Arizona Shores Resort

Address: 9388 Riverside Drive, Parker, Arizona, 85344, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 9388 Riverside Drive, Parker.
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Travel Blogs from Parker

A BEAUTIFUL getaway to Lake Havasu

A travel blog entry by bteasdale on Nov 07, 2014

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... proper.  A long day meant an early night, and we were soon off to bed. Saturday morning dawned sunny and cool.  The overnight lows were in the 60's, but it soon warmed up into the mid 80's.  The day was spent settling in, and cheering on the competitors in the Lake Havasu triathlon, who ran down the road right in front of our sites. During the day, Chris helped me install my new LED strip lights on ...

Yes Virginia, It Can Get Hotter!

A travel blog entry by robertjohncook1 on Jul 08, 2014

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... is me" look whenever he's left behind in the hotel rooms, but today we're convinced he's saying something else. We've learned that pubs are good places to escape the heat and Lake Havasu has lots to offer. Lunch with The Brewery Brothers and dinner at The Mudshark---complete with a Jimmy Buffet wannabe & singalong. Our late afternoon plans to give Jake a second swim in the lake are interrupted with the arrival of ...

Road Trip!

A travel blog entry by paablo on Apr 21, 2014

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Waking up at the crack of dawn, it was time to say farewell to Hollywood for the last time (or so I thought) and head off to downtown L.A. to rendezvous with my TrekAmerica crew at hotel Kawada to begin my week long road trip to San Francisco. I made a timely exit to check out at 6:35 and navigate my way downtown. It was refreshing to walk down Hollywood Boulevard when with the absence of scammers and tourists; only ...

Parker/London Bridge/ Lake Havasu City & SP

A travel blog entry by gsnakehill on Apr 21, 2013

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... over 3,500 acres of land that was a former Army Air Corps landing strip. Then he added another 13,000 acres. He teamed up with the Walt Disney developer C. V. Wood to creat a planned community and tourtist destination. In 1968, he purchased the London Bridge that was built in 1831 but was sinking into the Thames River. So he paid over $2,000,000 and then it took another $4,500,000 to take down and rebuild it here. A canal was ...

Camping Along the Colorado River

A travel blog entry by ggmoffatt on Feb 23, 2012

... desert dust in her fur. We actually got to see a hummingbird nesting in the tree. Koal saw her first (she's aware of the hummingbird wing sounds) and when we looked up and there she was. The nest just looked like a pinecone, very easy to miss. How cool. Would be neat to see the babies and can only imagine how tiny they would be. Monarch butterflies in the air ...

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