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

    Day 3 - Bisbee to Kingman, AZ.

    A travel blog entry by coldcoronas on Mar 15, 2015

    9 photos

    ... this morning. Left just before noon for a short drive to Tombstone, the most famous of Arizona mining camps with its colorful history. Discovered by Ed Schieffelin in 1878, the mine went on to produce millions. Tombstone had over 15,000 residents at one time. Fires nearly caused the death of Tombstone twice but the town was resilient. ...

    The Roadtrip Begins!

    A travel blog entry by jabbiemontgogo on Mar 01, 2015

    18 photos

    ... to see those trout flop out from fish truck tank to lake. Did I say remote? It was. But the country was really breathtaking. Forrest, rolling hills with the random antelope, ranches and a few cowboy churches. Yes, cowboy churches. P.S. Thank you to my parents for showing us around the area. We had a great time.

    That's all for now. Stay classy.







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    Tombstone; the Town, the Truth and the Tales

    A travel blog entry by bounderbulletin on Dec 21, 2014

    22 photos

    ... it was hard to tell fact from fiction. Well, this trip to Tombstone has helped shed some light on the real characters and life in the old west.

    So, off we went to visit Tombstone, Arizona, a short jaunt down the road. The town was founded and incorporated in 1879 and soon became one of America's Old West Boom towns, drawing men and women; gunfighters, miners, prostitutes and families alike, to the town shortly after silver was discovered in the Tough Nut Mine. Within ...

    Tombstone

    A travel blog entry by jjmeef on Feb 21, 2014

    2 comments, 51 photos

    ... li>'Here lies Lester Moore, four slugs from a 44, no Les no more'Some had listed the name of the person who killed him. There were a few tombstones for Chinese people: China Mary, Chink Smiley, Two Chinese.

    We drove further into town, parked then walked down the main street. We were surprised by how touristy it was. We expected a normal cowboy town with a few touristy things, but it looked like the town existed for the sole purpose of ...

    Tombstone, AZ

    A travel blog entry by peedeedog on Feb 13, 2014

    4 comments, 43 photos

    ... he wouldn’t find stones out in the wilderness and would only eventually find his own tombstone. Fortunately, for Ed, he did not find his tombstone, but he did find something: silver. Taking the advice his fellow soldiers gave him, his very first mine was named The Tombstone.

    Word quickly spread about his silver strike. It wasn’t long before homesteaders, cowboys, speculators, prospectors, lawyers, business people and gunmen headed to the ...