I am what you might call a "Rainbird" from the Pacific Northwest. I despise drizzle and clouds, and so, having been fortunate enough at this time in my life to have a couple months off from work, I decided to seek some solitude and salubrious surroundings in my favorite geographical alcove of the US, that being Tucson. The rates were exorbitant for monthly rentals there, so I found this reasonably-priced property in Green Valley, about 25 miles out. It was everything I hoped it would be. It's a charming stucco studio nestled in the valley with the picturesque Santa Cruz hills nearby. For one or two people, for the low price of about 50 a night, you have the comfort and amenities of a luxury hotel.. big screen t.v., microwave, fridge, fold-out sofa, more than enough linens for a month, wi fi, and a nice desk/table area. If your idea of a vacation is raucous noise all-night parties, this isn't your place. But if you need to take some time away, meditate in peaceful beautiful surroundings under a starry sky and hit the re-set button , it is ideal. And it's close enough to the city (Tucson) so that you can an urban ambiance when you want it. I plan on coming back to this place again and again, whenever I'm fortunate enough to have the time and am just feeling overwhelmed with the day-to-day, or when I just want to escape the bleak weather of the Northwest.