all the beautiful Mexican mahogany woodwork. There is original artwork throughout the inn and surrounding…Read More→

La Casita Del Sol LC – Tucson, Arizona

Published Date Author: , March 29th, 2017

Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay: Stay with us at La Casita del Sol, an historic 1880’s adobe rowhouse home in the El Presidio Historic Neighborhood in downtown Tucson, Arizona. La Casita del Sol has five hundred feet of living…Read More→

Running Horses in Tucson – Globetrotter Girls

Published Date Author: , May 14th, 2016

I’ve visited the Southwest five times over the past few years, but it took me until my 6th visit this year to finally visit a ranch, a real working dude ranch with a bunch of cowboys, horses, cattles – and all that back-dropped by the spectacular Southwest scenery: the barren Sonoran desert with its countless…Read More→

San Xavier del Bac in Tucson – Globetrotter Girls

Published Date Author: , April 28th, 2016

Returning to Arizona felt as glorious as ever! As usual, I am housesitting here – but this time, for different homeowners. I’m enjoying the company of a different dog and a different pool, but I am in the same neighborhood in the Catalina foothills which I love, and funnily enough it is just as hot…Read More→

City Sundays: Tucson, Arizona

Published Date Author: , July 26th, 2015

Hey all, We’re launching a new weekly series on the blog and our Facebook travel groups – City Sundays. Each week we’ll select a different LGBT friendly city to talk about, and we’ll invite our innkeeper and travel agent/tour operator friends to come talk with us about it as well. TUCSON, ARIZONA Tucson is my…Read More→

Globetrotter Girls – Street Art in Tucson

Published Date Author: , May 29th, 2015

When I came to Tucson the first time back in 2010, I went downtown one or two times. That’s it. Why? Because there just wasn’t anything to do there. Barely any eateries, no good coffee shops, no stores – like in so many cities, the downtown retailers had shut down after more and more malls…Read More→

Visiting the Tucson Museum of Art

Published Date Author: , January 15th, 2015

Mark and I were in Tucson, Arizona over the holidays, and ended up going with my mom to the Tucson Museum of Art. It’s on the edge of downtoan, and has some great ongoing and visiting shows. For the next month or so, you can catch “The Figure Examined” – a collection of studies of…Read More→

Featured Gay Accommodations: Catalina Park Inn, Tucson, Arizona

Published Date Author: , December 1st, 2014

Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay. Quiet Six Room 1927 Historic Mansion: There is a computer and printer in the living room for guest use. The inn also has a WI-FI network if you bring your own equipment. See the…Read More→

Featured Gay Friendly Accommodations: Storyteller’s Guesthouse, Tucson, Arizona

Published Date Author: , November 30th, 2014

Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay. Historic Charm, Unique Service, Best Breakfasts: A unique and exclusive casita in Armory Park, Tucson’s historic downtown neighborhood. The casita has a private entrance and off street parking. The main house is a 1921…Read More→