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

      Deming to Bisbee 200 miles

      A travel blog entry by jan-pete-cycle on Feb 06, 2015

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... is really old fashioned and so pretty, change and downstairs for a quick beer before dinner, well actually not so quick as it turned out as we met a real character who introduced himself as Earl Grey, a sweet gay guy from Mississippi who had a LOT to talk about. sounded like he had a bad time growing up in the Deep South but he was quite smashed and we asked the nice barman Shaun where was a good place to eat. So we left Earl to his drink and walked to the Screaming Banshee Pizza ...

      "Queen of the Copper Camps"

      A travel blog entry by sandyray on Feb 03, 2015

      20 photos

      ... as "the Queen of the Copper Camps" and was one of the richest mineral sites in the world. Bisbee was a thriving community until the mining operations became unprofitable in the mid 1970's. Today, Bisbee has transformed itself into a quirky artsy town. After our tour we had free time for lunch, shopping and enjoying just walking around Bisbee.

      Later in the afternoon we met for the Queen Mine ...

      Run For The Border

      A travel blog entry by gallery79 on Mar 31, 2014

      8 photos

      ... knows the best way into Mexico, it'd be him.
      By the time I got in, it was already growing dark. However, by the time I'd gotten my stuff outta the car and situated, Rob had steaks on the grill and a lit firepit. We spent 2 six-packs of Sierra Nevadas enjoying some fine grilling, catching up, and hearing about the antics one witnesses while guarding the Mexico-USA border....wow. My clothes were well infused with the ...

      The Heavy Weight of Hospitality

      A travel blog entry by losingyourself on Feb 08, 2013

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... question was posed in my mind, should the US leave some lights on? Should they maybe even open the gate a little? Is it always harmful to welcome our neighbors in?

      The reality is complex, and the US is not simply a house that can welcome or deny visitors. I was able to experience both sides of the story, the pushing and pulling forces. I saw a boarder factory that paid workers less than $70 USD per week. I saw why people would be driven ...

      Ridem cowboy

      A travel blog entry by spongebobsquad on Mar 22, 2012

      2 comments, 13 photos

      Three verrrrrrryyyyyyyy
      veeerrrrrrryyyyyyy llllloooooonnnnngggggg days driving later we hit
      the border and as expected were pulled over - I would if I was a
      customs officer. We had chosen the most remote and quietest border
      post to make life easy and it worked a treat, we confused the heck out of them. When the answer to their question “Sir
      is this your vehicle?” was "No it belongs to an Australian ...