Copper City Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Travel Blogs from Bisbee
... We swam, kayaked and walked through the mangroves. Apparently the Sonora mangrove doesn't have crocodiles (none seen) ... but no one knows why.
The breathtaking views actually made me cry like the time I saw for the first time snow. Maybe the desert scenery is not for everyone but for me it was worth of a great painting.
Again, visiting Sonora and its beaches for foreigners used to cold weather is best between November and April. That ...
... to be quite nice.
Next day we actually went for breakfast. I had eggs and refried beans but I must say the beans in Sonora have been some of the best beans I have ever tried!!!
After breakfast Mr. Angel (that was his name) went to work and I made my way to the remote town of La Aduana. I had to take a bus to the main road and then hitch hike up to the town. I am very glad I went because maybe the town doesn't really have much to offer but it did seem ...
... we made it and had a walk around town to see if we could get a beer which was really difficult as it was so hot, but no bars anywhere so back in the car and off to Tombstone. Then I read the guide and they say the town of Bisbee is a far more authentic mining town than Tombstone so we decide to go there instead. Rang ahead and found the Grand Hotel had one room left, what a lovely place when we got there, really old and best of all a saloon bar downstairs that had live music tonight. ...
... town but it was interesting. Robert and Joyce got their fill of wind and hitting their heads on the roll bar in the back seat. Richard was an interesting character and seemed quite adept at driving while turning around and talking to us. All in all it was an adventure. We finished the day in Tombstone with a steak dinner at The ...
... way. The town of Bisbee is an old west type of tourist attraction.
The next morning we took the first tour of the Queen Mine next to the rv park. The tours are lead by retired miners, so there is a real sense of authenticity. They load you onto a small gauge train and take you deep into the mine. You are wearing slickers, hard hats and miners headlamps and get the feeling that these are necessary as you ...