Hotel La More / The Bisbee Inn
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Prior to leaving El Paso we visited some stores, and finally some purchases from a Ross for Less store by Sam. We also visited a Target and looked at the animals for purchase at Pet Smart. I really like the bearded dragons because they follow your movements and are apparently really intelligent. We headed off from El Paso at about 1pm but fortunately we moved into another time zone today so gained an hour. The drive took 4 1/4 hours but with the time ...
... so, I took it. After dropping my stuff he actually gave me a ride to have a nice dinner.
By 10 pm the latest we where back at his house and he was having some tequila shots and he had kindly prepared me a chamomile tea for my stomach.
It is very important to note that the man was a 64 or 65 year old man ... so he treated me like a father! After being a bit weary about my desicion of renting a room in a house last minute the experience ...
... 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. ...
... of the many violent deaths of the early days, the cemetery became known as Boothill Graveyard. It is possibly a true symbol of this roaring mining town of the early 1880s. Buried here are outlaws with their victims, suicides, and hangings, legal and otherwise, along with the hardy citizens and refined element of Tombstone's first days.
If anyone wants to read the graves of everyone known in the cemetery you can log on to BoothillGraves.com
... a bit of conversation, one man asked me why I looked so sad. In my broken Spanish I told him that the whole situation was bad. What I wanted to say was how much it bugged me that he had to worry about drinking the placed water in the desert because malicious people often taint it with poisons. I wanted to say that it upset me to know that he was just trying to return to his home of 18 years in California. I wanted to say that I hope he does ...