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The great Mexican dinner we had together in Tucson
Tucson
A group of attendees from the Tucson 2010 International Panoramic Photography Conference ended up at a local cozy Mexican restaurant called La Parrilla Suiza. It was a Friday night and quite busy for this popular restaurant but the Hilton Hotel's Concierge made the call and got through with reservations for the ten of us.
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Uploaded: 03/05/2010
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Tags: tucson 2010; arizona; mexican; restaurant; dinner; la parrilla suiza; food; friends
  • C over 1 year ago
    Such a beautiful view of my favorite restaurant! I love to eat at La Parrilla Suiza!
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