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 - The Town Too Tough To Die

      A travel blog entry by nigelandpeter on Dec 30, 2014

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      Tombstone was named after an early prospector who was told he would only find his tombstone there. In fact he found a shallow seam of copper & gold. Today Allen Street still feels like you expect a Western town to despite the regular invites to tongue in cheek Gunfight reenactments. Much of the attraction is built up around the OK Corral Gunfight ...

      Bisbee - Famous Copper Mining Town.

      A travel blog entry by nigelandpeter on Dec 29, 2014

      7 photos

      4 hours south of Phoenix is Bisbee. Once known as "Queen of the Copper Camps" you can probably understand why we were drawn here! The mine produced $6.1 billion worth of gold, silver & copper before it closed in 1974. Today it is an artsy town with a lot of the ...

      Tombstone; the Town, the Truth and the Tales

      A travel blog entry by bounderbulletin on Dec 21, 2014

      22 photos

      ... and risqué shows during its heyday from 1881 to 1889. The entertainment was enjoyed and appreciated by the patrons, but it was the gambling and prostitution that was part and parcel of the Bird Cage Theater's charm.

      The Bird Cage operated continuously, twenty-four hours a day, 365 days a year, for the next eight years and earned the reputation as one of the wildest places in the country. There are reportedly more than 120 bullet holes through out the building, resulting ...

      Just a bird in a gilded cage

      A travel blog entry by ianjordan on Jun 14, 2014

      3 photos

      ... all good fun, except I didn't get to shoot any guns.

      Dinner was at "the Longhorn". Naturally I had bacon and eggs.

      We went back to the Birdcage and did the ghost tour. Our guide took us all through the building. First into the gambling room and theatre. Balcony type cribs lined the walls. Who knows what kind of mischief blokes like Doc Holliday got up to in there.

      Next we went up on the stage and then down ...

      Tombstone, AZ

      A travel blog entry by peedeedog on Feb 13, 2014

      4 comments, 43 photos

      ... of the town ever since. Be sure to visit Boot Hill, the origianl cemetery where outlaws, miners and old west residents are buried.

      Helldorado Theater is when we watched the play I have all the video's on. I had to make a lot of them to make it work so you may not want to take the time watch them. It is a funny little play and we enjoyed it.

      We will be leaving here tomorrow to continue on our journey.

      Until Later,

      Jim and Kathy
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