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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Info: Fair Oaks, CA to Kingman, AZ
- Gas stop (Shell) - Visalia, CA: $40.01; 214.68 miles; 3 hrs 29 mins
- Gas stop (Shell)- Barstow, CA: $36.90; 198 miles; 3 hours 33 mins
- Gas stop (Arco)- Kingman, AZ: $39.02; 209.4 miles; 3 hrs 24 mins
- Campground (KOA Flagstaff)- Kingman, AZ: $30- 1 night
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... backs with hairpin turns.....oh and did I mention NO GUARD RAILS!!! It was hair raising to say the least but well worth the drive. Aside from Nick pulling to the edge of a cliff to take a picture and nearly stopping my heart....it was an awesome experience.
With a 3 hour time difference from home, morning comes early. I've been waking up at 4:30. Tomorrow we will drive through the Mohave Desert in California and by starting early hopefully avoid the heat of the ...
... get a good photo because it shot off into the scrub when we got closer to it. So in the same day we'd seen a Coyote and now a Roadrunner... my favourite cartoon characters of all time, though the bird in the Looney Tunes cartoon actually looks nothing like the real thing! Cartoon Roadrunner is tall and slim with long neck and legs, and a real Roadrunner is low and squat with short neck and legs, some serious artistic licence at work ...
... with flat land, sand dunes and HEAT. It is unbelievable that people lived here and still do as there does not look like anything to make a living. We found out why a lot of people have Polaris RZR sand buggies as we came upon a large dune area before we got to I-40 and then again down in Lake Havasu. Arizona tags these vehicles so they are street legal.
Saw the London Bridge in Lake Havasu, which after it was re-erected they dug a canal so it ...
... of the dam and that the seven States should cooperate in the planning so as they would all benefit from the irrigation to many farmlands and that it would ensure a dependable supply of water for Southern Californian communities. Built between 1931 and 1935, the Colorado River was diverted while it was being constructed. The dam is 221 metres high and one of the highest in the world. Our half hour tour was good, taking in a short film, descending 50 stories down to see ...