BEST WESTERN Sahara
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... with a couple of Smirnoff's Raspberry Ice and watch the evening activity on the river, very relaxing. River Breeze RV Resort is a real gem in the desert!
Now, Ehrenberg, Arizona...that is a whole different animal. After almost five months and 2862 miles, we've traveled through some of God's most beautiful and awe inspiring country and have reached our "turn around" point. On the 15th of ...
- We woke up bright and early to leave the RV park by 6:30 AM.
- Made friends with the ladies in the main office of the RV resort and they gave us some coffee from their Keurig.
- Enjoyed our coffee on the road with some of the Belvita bars we packed.
- Took us 4.5 hours to drive 229 miles to ...
... to go to La Posta but it was closed-- not a real surprise there as it didn't much make sense to have one casino about a mile and a half from the other in what is pretty much the middle of nowhere. Amazing view of the valley though from La Posta ... maybe a small brush fire burning down from Golden Acorn towards Campo.
After exit to Desert View Center (didn't visit this time as we just did so two years ago when we went ...
... and spitting on the ground. About 8 of us had signed up for the horse trek, so Rusty and grandson (his who is 38, and is also a grandfather!) geared up the horses while Betty tried to decide which horse would suit us all best. It was as if she was making a lifelong decision for us, and changed her mind about ten times, then Rusty and her had an argument about it. We eventually got on the trail. Dan was paired up with 'Colorado' while I was on 'Boomer'. The ...
... standard houses – lovely. It’s called Jerome. The road continued ...