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Address: 1030 E 19th St., Douglas, Arizona, 85607, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Douglas

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

... as "the Queen of the Copper Camps" and was one of the richest mineral sites in the world. Bisbee was a thriving community until the mining operations became unprofitable in the mid 1970's. Today, Bisbee has transformed itself into a quirky artsy town. After our tour we had free time for lunch, shopping and enjoying just walking around Bisbee.

Later in the afternoon we met for the Queen Mine ...

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 ...

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 ...

Home into safe soil, USA at last!!

A travel blog entry by adventurescot on May 20, 2011

4 photos

... was going like a sports machine. After a few photos on the road up the pass I then switched on the video and waved all the bikes passed me while I took video. I then kicked down a few gears and raced up the winding road passing all the other bikes just to get somevideo clips for my video I want to produce.

Once at the summit of the pass the scenery was fantastic and so I stopped and filmed and took photos of the whole area as well as the others on the road below.