Travel Blogs from Tombstone
... This old theatre was a bit of a local hotspot in the 1880s. The place is as haunted as buggery and Sam insisted we get tickets for the ghost tour of the place.
Next up, we checked out the "Heldorado", gunfighter show. This a funny little show, with lots of pantomime style booos and hisses for the bad guy and cheers for the good guy. The goodies and baddies hammed it up and shot blanks all about the place for a little while. ...
... the Mexican border.
After a while I realised I didn't have my cardigan! We turned around and went back - I didn't realise we'd already gone 45 minutes. Thankfully it was just on the side of the road near the sarsparilla stand, but the detour added about 1.5 hours to the journey... whoops.
We had dinner at Denny's, a diner, on the way home, then trudged about trying to find laundry detergent so we could finally do our washing at some stage.
... as more and more people flocked to the area in search of fortune. The town flourished, with housing, hotels, stores, a theater, numerous saloons and gambling halls quickly constructed to serve the growing population.
With the people came the need for modern conveniences and Tombstone, despite its isolated location, became a bustling metropolis with running water, telegraph service and major investments from U.S. businessmen. There was even an ice ...
Alarm went off at 7:45, had to give the boys a kick to get them up, had a shower and set off just before 9 in our yellow Camaro. Had the roof up as it was soooo hot. Had a good trip up to Tombstone, the local loved us as soon as we got there.
Went and watched a gun fight which was cool then headed to a photographic shop and dressed up in all the gear. When we were ****** last night we said we'd dress up, Anthony as mother, me as Dad and ...
... but then married other people and divorced). A year after the reunion they married and moved to Colorado Springs. Neil had his own plane so they flew to our reunion last June and Neil was a good pilot. It seems they visited her relatives in OK City for Easter and flew out April 1 in the morning. His brother contacted the authorities by Wednesday when he had not heard from them and noted that the plane had been dropped off the radar. ...
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410 Fremont St. (Hwy 80), Tombstone | Motelfrom $97
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13N and 7th Street, Tombstone | Motelfrom $85
501 E Fremont Street, Tombstone | Motelfrom $59