If you prefer print books, check out the selection of highly rated novels and rare finds at Trinity Bookstore in Tucson.
Having a good book to read is one of the best comforts in life. Whether you're into fiction and nonfiction, this store has something you'll love.
Sit back and enjoy a new e-book this season. Choose from their wide variety of titles like e-books.
For your convenience, there are plenty of parking spots for you to make use of during your visit.
A new page-turning journey is waiting for you at Trinity Bookstore in Tucson so head over today and discover a new read.
Sports fans know to plan their weekend around Lighthouse Ymca in Tucson.
Check out the restaurant at this club for a delicious meal.
Tots are more than welcome to hang with their parents at this club.
Craving a good cardio workout? Check out one of these high-intensity kickboxing classes.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Nearly a half century ago, horticulturist Harrison G. Yocum opened his backyard to the public, displaying a bounteous collection of cacti and palms. After a few relocations, expansions, and the establishment of a nonprofit charter, Tucson Botanical Gardens now spreads 17 distinct plots across more than 5 acres. A delicate rumble hearkens the arrival of the Garden Railway miniature train, which winds through gardens uniquely dedicated to birds, butterflies, wildflowers, and traditional Native American crops. Admission—which is free for garden members and children younger than 3—grants passage to five different tours, and groups of 10 or more can arrange self-guided or docent-led tours at a discounted rate. If visitors awaken their appetites by savoring aromas from the onsite herb garden or by staring at clouds shaped like canned goods, they can dig in at the Gardens' Café, where sun spills through a slatted gazebo onto iron tables loaded with roast-beef baguettes and mexican tortilla soup.
For more than 20 years, Yoga Connection's classes have focused on stretching, strengthening, and breathing techniques—but founder and director Priscilla Potter isn't afraid of yoga's more holistic side, either. When she's not teaching, she's an astrologer and a meditation instructor, and her multifaceted perspective on yoga shines through in the studio's schedule. Sessions range from bouts of yin yoga to chakra yoga, which explores the body's seven energy centers.