Travel Blogs from Douglas
... shootout at the OK Corral. Then he showed me the actual location of the shootout (around the corner from where the mostly German tourists are lied to), which is right next to the Marshal's HQ. As a historical landmark, the town remains posted in the 1800's, with lots of cool buildings and artifacts to pull you into the times. Not to mention the hired guns strutting up and down the dusty streets. We also hit up old Bisbee, which ...
Big Pit disused Copper mine
Quirky Copper Queen Hotel
Great Mexican restaurant
Drunken night playing pool and drinking Tequila
Met Sandra & Melissa (locals) rubbish at drinking and talked too much!
Ghost Town of Lowell - great pics of bikes by shops
Pete's Blog: Legs Eleven: Las Cruces, NM to Bisbee, AZ (272 miles). After ...
... excitement they'd seen all day. Poor guys!!
A word about Hidalgo: he was the Catholic priest who led the movement at Dolores to oust the Spanish conquerors from Mexico. His speech urged the people to revolt against Spain, as much for its behavior in the rest of the world as in Mexico. This took place on September 16 and is celebrated as Mexican Independence ...
In our travels the last 8 or 9 years, Florence has been researching 2 food items: apple fritters and Hollandaise sauce. A bakery on the edge of Joshua Tree Nat'l Monument rose to 1st place about 5 years ago and none other has even come close. As for the H-sauce? sometimes it's too dark, too light, not lemony enough, etc. As of our visit to the Bisbee Breakfast Club ...
Well Hello- Word of the Day!
Pancita (Spanish: pronounced-pan/seat/ah)
I am lucky enough to hear this word nearly everyday. I hear it in two contexts:
The first one being: "Do you like pancita, Aaron?" Pancita is cow stomach, served in a red broth soup. My answer is "no", and it will probably stay that way.
The second way I hear this word is: "Teacher, your pancita is growing!". ...