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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to go down the 1 1/2 miles and 2 hours to return to the rim. I passed lots of hikers. Some just going a little ways and some that were doing rim to rim multiple day hikes. The trail was crowded. Passed one group of mule riders going down. Had to leave the trail to let them go by.
We had breakfast at the lodge. Visited some gift shops and left the Grand Canyon ...
... Bullhead city looked impressive and large set against the mountains. Kingman was the first town in, so we drove down Route 66 looking for our nights accommodation. Andy wanted to stay in a Best Western, being we're still in western world. There were two opposite each other, we chose the best western plus. 4pm checking in as they could accommodate us, but on the 2nd floor so we flexed our muscles to carry all our luggage up to our room. Having ...
... wild burros were not contained in any way. They wandered wherever they wanted, doing their "business" wherever they wanted. We saw about 10 burros. Crazy!
According to Desertusa.com/Oatman, The Oatman Hotel, built in 1902, is the oldest two-story adobe structure in Mojave County and has housed many miners, movie stars, politicians and other scoundrels. The town was used as the location for several movies such as How The West Was Won, Foxfire ...
... friend of gangsters and part time movie critic fella who caught dad for 30 min. " hey listen to dis. It's my buddy da mobsta's voice-mail. You can tell listen to how he talks" what?!
Me "Dad, Who was this guy?"
Dad "I am not sure, U meet a lot of neat and interesting people on the route."
Me "Right, let's keep our friending to a minimum, dad."
After meeting our new bestie, we exchanged numbers, addresses, etc and headed off to ...
... seen the badlands, which are similar on a much SMALLER scale, but the views are absolutely breath taking. Millions, maybe billions of years of water erosion by the Colorado River and unrelenting winds have carved one of nature's true visual spectacles. It is impossible to capture the true beauty photographically because the panorama is so HUGE. We both marveled at the sights, took what photos we could then moved to the next viewing platform ...