Tombstone Bordello

Address: 107 West Allen Street, Tombstone, Arizona, 85638-0670, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 107 West Allen Street, Tombstone, is near O.K. Corral, Tombstone Court House, Tombstone's Haunted History Tour, and Tin Cup Mining Company.
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        Another driving day, to Tombstone

        A travel blog entry by jason934 on Oct 10, 2015

        ... arrived at about 5:15pm. We are staying at a ranch tonight. We drove past Tombstone centre and 3 miles down a dusty road until we arrived at the ranch a little out of town. The ranch is set up really nicely with the rooms set up down a street that looks like an old west town. Each room is set up in the theme of the building. In our case we were in Miss Kitty's bordello so our room looked like an old school parlour, with nudie women pictures and a ...

        Day 77 Treading the Tombstone Boardwalks

        A travel blog entry by coldunn on Oct 06, 2015

        2 comments, 48 photos

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        The theatre lay idle for some 40 years when it stopped being used as a gambling hall/theatre in the late 1880s. It is remarkable that it has been preserved since 1924 and the third generation of the family that bought it still maintain it. There are some 140 bull et holes in the ceiling/walls and picture frames which are a testament to the rowdiness of ...


        A travel blog entry by tpress29 on Apr 10, 2014

        18 photos

        ... from all the silver they were able to extract from the mine. There was a lot of silver here and the only thing that stopped mine production was the water table. The mines flooded in the early 1900s. I made it out of the mine in time for the shootout at the OK corral show. That's the only show I cared about. It was acted out in a small set behind the corral. It was well done and enjoyable to watch. After the show you're free to look ...

        Tombstone......Myrtle Beach of the desert

        A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 21, 2014

        27 photos

        ... other pioneers. Laurie was truly surprised that there were so many Jews who settled here, were pioneers here, and actually came here in the 1600's and became part of the indian tribes!

        There was little history on this Laurie asked the grouchy old bitty at the counter if there was information. She showed Laurie a placard with a blurb or two on it.....the rest we learned later on. Laurie passed it to me to ...

        One last hoorah!

        A travel blog entry by clark65 on Aug 03, 2013

        1 comment, 22 photos

        ... we visited the graveyard at Boot Hill. The boys were amazed at all the people who were killed back then and also in the number of "Unknown" people buried there. Who were they? We headed out about 2:30., stopping for the night in Ft Stockton and then on to Katy. Reflecting on our 18 day adventure, I don't have too many words but will say these: To those who are Empty Nesters - consider taking your grand kids on trips out of town to neat places - ...