Arizona Inn

Address: 411 West Beale Street, Kingman, Arizona, 86401, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 411 West Beale Street, Kingman.
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      Adventure In Arizona

      A travel blog entry by movinalong on Jul 01, 2014

      2 comments, 20 photos

      ... backs with hairpin turns.....oh and did I mention NO GUARD RAILS!!! It was hair raising to say the least but well worth the drive. Aside from Nick pulling to the edge of a cliff to take a picture and nearly stopping my heart....it was an awesome experience.

      With a 3 hour time difference from home, morning comes early. I've been waking up at 4:30. Tomorrow we will drive through the Mohave Desert in California and by starting early hopefully avoid the heat of the ...

      We Are Route 66

      A travel blog entry by nista on Jun 21, 2014

      7 photos

      Kingman, the home of the Andy Devine and "the official Route 66 museum" (seems that we have heard that before)...however, this official museum charged to get in (the others relied on free admission and great gift shops). It was a really neat museum with exhibits on the Grapes of Wrath and the pre 1950s history of the route. It helped to make the dust bowl struggles more vivid.

      After that, it was a picture with a really BIG train engine, an ATSF for those in the ...

      Today we explore the historic Route 66 area

      A travel blog entry by oztrekkers on Jun 03, 2014

      86 photos

      ... Apparently the town died overnight when Interstate 40 replaced Route 66 on Sept. 22, 1978 as they didn't put in a slip way for it, so there was no longer any passing trade. However one man, Angel Delgadillo (and his wife Vilma), kept it all going from his famous barber/gift shop by being one of the driving forces in founding The Historic Route 66 Association of Arizona in 1987, and has now been dubbed the "Guardian Angel" of U.S. Route ...

      Route 66

      A travel blog entry by psandefur on Apr 30, 2014

      3 comments, 57 photos

      ... sticky on it that said "do not feed, I am sick". The Oatman hotel which was not open, is where Gable & Lombard spent their honeymoon. They usually have gunfights at noon and 3 expect for Fridays then only 3 and we didn't want to wait around.

      We walked around Oatman and visited the shops and looked at the buildings and then headed south on Route 66 to Lake Havasu to see the London Bridge. The landscape really changed after Oatman and it became ...

      The wild west

      A travel blog entry by jennigeoff on Apr 09, 2014

      16 photos

      ... road. The veins ran dry on 1942 and the miners left their burros behind, to this day they still roam the town begging for food. An unapologetic Wild West tourist trap, they stage gunfights daily and have wonderful little establishments such as Fast Fanny's. The burros followed us around but we didn't buy the food on offer to feed them. It was an amazing little town but unfortunately we had to make our way back down that awful road.

      Kingman was a sizeable town ...

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