Title: 100 Things to Do in Tucson Before You Die
Author: Clark Norton
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Surrounded by mountains, bathed in desert warmth and steeped in Old West history, Tucson conjures up images of towering cacti, Spanish missions, cattle ranches, and cowboys. With its year-round sunny climate, it excels in opportunities to hike, bike, golf, and ride horses. Yet this southern Arizona city just 70 miles north of Mexico is also perched on the cutting edge of cuisine, music, public art, and artisanship–often embellished with its own quirky styles. 100 Things to Do in Tucson Before You Die delves deep into the mix of what makes Tucsonans love their home and visitors long to return: its Sonoran Desert ambiance, its bubbling cultural stew, its lively festivals, its dynamic melding of frontier and future. Whether you seek the best and most authentic in Tucson food and drink, music and entertainment, sports and recreation, history and culture, or shopping and fashion – including a host of hidden gems–you’ll find it in this informative, easy-to-peruse guide.