Fender's River Road Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... next to us and went in the correct room. Anyway, we went to sleep and got up at 7:00 in the morning and departed Albuquerque at 8:00. We made great time and at about 10:30 stopped to get gas and some food in Gallup NM. We went to this supermarket and got some Ritz Crackers chips and some Mexican juice. We then set out for the goal of stopping in Seligman Arizona (about 4 hours away) for a ...
... bridge in the US sitting almost 900 feet above the Colorado River. It was also amazing to see just how low the level of the water behind the dam was highlighting how much of a drought there has been in this part of the world. I headed back down the road to Kingman where I stopped off at their a Route 66 Museum which has some great exhibits and a library of photographs collected by the Route 66 Association of Arizona. I left Kingman and prepared to drive the last section ...
... Street, which has the largest LED screen in the world. The city was far more unique a place than any we had ever been and we both adored it. We headed then about another 200 miles East, towards the Grand Canyon, and into Arizona. We stopped just outside Vegas at the Lake Mead reservoir, where the Colorado River pools behind the impressive Hoover Dam, which, completed in 1935, annually generates around 4 billion kilowatts of electricity for Arizona and Nevada and water for millions ...
Diane and I went to Oatman, Arizona for lunch and to see the burros who come down from the surrounding hills. I missed them in February when I was here.
We pulled into town and the burros were marching down Main Street (which I think is the ONLY street).
We bought some food for them and I got swarmed! Story of ...
... to the Santa Monica pier and coming back out again all in one day...oh how naive we were. Before we got to the outskirts of LA, we stopped at a bottle tree ranch (bottles put on stands to look like trees) and the California Route 66 Museum in Victorville, which was closed on Tuesdays (just our luck)! Getting closer and closer to LA meant we got into denser and denser traffic. It just seemed like drivers went at any speed they wanted and do whatever they ...