Copper City Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... is really old fashioned and so pretty, change and downstairs for a quick beer before dinner, well actually not so quick as it turned out as we met a real character who introduced himself as Earl Grey, a sweet gay guy from Mississippi who had a LOT to talk about. sounded like he had a bad time growing up in the Deep South but he was quite smashed and we asked the nice barman Shaun where was a good place to eat. So we left Earl to his drink and walked to the Screaming Banshee Pizza ...
... personal experiences. You can see some of the remaining veins of copper, turquoise, silver and other minerals. It was an interesting and fun tour.
After our mine tour it was time for our farewell dinner at Contessa's Cantina in Bisbee. It was a nice evening for our final time together.
This will be my last entry, tomorrow we will be moving to Tucson. Hope you have enjoyed traveling with ...
... two devastating fires almost became a ghost town. Thanks to some far-thinking citizens, Tombstone has been rebuilt and restored to its former glory. The Tombstone Historic District is a National Historic Landmark District. A fun town to visit.
This morning we had a Tram tour of Tombstone and the driver pointed out some of the historic sights. A Wyatt Earp impersonator guide was to meet us after we ...
... nicely laid out with all sites paved, full hookups, cable and Wi-Fi. You can see the mountains in the distance and every site seems to have one tree on it. There is an observatory at the park and every night there is a show which is free but one needs to sign up to make sure there is room. On site they have a pool, spa, library/computer lab, wood shop, laundry room, fitness room, card room with pool table, large clubhouse and banquet ...
... the timbered tunnels and chambers. The tour gives you an idea of how hard a life mining was (and probably still is). Two man teams drilling holes for dynamite, first by hand and then with hydraulic drills. Pack a series of holes with sticks of dynamite, blast, remove the debris and start over again. Yikes....
That afternoon we drove to Tombstone, home of the infamous OK Corral. Touristy with a capital T, but ...