Tombstone Bordello Bed and Breakfast

Address: 101 W. Allen street, Tombstone, Arizona, 85638-0670, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 101 W. 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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      Travel Blogs from Tombstone

      Tombstone & Tucson

      A travel blog entry by gee83 on Nov 02, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... we had to see the shootout at the OK Corral. Fun show, great actors actually. Some comedy in there as well. Had lunch at Big Nose Kate's Saloon ( Doc Hollidays girlfriend), live music, big beer and some man-cave inspiration. Now having been to both Tucson and Tombstone, we would have stayed overnight in Tombstone, as Tucson is huge and spread out and busy! Our acommodation was very nice though and oasis like. But once you left there it was ...

      Just a bird in a gilded cage

      A travel blog entry by ianjordan on Jun 14, 2014

      3 photos

      ... in time. IU was worried because we were running late. Only catch is, Arizona does not do the whole daylight savings thing, so it was an hour earlier! woohoo!

      The cool thing about the place we had booked is that it used to be a bordello... and better yet, it was reputed to be haunted. Once we got sorted with all the paperwork and such, Sam and I headed into town to see what we could see. The first thing we saw was the ...

      Tombstone

      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

      ... on our way.

      You quickly find out that apparently no one in Tombstone gets paid an hourly wage. You are reminded constantly by signs, tip buckets, and the people themselves telling you, that they work for tips. We wandered the town and found out that EVERYTHING in town had an admission fee, usually between 10 and 15 dollars per person. If you wanted to see the OK corral, ten bucks each. The Bird Cage Theater, 12 bucks ...

      Boy, Is This Place Dead

      A travel blog entry by rmwright on Oct 12, 2013

      25 photos

      I will keep the intro to this blog short. You kind of have to see it for yourself, otherwise a cemetery is just a cemetery. Once you've seen one grave marker you've seen them all. In fact, there is only one marker that is original to the cemetery. Remember, they were almost all wooden markers and unless they are replaced they will be lost forever.

      So the main reason for this blog of Boot Hill is the stories behind the graves and who killed them ...