School House Inn Bed & Breakfast

Address: 818 Tombstone Canyon Rd., Box 32, Bisbee, Arizona, 85603, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 818 Tombstone Canyon Rd., Box 32, Bisbee, is near Queen Mine, Old Bisbee Ghost Tours, Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum, and Coronado Cave.
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    Travel Blogs from Bisbee

    The beaches of Sonora - Total eye candy!

    A travel blog entry by mexitraveller on May 15, 2015

    22 photos

    And I don't mean with eye candy that I saw gorgeous men ... no no no .... not this time

    The beach scenery in Sonora is just breath taking

    Desert, mountains, blue ocean, virgin beaches, blue skies and a very bright and gorgeous sun makes your mouth drop open.

    Not cheap I must say and not too easy to visit either if you don't have a car BUT the trip here is totally worth the while

    Sonora is on the west coast so it has a ...

    Run For The Border

    A travel blog entry by gallery79 on Mar 31, 2014

    8 photos

    With a 7 hour drive between Vegas and Bisbee, AZ, el Burro got himself an endurance test. The road was long, straight and hot, but the scenery was beautiful. At any moment it seemed like a roadrunner might whiz by, being chased by a coyote on rocket-skates.
    One of my good friends, Whittier line-mate, and Harris Hall dorm-mate, Robert Delaney, has been living and working in Bisbee as a border patrol agent for over a decade now. ...

    Going native.....and it's a short trip

    A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 17, 2014

    12 photos

    ... my guide was Lt. Colonel (Retired)........Vaughn Laganosky.

    Vaughn had made the army his career, and was posted to Fort Huachuca for a pretty fair part of it. He still works on base as a civil service employee. My mother had recently made contact with Vaughn and his mother and put me in contact with him. Today was presidents day, so he had the day off. He graciously offered to spend his day off carting us around and ...

    The REAL wild west

    A travel blog entry by hannykin12 on Nov 19, 2012

    7 photos

    ... the towns claim to fame. There are lots of novelty shops, staged gun fights and tours that happen. The population was once 14,000 but now sits around 1500 and most of the people who live there make theyre living off tourists. It was definately like stepping into the wild west or a western movie, I absolutely loved it! Unfortunately we eventually had to get on the bus for a long drive to Pheonix! ...

    St Paddys With the Red, White and Blue

    A travel blog entry by burtonll on Mar 17, 2012

    6 photos

    ... 8220;Buffalo Soldiers” arrived, joining General John J. Pershing in the 1916 expedition into Mexico. During World War I, it was assigned the mission of guarding the United-States-Mexico border. Today, its training and purpose focus on borders stretching all around the world.

    Lots more on the interesting history of Fort Huachuca and its mission today, read at http://www.huachuca.army.mil/site/Visit or/index.asp?pages=History


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