Jonquil Motel

317 Tombstone Canyon, Bisbee, Arizona, 85603, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 317 Tombstone Canyon, Bisbee, is near Queen Mine, Old Bisbee Ghost Tours, Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum, and Coronado Cave.
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    Travel Blogs from Bisbee

    Run For The Border

    A travel blog entry by gallery79 on Mar 31, 2014

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    ... shootout at the OK Corral. Then he showed me the actual location of the shootout (around the corner from where the mostly German tourists are lied to), which is right next to the Marshal's HQ. As a historical landmark, the town remains posted in the 1800's, with lots of cool buildings and artifacts to pull you into the times. Not to mention the hired guns strutting up and down the dusty streets. We also hit up old Bisbee, which ...

    Cactus capers.

    A travel blog entry by mrlocation on Jul 31, 2012

    4 photos

    ... Tombstone, further south.

    The nearer we had got to Tucson, the wider and more busy the road had become, with modern new housing developments all along the Oro Valley. But when we got to the other side of Tucson, then the scenery got much better again as we drove towards the old (frontier town?) of Benson. In Benson we turned right for Tombstone and enjoyed a lovely 16 mile stretch of road with views of Tombstone on a hill in the distance. We were in good time and in ...

    The Town to tough to die

    A travel blog entry by alvrez on Jan 18, 2012

    24 photos

    ... gun in Tombstone) and without those deaths Tombstone wouldn’t be what it is today.

    Having passed many ‘Cowboy Churches’ on our travels, we were curious to find out how a Cowboy church was different from an ordinary church, so we decided to go to the Wednesday night service. The folk there were very welcoming (and most surprised we were all the way from New Zealand) but unlike other Cowboy churches (evidently) no one turned up on a horse (I was disappointed).


    Home into safe soil, USA at last!!

    A travel blog entry by adventurescot on May 20, 2011

    4 photos

    ... my first dring was a “Dirty Martini” which was as strong as hell and soon the world was spinning around me, it just went straight to my head!! Cas, Michelle and myself were just so happy and having a great laugh all afternoon. Allan, Andy and John were also there just laughing non stop. It was just such a relief to be back in a safe country.

    Finally after a few more “Chocolate Martini’s” I thought I better make my way to bed. Getting up the ...

    Bisbee or Bust!

    A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Feb 18, 2011

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    Our boy Woody is feeling much better today. The antibiotics and the meds to calm his gut are working. This morning we decided to visit the old mining town of Bisbee.

    Bisbee is 38 miles from here. Ten miles back to Tombstone, then down highway 80 to Bisbee. South of Tombstone the town of Huacucha and the city of Sierra Vista be seen 20 miles to the southwest. The road takes us up a scenic canyon where lots of oak trees grow. At the top of the grade is a tunnel ...