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Planning your trip to Tucson

If you go THE BEST WAY TO TUCSON From LAX, nonstop service is offered on Southwest, United and Continental, and connecting service (change of planes) is offered on US Airways and Delta. Restricted round-trip fares begin at $190.WHERE TO STAYHotel Congress, 311 E. Congress St.,Tucson; (800) 722-8848, www.hotelcongress.com. In the heart of the historic downtown district. Moderately priced guest rooms, all on the second floor, are appointed with 1930s furnishings (no TVs). Doubles from $79.La Siesta Motel,1602 N. Oracle Road, Tucson; (520) 624-1192, www.lasiestatucson.com. Funky 13-room motel refurbished three years ago, with courtyard and patio and salt water pool. Large bedrooms suites, some with full kitchens. Doubles from $75.Embassy Suites Tucson-Paloma Village, 3110 E. Skyline Drive, Tucson; (520) 352-4000. Nestled in the foothills of the spectacular Santa Catalina Mountains, with dramatic skyline views. Doubles from $172.WHERE TO EATMaynards Market & Kitchen, 400 N. Toole Ave., Tucson; (520) 545-0577, www.maynardsmarket tucson.com. Lunch, dinner and drinks in the renovated Tucson train depot. Entrees from $12 (pizzas). Other entrees $21-$26.The Cup Café in the Hotel Congress serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Small plates, $5-$9, large plates, $11-$19.TO LEARN MOREMetropolitan Tucson Convention & Visitors Bureau, www.visit tucson.org

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