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Bike friendly motel in nogales or tucson arizona??

I'm planing stop in nogales or tucson, depend how's tired I was coming from LA and before say good bay at USA for a couple months.
Any good (and secure) motel in nogales or tucson?? Better whit close garage.
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I stayed at the Ramada Inn. It is a nice place, no garage.
Ramada Foothills Inn & Suites Meeting Room. 6944 E. Tanque Verde Tucson, AZ
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Try looking (online?) for a Motel6 - I used these a number of times while touring around California, Nevada and Arizona - clean/comfy/warm and great value around $40 a night... many of them have a laundry too (and a pool!)

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Try looking (online?) for a Motel6 - I used these a number of times while touring around California, Nevada and Arizona - clean/comfy/warm and great value around $40 a night... many of them have a laundry too (and a pool!)

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Yes, great way to go.
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I stayed at that Ramada in Tucson in July 2006 after a 577 mile ride from Malibu in the heat. The cost of the room was a bit high for me but it was 8pm, I was exhausted and he came up with a more sensible price. Most important was the excellent restaurant next door. Fuego Restaurant, where I had possibly the best meal even in the US, scallops on wild rice with Gnarly Head 2004 Old Vine Zinfandel from Manteca CA. An evening to remember. What a change from eating in diners.
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