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Nous avons expérimenté tous les excès à death valley : des paysages lunai res mélange de sable, dunes, montagnes, sel..., des températures difficilement supportables et un hôtel un peu limite.
Nous quittons Las Vegas tranquillement le cœur lourd pour Françoise direction la vallée de la mort.
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We were very lucky with our car. They must have needed a car taking back to San Francisco as when we booked in as they upgraded us quite a few notches from the Ford Focus we were expecting. We ended up with a Buick LaCrosse, a behemoth of a car and as luxurious as a BMW. The boot accommodated all of our bags with ease, you could fit an infant in …
Death Valley holds the record for the hottest temperature recorded in the USA, 57C or 134F. It is the largest National Park at 5000sq miles and at it's lowest point, Badwater, is 282 feet below sea level, second lowest place in the world after the Dead Sea.
From the minute you enter Death Valley the desolation hits you, there is just nothing out there. We entered from the South over the mountains from Las Vegas and steadily descended to the Valley floor ...
We left the train last night and travelled back across the countryside to a town on Route 66 called Kingman. We stayed overnight at. Best Western which is great because they have a pool and spa - really appreciated by our hiking boys! Ruthy loved the big easy laundry. Breakfast buffet then our first experience of WalMart. Reminds me of the Big C in Thailand. EVERYTHING in ...
The next part was always going to be a bit gruelling - our longest drive of the two months. We stopped in Seligman briefly (another old Route 66 town, but this one was a blink and you miss it place) and ate at The Roadkill Cafe which was fun but not much to eat bar deep fried chicken and pecan pie. Their motto is "you kill it, we cook it" - you get the picture!
Finally, we hit Lake Havasu after what seemed like a whole day driving. It was a welcome sight. Quite a barren and ...
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