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TravelPod Member ReviewsArizona Inn Kingman
Nice motel, not a bad price, and the route 66, ,mojave, museums are right there.
Can have great lightning storms here, if you're lucky
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I was up early as I knew it was going to be a hot one.
Packed the bike up, and off I went.
First stop Baker, where they conveniently put a thermometer at the side of the road so you can see just how hot you are? Today it was 91, and still only 8:30am
Then you go up between the deserts, although you definitely feel you are in …
... calls every half hour continued until we finally were told we had to backtrack 30 miles to a repairer. His name was Carl and he was fantastic, working in a 7 day Auto shop – makes you wonder why we weren’t sent there yesterday, doesn’t it. By midday this was finally done and we were off. Waiting time was filled in doing the laundry….. what fun!
We stopped in Williams, an old Route 66 highway ...
... old shops, dinners and cars on Route 66. We also had fun listening to songs about Route 66 including song from cars. Although Ben would not stop yelling about how he wanted to clime the mountains. Then he bonked when got to the Grand Canyon. Don't even get me started on how bad the hotel is there is no tv and the colors in the room are horrid. O and out the window you have a beautiful of the parking lot.but over all pretty good day you know minis all that bad ...
... having his lunch probably, We pulled in at Seligman's stagecoach motel and cafe, but the cafe was closed and there was no restroom either. So carrying along to the main part of town, the first famous stop was snow-cap cafe, put together with humour and reclaimed & recycled metals. The founder has since died but his family have kept the place running. The whole street was lined with wacky sights, the rusty bolt hole had a line of famous stars ...
... br> Finally we arrived at our home for the evening; and we are now tucked up in Kingman, Arizona. We have the 'old road' itself on one side and some scenic hills on the other. I had not heard of Kingman before, but I can't imagine why. Its tourist website describes it as “the Heart of Historic Route 66” and draws our attention to an interesting museum for the the famous strip of tarmac. More surprisingly the same site also boasts that ...