Best Western Parker Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... remained present.
I was met by my road trip crew in the hotel lobby, which to my surprise had a skewed gender mix. Other than the tour guide, there was only one other male who would be joining us on the trip. This was unexpected given the nature of the journey (4 nights of camping, 2 nights in Vegas). We were given a short briefing from our tour guide Ben and packed up our belongings and jumped in ...
... gummy bears, and M&Ms. Continuing on our way to lake Havasu we followed incredibly straight roads through barren desert, between enormous mountain ranges. The roads stretch on in completely straight lines as far as the eye can see. At one point we passed a palm tree farm where thousands of little baby palm trees were growing in long lines. Some way along the hundreds of miles of desert we encountered a tall post, similar to a telegraph post, ...
... priest (better keep him away from David).
We see our first living creatures, burros, (like grey donkeys - look cute but apparently can kick) cross over the spectacular Parker Dam and beautiful lake with huge grasses and pedal our way to Lake Havasu City. Sounds so beautiful and when we arrive it's a complete dump. How do the Americans manage to have the most beautiful scenery and the ...
... place, right time!!!.
Also looked at some real estate while here….just to see what’s in the area. One place we looked at was just like the canals of Venice. Little canals built from the Colorado River, houses on both sides, places to boat & kayak, an amazing piece of landscaping. Something about water that the Mofatt’s are in love ...
We pulled into the campground about three o'clock on Tuesday. The trip from Las Vegas was un-eventful, except for several miles of bad road on US95 and I-40. When we hit the Arizona line, things on the road improved much.
The campground is truly beautiful. Our sites are located just next to beach and are large. Our friend, Pete, arrived from California about an hour after we did. He drives a thirty-eight luxury rig in which he lives ...