Days Inn Blythe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Blythe
Adequate. Towels like sandpaper...noisy a/c (but it's cold!)...good shower.
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... were some 75 grave sites, placed within a barren area and fenced in with barbed wire. Rocks were piled on the length and width of each grave. Some had wooded markers, but most didn't have anything to identify the grave's occupant. This barren, solemn place left me with a feeling eerily different and apart from any other burial site I've visited. I felt a true reverence for those buried there.
Out of Flagstaff, had a great ride through Yarnell, Quartsize and crossed the State line into California. Overcast ride and pleasantly cool with a fantastic sweeping ride down the mountains from Yarnell - where 19 firefighters lost their lives in last year's bushfires.
At the bottom of the range it began to heat up as we approached 500 ft above ...
... year and by January and February will have close to 1000 vendors. It has a number of RV parks in town and many still have lots of spaces. We are ahead of many of the snowbirds and vendors though there are a few already setting up. It appears to be an interesting place with what little we have seen so far. We only walked a short distance from our RV park this afternoon to mostly get ...
Prescott is a small, affluent, fairly new city, about which we knew nothing, so after breakfast we decided it was time to check it out. Apparently residents of Phoenix escape to Prescott at the weekends. We drove downtown and it was incredibly busy, it was very hard to find somewhere to park. Eventually we parked up and realized that they had a really big Art and Craft Fair in Courthouse Park. It was very cool, lots of southwestern art and stuff. Of ...
... as food, water, and whatever they want. Gem enthusiasts, collectors and jewelers swarm into this area. If one comes and they are going to meet someone they better known exactly where they will be camped. There are even videos showing what the Quartzsite is like and where to go during the winter months. I was amazed how many campers were in the town as we drove through. RV camping everywhere but most stores ...