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Be sure to check out Tucson's nude beach -- TanqueVerde Falls East, of town in the Coronado National Forest (also sometimes known as Redington Pass). — gaycomputertutor@gmail.com
Watch out for scorpions and guys on Fourth Avenue. — Anonymous
Rent a car buget for a taxi ride everywhere you want to go because this city is so spread out. Bus service except for a couple trunk lines on a couple major streets stops running very early! Lovely people, kind, helpful, and very curious if you look a bit out of the conventional fashion. Teenagers are so bored there that it's a shame, but even they are sweet if you are sweet back. — Anonymous
Rent a car and drive to Tombstone! — Anonymous
Get rid of the boring weird longtermers who just harrass the female travellers. I am so sick of old Yanks hitting on me and leering. — wartremovalsecrets@yahoo.com
Sabino canyon, although a 3 mile walk from the end of the bus line, is the closest (and possibly most awesome) place to hike in Tucson. — Anonymous
Try the Mariachi mass on Sunday mornings at Saint-Augustine Cathedral (large white adobe church downtown) for a novel experience. Hours are posted outside. — Anonymous

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