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Address: 1030 E 19th St., Douglas, Arizona, 85607, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 1030 E 19th St., Douglas.
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Travel Blogs from Douglas

Day 3 - Bisbee to Kingman, AZ.

A travel blog entry by coldcoronas on Mar 15, 2015

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... the O.K. Corral shootout with the Earps and Boot Hill cemetery, Tombstone is well worth the visit! After lunch we walked around the town and hit the road at 2:30pm. We got distracted trying to find a gas station in north Phoenix, and made two unscheduled detours enroute. We ended up getting into Kingman a little later than planned ... 2 hours ...

Day 2 - Mesilla, NM to Bisbee, AZ.

A travel blog entry by coldcoronas on Mar 14, 2015

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A relatively uneventful 270-drive across the desert. Arrived in Benson, AZ., at 6:30pm where we left interstate 10 and drove southbound toward Mexico, through the old west town of Tombstone (which we will visit tomorrow). We drove past Old Bisbee, nestled down in a ravine, this picturesque mining town dates back to the 1800's when copper and other minerals were brought up out of the Arizona soil at the Queen mine. We were able to get a glance of the main ...

Deming to Bisbee 200 miles

A travel blog entry by jan-pete-cycle on Feb 06, 2015

2 comments, 3 photos

... and plants. As soon as we turn on to this road I see that we don't have too much petrol so check on Tomtom for stations along the route, Oh Oh there aren't any, the nearest is Douglas some 60 miles straight ahead. Peter thinks we'll have enough to get us there but the mountain track will have to be forgotten. It was quite a scary drive as the was nothing around and of course no phone signal either, still by the look of how many Border Patrol cars we've seen I think we'd be ...

"Queen of the Copper Camps"

A travel blog entry by sandyray on Feb 03, 2015

20 photos

... s Queen Mine was one of the richest copper mines in history. The mine opened in 1877 and closed in the mid 1970's. The Queen Mine opened again as a tour for visitors in 1976. To take the tour we got outfitted in yellow slicker, helmet and miner's headlamp. We then boarded the mine train and descended 1500 feet into the mine. The tour was conducted by a miner who worked in the mines and told us stories ...

The Heavy Weight of Hospitality

A travel blog entry by losingyourself on Feb 08, 2013

2 comments, 5 photos

... we were able to see both sides of the fence, literally and figuratively.

The Sonoran Desert: "A Lethal Deterrent"

The fences along the boarder are high, and those that guard it are swift and efficient. The US officials do a good job at maintaining the laws, keeping men hauling heavy bails of marijuana and work seeking families on "their side of the fence". Over the past few years the fence has gotten higher and more ...