Holiday Inn Express Tombstone (1001 N Highway 80 )

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

1001 N Highway 80
The Tombstone Grand Hotel
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Very Good
29%
71
Average
12%
29
Poor
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13
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12

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  • Couples77
  • Solo71
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step on guide

by luksn

Will be bringing a motorcoach tour of seniors to Tombstone in May. Interested in hiring a step on guide to present the history and show us the sights of Tombstone for 1.5-2 hours. Is there a business in Tombstone that provides this service? haveing trouble finding one. Can anyone provide a two hour itineary if we do not have a guide and do it on our own? Thanks for any info.

Re: step on guide

by MikePinTucson

You might try this group. They do the stagecoach tours around Tombstone:

http://oldtombstonetours.com/

Re: step on guide

by travelgourmet

Git a hole of ol John Rose, buckaroo! Better lissen up and try his website for the fancy pants tour of Tombstone, but stay clear of any of the Earp family. If the Earp boys didn't put him away, he may still be lassoed at his website: http://personal.riverusers.com/~johnrose/
Good Luck, pardner.

Re: step on guide

by Beausoleil

I'd contact the local tourist bureau. Whatever you do, when you get there look at the 2nd story windows downtown. They are a hoot!

Have fun.

Re: step on guide

by Luckycuss78

Contact Don at the O.K. Corral at 520-457-3456. They handle tours every day, and three of the staff members have published books about Tombstone's history.

Travel Tips for Tombstone

Allen Street

by Martinewezel

It all happens in Allen street, thé historic hart of Tombstone. The soil of the street is covered by an impressive layer of dirt, to create the ambiance of the early years. Stagecoaches are riding up and down the streets and there are tourists everywhere. Country music sounds come out of the saloons and there are many souvenirs shops. The street didn't seem empty to me. However when viewing my photos, I see nothing...while everybody is walking under the covered sidewalks to hide from the sun. The street is not really photogenic...

Be a tourist! Lol:-Þ

by thechels

Our anniversary stay at the Sage Inn. It was great with a jacuzzi bathtub, great 'outwest' backdrop...(mountains, etc...) We stayed where John Wayne stayed and really ..'duded' it up...*g*. The people were great to us and friendly, complimentary, too, since it was our anniversary:-Þ our little room was just like a little cottage. It came equipped with EVERYTHING a stove an oven a sink, microwave, coffee pot, candles, jacuzzi bath bubble stuffs..popcorn hot teas and coffees and cocoa...and omg...SO MUCH MORE!!! IT WAS ABSOLUTELY AWESOME!!!

For dinner one night we drove back west to tucson for a murder mystery dinner theatre show thang...it was soooooooooo much fun...I totally recommend it!!!

A stagecoach ride? No thanks.

by zrim

This fellow will gladly take your money and give you a half mile ride up and down Allen Street in Tombstone. While doing so, he will torture you with minutia in a western drawl that is pure cacophony. No we did not take the ride, but given the fact that the historic district is a half mile long and this guy plods up and down the streets all day long with an amplified sound system, we got the gist of the tableau.

Yellow ribbons

by matcrazy1

There were numerous yellow ribbons fixed to almost every wooden pole supporting covered sidewalks of Tombstone Historic District. I have also seen yellow ribbons of various shape and size in many stores as well as fixed to doors of quite many houses in Tombstone. I have never seen so many yellow ribbons displayed in the USA.

Let me explain that yellow bow or ribbon means "Support our troops", a political slogan that has been used very frequently during the 2003 Iraq war and that has been imprinted just onto yellow ribbons in the form of bumper stickers which have been sold. Millions of these ribbons have been sold throughout the United States. Wearing and otherwise displaying ribbons of various colors is done to remember loved ones far away - yellow ones just for American troops/soldiers sent to the Middle East (Iraq) that time. It's likely that many guys have been sent to Iraq from Tombstone.

Prostitution and nudity in Tombstone

by matcrazy1

In the Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park I got to know that prostitution flourished in a boomtown of Tombstone, just like in the Victorian England about the same time, that is less known fact. Well, shortage of women, a lot of money from silver or gold mines (or oil fields) and thin law had to make prostitution quite common in Old Western boomtowns. Originally, prostitution was widely legal in the United States including surely the boomtown of Tombstone but was made illegal in almost all states between 1910 and 1915. Nowadays prostitution is still legal exclusively in some counties of Nevada. In Tombstone you may stay in former brothel called Bordello (built in 1881) that once was owned for a short period by the famous or unfamous "Big Nose Kate."

Nowadays, among numerous, old, black & white pictures hung on walls of Tombstone's saloons you may see a few ones of semi-nude and nude woman and you may buy them is some gift stores. I found it unique in the USA which, surprisingly for me, is a very conservative country. I mean legal approach to public nudity (no topless sunbathing in the USA), pictures of nude women in magazines (they are very rarely available in some states/cities only), nudity in television and movies (banned in national TV networks and mostly in movies) and pornography (surely child pornography is illegal but adult pornography is mostly illegal as well). It works quite different in my homecountry Poland, and generally in Europe.

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