Marie'S Engaging Bed & Breakfast
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... Wyatt Earp etc). The Bird Cage theatre is preserved just as it was and we saw the prostitutes "cages" where the old musical song "she was only a bird in a gilded cage" got its name, apparently. Night time was fun eating at Big Nose Kate's Saloon and we were drawn to the Dragoon Saloon where Forrest the singing bar tender made us welcome. Only in ...
... amp; atmosphere still in tact. We were recommended to visit here by David Manners & Terri in UK & Donn in Phoenix so thanks to them as it looks like it was worth the trip. We hope to make the tour of the Queen Mine tomorrow & then move on to Tombstone, ...
... of its founding, Tombstone had four churches, an ice house, a school, two banks, three newspapers and an ice cream parlor as well as 110 saloons,14 gambling halls and a multitude of dance halls and brothels, including the Bird Cage Theater. Although the the Schieffelin Hall Opera House in Tombstone presented refined entertainment when visiting troupes would perform, the miners, cowboys and their cohorts of Tombstone who patronized the Bird Cage Theater, were privy to the ...
... morning we got up early to take some photos around town before the tourists got in the way. We then went for breakfast at the Helldorado Chuckwagon reommended by some locals we were drinking with the previous evening. Funny, non-PC moment in the Chuckwagon: got talking to a local who had a gun on his hip. We were intrigued about the non concealment and were informed that Arizona has the most relaxed gun laws. But to be fair the chap said; "I just use ...
... that died a natural death! The cemetery was somewhat segregated. The "Chinamen" were over in one corner...and the Jews were all the way over the hill in their own cemetery.
We wandered over to check out the Jewish cemetery. As most of you know, Laurie is Jewish. I had mentioned this as it was pertinent on our previous trips to Europe. The Jews, as a remembrance, place a stone on a memorial or grave. A stone shows you ...