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warrenbpThe Warren Ball Park in the Warren District of Bisbee, Arizona is the oldest professional ballpark in Arizona.  In 2009, we celebrated its 100th birthday.  To read more about the history of the ballpark and the famous players, including Babe Ruth –  click HERE.

The Warren Ball Park is the home of the newly formed Bisbee Ironmen.  Doubleheaders will be played every Friday and Saturday until July 6th.  The week following will be tournament week.  Schedule is subject to change.  So chick HERE to check the most current schedule and the tournament schedule.  You can also call 520-432-4372 for more information.

The Bisbee Ironmen are also on facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/bisbeeironmenbaseballinc.   Here you will see profile photos of the players as well as the players in action.  Some of the players are staying at the Gym Club Suites until July 15th.  Come say hello and get your baseball/cards autographed.

vintagebaseballWarren Ball Park is also the home of the annual Copper City Classic Vintage Baseball Tournament.   The tournament is normally played at the end of March or the first part of April.  Read about the successful tournament in 2013 – Tournament, and see photos too.

The ballpark has been a venue for other events, such as the Bisbee Blues Festival (September 2009-2012) and Bisbee Youth Day (July/August 2012-2013).   During school year, it’s also the home of the Bisbee Pumas football team.

Directions from Old Bisbee:  80E to traffic circle.  Take 2nd right onto Bisbee Road.  Continue on Bisbee Road until it becomes Douglas Street.  Douglas Street will end at the ball park.

Addition reading:  Pride of the Ironmen dlvr.it/3bL0jk 

The Warren Ballbark  Arizona Experience

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A blog about Bisbee and Bisbee events by Gym Club Suites:

About us:  Originally built in 1903 as the YMCA, it is a registered historical landmark.  Renovated in the 1980′s into a 17-unit apartment building; now it is a popular vacation rental for long and short term stays.

For more info: www.gymclubsuites.com

To view our suites:  http://ow.ly/1TcVv

For Bisbee Events:  http://ow.ly/1SNm7

Follow us on Twitter:  www.twitter.com/BisbeeAzLodging

Facebook Page:   www.facebook.com/GymClubSuites

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The 4th Annual Pit Fire Festival at Cochise College Douglas Campus is scheduled for November 10th 2011, Thursday 5pm – 9pm. 

Pit fire is a unique firing process which results in a beautiful and dramatic natural glaze.  Starting 10am Thursday morning, all the clay pieces made by the students from local high schools and colleges are placed into huge holes, 5-7 feet deep, in the ground.  Wood pallets will then be placed on top of the pieces.  Last year, 850 wood pallets were burned with temperature soaring up to 1500 degrees Farenheit.  Members of the community are welcome to add their clay pieces to the pits.  On Friday morning 10am, the pieces will be retrieved and cleaned for display.  There will be an exhibit in the gallery on campus at 6pm Saturday.

The Pit Fire Festival is celebrated with music from local musicians and bands, free food prepared and served by the College’s Culinary Arts Department, demonstrations, special appearance by Flam Chen http://flamchen.com, and last but not least, huge bonfires.  This free event is open to everyone, so bring your friends. 

Here’s a documentary produced by Stephen Crout & Tate Rich on the event with footage from the 2009 Pit Fire Festival: 

The Douglas Campus address is: 4190 West Highway 80 • Douglas, AZ 85607; phone number: 520-417-4046, ask for the Arts Department.

Douglas Campus Fall 2011 class schedule: http://issuu.com/cochisecollege/docs/cll_fall_2011_sked_layout_1

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A blog about Bisbee and Bisbee events by Gym Club Suites:

About us:  Originally built in 1903 as the YMCA, it is a registered historical landmark.  Renovated in the 1980′s into a 17-unit apartment building; now it is a popular vacation rental for long and short term stays.

For more info: www.gymclubsuites.com

To view our suites:  http://ow.ly/1TcVv

For Bisbee Events:  http://ow.ly/1SNm7

Follow us on Twitter:  www.twitter.com/BisbeeAzLodging

Facebook Page:   www.facebook.com/GymClubSuites

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For almost thirty years on the weekend after Thanksgiving, the Bisbee Women’s Club presents the Historic Home Tour.  Ten turn-of-the-century homes will be featured this year.

In the early 1900’s, Bisbee was the largest city between St. Louis and San Francisco because of the booming mining industry.  Miners built their homes in the surrounding hillsides, then spread out to the Warren district.  When mining came to an end in the 1970’s. the miners left behind their cabins, abondoned. 

Gradually, Bisbee began to populate again because of its mild climate.  Newcomers renovated these miners’ cabins to live or as vacation homes.  This trend continues today.  Every year, the Historic Home Tour presents some of these newly renovated homes.  Below is a story of one of the homes in this year’s tour published in the Arizona Daily Star http://ow.ly/3de7y:

BISBEE – “Remuddled” is how Nanette Slusser describes the state of her home when she bought it.

What was thought to once have been the headquarters of the lumberyard had been turned into two apartments. And it languished on the real-estate market for more than a year.

It was quite the challenge for her husband, Tom Slusser, who embarked on a two-year project to turn the remuddle into a proper remodel.  (read more)

 

So, come visit Bisbee this Friday-Saturday.  Bring the entire family to see where the miners lived decades ago.  Perhaps  you’ll be inspired also to transform a broken down miner’s cabin into a show piece for the future Historic Home Tour . 

Stay around for the lighting of Main Street Friday night with dancing, singing and Santa.  Join us on Main Street for the special Holiday Art Walk on Saturday til 7pm.  There will be music, snacks and drinks.  Spend a night in Bisbee and wake up to the gorgeous mountain view as experienced by the early settlers to Bisbee.  Maybe you’ll fall in love with Bisbee like so many of us here.

Events for this Thanksgiving weekend in Bisbee:

Historic Home Tour – Friday Nov 25, 26 10am-4pm, Saturday Nov 26, 10am-3pm.  Advanced tickets sale at the Visitor’s Center $12. Call 520-432-3554 for children and military discounts.

Silent Art Chair Auction – View chairs at St. John’s Episcopal Church same hours as the Home Tour.  Winners will be announced Saturday 4:30pm.

Festival of Lights – at Grassy Park in front of Bisbee Mining and Historical Museum Friday 6pm. See lighting of Bisbee Main Street to kick off this holiday season.

Holiday Art Walk on Main Street- 10am – 7pm Saturday.

There will not be a Gem and  Mineral Show as originally announced this year.  The next Queen Mine Gem & Mineral Show will  be in May of 2011. 

More reading:

http://ow.ly/3djNz  Bisbee Historic Home Tour and Chair Auction by U.S. Army Fort Huachuca

http://ow.ly/3djQq  Bisbee: Festival of Lights kicks of Holiday Season

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A blog about Bisbee events by Gym Club Suites:

About us:  Originally built in 1903 as the YMCA, a registered historical landmark;   renovated in the 1980′s into a 17-unit apartment building;  now it is fully furnished for travelers to Bisbee and Southeast Arizona a place to curl up for the night ~ a home away from home, instead of just a hotel room.

For more info: www.bisbeelandmark.com

To view our suites:  http://ow.ly/1TcVv

For Bisbee Events:  http://ow.ly/1SNm7

Follow us on Twitter:  www.twitter.com/BisbeeAzLodging

 

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From mid October through November, many Arizona cities hold mesquite milling and pancake breakfast events.  The festivity for Bisbee was held on October 23 at the Farmers Market this year. 

Milling: 

The mobile milling machine called the hammermill was already set up when we arrived with people waiting with their 5 gallon buckets of mesquite seed pods.  The hammermill crushes and grinds the seeds into flour and sifts out the chaff into a separate holding bag.  Nothings will go to waste.  The chaff can be used to make mesquite jelly before being composted for fertilizer.  A 5 gallon bucket of pods will make 1 gallon of flour.

Bisbee Farmers Market Mesquite Milling Event

Waiting for their turn to have the mesquite pods milled.

Bisbee Farmers Market Mesquite Event

Five gallon bucket of mesquite seed pods.

Bisbee Farmers Market Mesquite Event

Seed pods have to pass the snap test before being fed into the machine.

Bisbee Farmers Market Mesquite Event

Mesquite flour will fall into the plastic container; chaff will be captured inside the big bag on the left.

Bisbee Farmers Market Mesquite Event

Mesquite flour is being poured back into the 5-gallon bucket to take home.

Pancake Breakfast:

Mesquite flour has a very strong flavor and is gluten-free.  To bake or to make pancakes, mesquite flour should be mixed with wheat flour.  The mesquite pancakes served that day was a mixture of 1/3 mesquite flour, 1/3 reqular white flour and 1/3 wheat flour.  The pancakes were served with sausage (naturally raised, grain free)  patties from the San Ysidro Farm, McNeal. DELICIOUS!!

Bisbee Farmers Market Mesquite Event

Mesquite pancakes and sausage from San Ysidro Farm in McNeal.

 

For more information on Mesquite facts, harvesting pod and recipes, click on the link to the Desert Harvester site: http://www.desertharvesters.org/

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A blog about Bisbee events by Gym Club Suites:

About us:  Originally built in 1903 as the YMCA, a registered historical landmark;   renovated in the 1980′s into a 17-unit apartment building;  now it is fully furnished for travelers to Bisbee and Southeast Arizona a place to curl up for the night ~ a home away from home, instead of just a hotel room.

For more info: www.bisbeelandmark.com

To view our suites:  http://ow.ly/1TcVv

For Bisbee Events:  http://ow.ly/1SNm7

Follow us on Twitter:  www.twitter.com/BisbeeAzLodging

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Note:  Originally written on September 13, 2010.

We just had a wonderful weekend in Bisbee.  The weather was perfect for the plein air artists as well as for those who spent their day touring the nine beautiful gardens in Bisbee.

The Bisbee Bloomers Garden Tour

This year there are nine gardens on the tour.  Three are in Old Bisbee behind the Courthouse, one near the Hwy 80 West Bend exit and five in the Warren area.  http://ow.ly/2EncL

The three gardens in Old Bisbee are more difficult to get to — a lot of walking up the hills but it was worth the effort.   Below are pictures from the Old Bisbee gardens.

First thing I saw when I entered the garden - a Bisbee art car.

Every inch of the car is decorated -- closeup of the top of the car.

I believe this one is the people's choice winner.

An outdoors living space at the corner of the garden

A most interesting plant-red & black berries w/blue flower

Another one of Bisbee's stairs on the way to the garden

This is garden #2.

Notice the dragonfly handle?

 

Look at the details painted on this wood stool next to the front door.

Is this Creeping Charlie (ground ivy) growing between the rocks?

The garden near the Hwy 80 West Bend exit has an amazing view of the highway and  houses along Tombstone Blvd on its north.   As you walk up towards the house, you’ll see a mountain lion about to jump down into the garden from the top of the rock wall.

Captured a mountain lion jumping into the garden.

Of course, the mountain lion is not real.

View from Garden #4's deck

Terry Wolf, singer, song write, graphics artist and photographer, singing for the garden tourists.

Javelinas run wild in the hills of Bisbee.

An outdoors sitting area; wall colors are very typical of Bisbee.

 Warren gardens on the Tour:

Garden #5 in Warren

A popular spot for the birds.

A secret summit in Bisbee.

Tropical hibiscus are getting very popular in Bisbee gardens.

 

I would love to go back to this garden again -- see the next five pictures.

This reminds me of my old fish ponds.

 

This is what an okra plant looks like - it's in the mallow family.

Cute miniature water lilies.

Beware!

A garden with room for lots of guests.

Colorful coleus - they all need to be indoors in the winter.

The Bisbee Plein Air Competition

http://ow.ly/2Eozj

Even though the competition started on Friday.  A lot of the painters did not start painting until Saturday.   Here are some of the photos of the day’s events.

Young artist ages 8-18 also compete for cash prizes.

Another young artist.

Terri started painting at 6 in the morning.

All the paintings were displayed at the Grassy Park to be judged.

Display of paintings from the 8-18 division.

Spectators can place bids on the paintings they want to purchase.

At the Grassy Park, there's music by Shade, featuring Duane Reilley on saxophone.

Winners!

All in all, it was a festive Saturday.  Many of the paintings were sold.

Other posts:

http://kaiathomas.blogspot.com/2010/10/2010-bisbee-plein-air-comopetition.html

September 12  Weekend Events in Bisbee:

Plein Air competition and Bisbee Garden Tour are annual events on the second weekend of September. 

Bisbee Farmers Market at Vista Park    8am-12noon

Bisbee After 5 Art Walk     5-8pm

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A blog about Bisbee events by Gym Club Suites:

About us:  Originally built in 1903 as the YMCA, a registered historical landmark;   renovated in the 1980′s into a 17-unit apartment building;  now it is fully furnished for travelers to Bisbee and Southeast Arizona a place to curl up for the night ~ a home away from home, instead of just a hotel room.

For more info: www.bisbeelandmark.com

To view our suites:  http://ow.ly/1TcVv

For Bisbee Events:  http://ow.ly/1SNm7

Follow us on Twitter:  www.twitter.com/BisbeeAzLodging

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On October 7th and 8th, 2011, the Bisbee Mining and Historical Museum will again sponsor the Bisbee Turquoise Hunt.  

History of Bisbee Turquoise 

In the 1950’s and 60’s, Phelps Dodge, in order to expose the high grade copper ore,  extracted  lower grade ore along with deposits of turquoise into dump trucks and hauled them aways.  Miners and company employees who recovered these precious stones from the dump, against company rule, were the only source of this famous Bisbee turquoise.  In 1972, Phelps Dodge leased the right to recover the turquoise from the dump to Bob Matthews who sold most of the tuquoise to Durango Silver, CO.  Durango Silver now owns the largest collection of Bisbee turquoise.

Bisbee Blues, a registered name for Bisbee turquoise

“High-quality Bisbee Turquoise is a hard, strikingly brilliant blue stone often with red-brown spiderwebbing, dendrites or hard chocolate brown colored matrix distinctive to the area near Bisbee.”  (from Durango Silver’s website) 

Click on the link to see a slide show of Bisbee turquoise http://ow.ly/2huoj from bisbeeturquoise.com.

2009 Turquoise Hunt

Some of the biggest turquoise recovered from last year’s Hunt were found by professional jewelers.  Unlike amateurs who were happy to find tiny pieces of turquoise by flipping over rocks and digging into dirt, they scanned the ground for big ones.  And, they found big ones.

This one was found by Olin, a jeweler from Phoenix.  This was his second time to the Bisbee Turquoise Hunt.  You’ll see why when you see the picture below.

A darker turquoise, potentially worth $1000 when cut.

This one was found by Bisbee’s own Rock Man, Bruce Mead. 

A larger rock measuring 4+ inches across, potentially worth $300.

 

Why don’t you join the professional jewelers and spend a couple of hours hunting for treasure?   Oct 7th, 2011, Friday, is open only for members ($20) of the Mining Museum.  Oct 8th, Saturday, is open to the public ($30) .  For more information, contact the Bisbee Mining and Historical Museum 520-432-7071.

Turquoise Links:

Bisbee Minining & Historial Museum Newsletters http://www.bisbeemuseum.org/bmhm/newsletters/bmnewsletter02.pdf

http://www.bisbeemuseum.org/bmhm/newsletters/Newsletter-spring%202010.pdf

Finders Keepers, 81 Main Street, Bisbee    http://www.fkeepers.com/bisbeeturquoise.html

Natural turquoise vs stabilized turquoise http://www.collectorsguide.com/fa/fa098.shtml

Durango Silver’s page on Bisbee Turquoise & Youtube video on Bisbee Turquoise http://www.bisbeeturquoise.com    http://ow.ly/2Orh6

 

 

October 7-8 Weekend Events in Bisbee

Besides the Turquoise Hunt, other events this weekend are:

Farmers Market:  8am – 1pm Saturday.  Enjoy music by Nowhere Man and a Whiskey Girl under the “Social Tree”.  http://www.bisbeefarmersmarket.org/#!market-news

Wine Tasting Fest:  4-7 pm Saturday.  Sample more than 50 Old and New World wines.  This event is guaranteed to be an afternoon of great food, music and fun.  www.bisbeerotaryclub.org or 520-432-3554.

Bisbee After 5:  5-8pm Saturday Oct 8th, 2011.  Enjoy special sales and promotions, enter to win a raffle worth $200+, enjoy live entertainment and artist receptions until 8pm.   http://bisbeeafterfive.blogspot.com/

 

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A blog about Bisbee events by Gym Club Suites:

About us:  Originally built in 1903 as the YMCA, a registered historical landmark;   renovated in the 1980’s into a 17-unit apartment building;  now it is fully furnished for travelers to Bisbee and Southeast Arizona a place to curl up for the night ~ a home away from home, instead of just a hotel room.

For more info: www.gymclubsuites.com

To view our suites:  http://ow.ly/1TcVv

For Bisbee Events:  http://ow.ly/1SNm7

Follow us on Twitter:  www.twitter.com/BisbeeAzLodging

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The 2010 Bisbee Lodging Tour is on the weekend of June 12 & 13.  Each day features 10 or more unique lodgings in Bisbee.  We encourage every one to stay at least Saturday night to enjoy the special music by Train Wreck, the Bisbee After 5 Art Walk, the hospitality of one of our fine lodging facilities as well as the free pancake breakfast on Sunday morning.

If you can join us for only one day of the tour, below is a list of  lodging participants on each of the two days:

Saturday, June 12, 2010

1. Calumet & Arizona Guest House :  1906 executive house designed by SW architech Henry Trost with large, quiet rooms fillled with anitques, fire places, library , piano, spa and patios.  Exceptional full breakfast.  Children & pets OK.  Smoking on patio.  Guests refrigerator and microwave.  Rates: $50-110 

www.calumetaz.com,   608 Powell St.  520-432-4815

2.  Shady Dell Vintage Trailers:  10 fully restored 1950’s aluminum travel trailers decorated in vintage memorabilia. Elegantly restored 1947 Chris Craft yacht & 1947 bus.  1957 Dot’s Diner on premises. Children 10+ , No pets, Non-smoking. Rateas $50-$165.

www.theshadydell.com  1 Douglas Road,  520-432-3567

3.  High Desert Inn:  Located in the heart of Historic District.  Rooms with private bath, queen bed, cable TV, AC, heat.  Children OK, No pets, Non-smoking.  Rates $85-$110

www.highdesertinnbisbee.com  8 Naco Road  520-432-5747

4.  OK Street Jailhouse:  Two story 1200 s/f structure was an active jail between 1907 and 1914.  The former drunk tank is now a living room/kitchen combination.  There is a half bath downstairs.  On the second floor, in the former cell for serious offenders, is now the bedroom and bath with Jacuzzi tub for two.  A/C upstairs, public parking.  Rates $115/2 people for one night, $85 each additional  night.

www.okrealtyinc.com  522 Arizona St.  520-432-7435

5.  Hotel Lamore:  1917 historic hotel in downtown Old Bisbee with 20 rooms.  Continental breakfast is provided in the dining room.  Rates $70-$110.

www.hotellamore.com  45 OK Street, 520-432-5131

6.  Eldorado Suites: Enjoy our downtown location in the heart of Old Bisbee.  Renovated guest suites featuring porches with views of historic Bisbee.  1 or 2 bedrooms, living room, kitchen, fine beds & linens, private bath, TV, wifi, some onsite parking.  No pets, Non-smoking.  Rates $125-$220

www.eldoradobisbee.com  55 OK Street  520-432-6679

7.  Audrey’s Inn:  Fully equipped kitchens, each sleeps 4.  TV/VCR, phone, A/C, laundry, wifi. Pride friendly, children & pets OK.  Non-smoking.  Rates $105 (1-2 people)-$120 (3-4 people)

www.audreysinn.com  20 Brewery Avenue  520-432-1866

8.  Hotel San Ramon:  Located in the heart of Historic District.  Newly renovated rooms with private bath, cable TV, AC/heat, wifi.  Restaurants on premises.  Families welcome.  No pets.  Non-smoking. Complimentary parking.  Not handicap accessible.  Rates $79-$145.

www.hotelsanramon.com  5 Howell Ave  520-432-1901

9.  Letson Loft Hotel:  The newly renovated treasure is locatead in the heart of Old Bisbee on the 2nd floor of the Letson Block Building, circa 1885. AC/heating, wifi, TV, DVD, HBO, continental breakfast,  luxurious beds and linens.  Children 12 and up OK.  No pets.  Non-smoking.  Ratesa $120-$185.

www.letsonlofthotel.com  26 Main Street  520-432-3210

10  Bisbee Grand Hotel:  A bed & breakfast inn and old time saloon with a full size pool table in a 1906 hotel with antique furnishings. Wifi.  European continental breakfast.  Children OK.  No pets.  Non-smoking.  Rates $79-$175.

www.bisbeegrandhotel.com  61 Main St.  520-432-5900

11.  Sunflower Suites:  Built in 1908, the beautifully renovated Sunflower Suites are perches above downtown Main Street.  Each suite is a very spacious, fully furnished one bedroom, one bath suite with its own private entrance.  Includes TV, Cable, but not internet.  There are 40 steps from Main Street to the lower suite and 58 to the upper Suite.  Public parking  $900/Mo.

www.okrealtyinc.com  522 Arizona St.  520-432-7435

Sunday, June 13, 2010

12.  Little House on Taylor Ave:  Fully equipped kitchen, 1 king bedroom suite with sofa sleeper; 42 in plasma with direct TV, large patio, newly renovated, no stairs, parking.  No pets, Children OK. Walking distance to shops and restaurant. Rates: $150 up to 4 people.

108 Taylor Ave.  602-828-8996

13  Doublejack Guesthouse:  Built prior to 1900, this fully restored 1 bdrm miner’s cottage has panoramic views. Walk to downtown. King bed, private deck, fully equipped kitchen, AC, clawfoot tub and walk-in double shower, monitor/DVD/VCR movies library, wifi, complimentary coffee and fixings for breakfast.  Gay owned and operated.  Smoking outside, pets OK. Steps.  Rates $125.

www.doublejackbisbee.com  Temby Ave  520-559-6708

14.  Gym Club Suites: Built in 1903 as the YMCA.  The Gym Club Suites feature 12′ ceilings, lofts and decks with panoramic view in downtown location.  Suites include a full kitchen, wifi, cable TV, AC.  Guest laundry & elevator.  Children OK.  No pets. Smoking on private decks.  Rates:  $85-$185.

www.bisbeelandmark.com  39 Howell Ave.   520-234-5921

15.  The Mozart Garden Suites: The spacious apartment features a living room with TV/DVD, wifi, a dining area , a full kitchen, full bath, queen bed and Arizona room with a single bed.  Enjoy the charm of our sculpture garden.  Rates: $75/day.

48B Shearer Ave.  520-432-7217

16. Canyon Rose Suites: Historic Bisbee.  AAA approved, 3 diamond rating.  1-bedroom & studio suites in a beautifully restored National Historic Registry building.  Fully equipped kitchens. Wifi, TV/DVD/cable, laundry.  Children OK.  No pets. Non-smoking.  Rate $99-$210

www.canyonrose.com  27 Subway Street  520-432-5098

17.  Copper Queen Hotel: Full service hotel in the center of Historic Bisbee.  Award winning dinning room, swimming pool, old fashioned saloon, wifi, AC/heat.  Meeting space for 40.  Children OK.  No pets.  Non-smoking.  Rates $122-$197

www.copperqueen.com 11 howell Ave  520-432-2216

18.  The Inn at Castle Rock:  Artfully decorated rooms and a large meeting room.  There is a patio and kitchen for guests use.  Large verandas on the second and third floors.  Backyard garden with gazebos and tiled trails.  Non-smoking. Pets are welcome. Wifi.  Rates $65- $100.

112 Tombstone Canyon Road.  520-432-4449

19.  Jonquil Motel:  The only motel located in Bisbee Historic District.  All rooms have private baths w/shower.  AC, wifi, TV/HBO.  No stairs.  Private parking.  No pets. Children OK.  Non-smoking.  Rate &80-$105

www.thejonquil.com  317  Tombstone Canyon  520-432-7371

20.  Above and Beyond Rentals:  2 bedroom house, fully equipped kitchen, no  steps, laundry, parking.  Studio apartment with one bedroom, one bath.  Queen bed, futon, fully equipped kitche.  Sleeps 3.  No pets. Rates:  House $110/nightt 2-night min; Studio $75/night.

506A Tombstone Canyon  619-884-2280

21.  School House Inn  B&B:  1918 school in the historic residential district.  Full private baths, full breakfast, off-street parking, great views.  Themed rooms.  Children 10 & up. Wifi.  No pets. Non-smoking.  Rates $79-$169.

www.schoolhouseinnbb.com  818 Tombstone Canyon  520-432-2996

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