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4.99( 182 review)SuperhostTucson, Arizona, l-Istati Uniti
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Entire guesthouse in the centrally located historic Sam Hughes neighborhood (527 N Treat Ave). Great community with lots of restaurants and markets near by (4 min to Wholefoods). Every amenity designed by an Swiss Photographer that will enhance your vacation or business trip in Arizona’s gem of a city. From its practical kitchen to its richly tiled shower and memory foam bed you won’t want to leave. This memorable accommodation is sure to become one of the highlights of your Southwestern stay

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The practical kitchen with ample refrigerator and freezer and two-burner cook top is equipped to prepare your evening meal, or you can pop a quick snack in the microwave.

You can stream anything from Netflix on the big screen or attach your computer via the High Definition Media Interface (HDMI) cable. A sound bar connects to all your Bluetooth-enabled devices. When you’re not using the counter to enjoy a meal, it makes a perfect work surface with plenty of outlets and USB plugs for your gadgets and space to safely store your laptop.

The queen size bed, with its memory foam mattress, is the perfect place to unwind and rejuvenate after a day of rock-climbing, shopping, or enjoying the Tucson Museum of Art. Your guesthouse retreat has been designed with contemporary flair and a modern color palette. Relax on the tree-shaded patio and dine al fresco.

Staying in this jewel of a getaway for business or pleasure in Tucson, which is home to the largest gem and mineral show in the world. Located in the Sam Hughes Neighborhood, a National Historic District adjacent to the University of Arizona and just two blocks from, a Public Bike Share station, one of many scattered throughout the city.

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Let Tucson become your base for exploring the multitude of cultural attractions in Southern Arizona. Make your first excursion to Tucson’s top attraction, the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, recognized as one of the top ten zoological parks in the world.

If you’re a bird-watcher, an aviation or photography buff, you won’t want to miss the Pima Air & Space Museum and the Airplane Boneyard nearby. Those same photography enthusiasts are sure to be inspired by the collections of the Center for Creative Photography that resulted from discussions between John Schaefer, President of the University of Arizona, and Ansel Adams, one of world’s best-known photographers.

Other scenic and culturally significant destinations include Saguaro National Park, the mile-high Cochise Stronghold, Tombstone, Bisbee, Chiricahua National Park and Mt. Lemmon, the highest point in the Santa Catalina Mountains at more than 9,000 feet.

No matter how far you venture from Tucson during the day, your Southwestern retreat with its beautifully appointed features and furnishings awaits you.
Entire guesthouse in the centrally located historic Sam Hughes neighborhood (527 N Treat Ave). Great community with lots of restaurants and markets near by (4 min to Wholefoods). Every amenity designed by an Swiss Photographer that will enhance your vacation or business trip in Arizona’s gem of a city. From its practical kitchen to its richly tiled shower and memory foam bed you won’t want to leave. This memorable ac…

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4.99 out of 5 stars from 182 reviews

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Tucson, Arizona, l-Istati Uniti

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Ingħaqad fi Lulju 2013
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My work bio says it all. Introducing Istvan Vizner From the desk of Frank Barnett Having the advantage of unique strengths as a graphic designer, post-production artist, and photographer, István Vizner's three-pronged approach has landed him at the top of his game. István’s creations inhabit a world of visual fantasies made possible by a brilliantly vivid imagination and the artist’s early grounding in illustration and pre-digital collage. For Vizner, who was influenced by the early twentieth-century Bauhaus and Russian Constructivist movements, the line between fine art photography and commercial illustration has become blurred. In a tradition unique to Europeans, István’s career began with a five-year apprenticeship in graphic design, leading to a position as an art director in Zürich. In 1989, after a year in North America, he returned to Switzerland and became a freelance art director, establishing his graphic design studio and working on a Mac for the first time. Already proficient in the medium of photo collage, he quickly became part of the first digital revolution in the visual industry. In the mid-nineties, he launched Scheffold-Vizner Photographers with his photographer friend, Fabian. The new partners immediately joined the ranks of high-end European photographers, fusing their three creative skills into a very strong design group with big-name clients. This was the beginning of István’s third apprenticeship and new passion—photography, working in the partners' own full-service studio, having big and mid-size cameras, a lab, a drum scanner, and in-house post-production capabilities at his disposal. And at the outset of the millennium, István went through the second digital revolution, replacing most of his analog cameras or outfitting them with digital backs. In 2012, desiring to maintain his uniquely fresh approach to creativity and evolving skills as an artist, István sought a radical change in his personal and professional lives and relocated from the shores of Lake Zürich to the American Southwest that had made such an impression on him two decades earlier. Although now settled in the United States, István continues to work with clients in Europe. Now a citizen of the world, a self-described “Internationalist,” he travels wherever his shooting assignments take him.
My work bio says it all. Introducing Istvan Vizner From the desk of Frank Barnett Having the advantage of unique strengths as a graphic designer, post-production artist, and photog…
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