Travel Blogs from Bullhead City
... was open, so just pulled our horses up and had some coffee... Plan cut across to Needles, take a bit of the I40 then cut off onto Route 66 again.... Essex.... Amboy and onto 29 Palms where we had pre booked a trendy boutique hotel for the night.... Good plan..... Despite the condition this part of Route 66 is fun to ...
... I saw the lake.
The next day we walked down to the bridge (1.5 miles from
our home) that crosses over the Colorado River and walked around Laughlin’s
casino strip. Yip we walked from Arizona to Nevada. ;) It is no way as grand as Las Vegas but it was
Monday, Faye and Jim (cousins) took us to see the burros
that freely wonder down the streets of Oatman AZ. We ...
... br> Back in the car we moved on through town past bus loads of tourists and lines of motorcycles and rented Mustang convertibles, out onto I-40 and the last leg to Sedona. As we began the climb up Ashfork Hill, about 75 miles from home, a few raindrops appeared on the windshield. A mile or so later my automatic windshield wipers engaged. 47 days, 7,950 miles and this was the first time the window was wet enough to require wiping. The rain continued off and on ...
... we're staying and into Fort Mohave to grab some stuff from Target and then were back and checked in just after lunch. The RV park is part of Avi Casino which is just inside Nevada in the "tri-state" area where the California, Nevada & Arizona borders all meet. It's pretty much on its own in the middle of nowhere! It's super hot here but besides the casino gambling there's a pool, food court, cinema, bingo hall & coffee shop to keep us occupied. Plus the casino is set on the ...
... spectacular. Exactly like you see in the movies, and a little bit intimidating. Anyway, as we move along this road, the temp starts to increase. We pass through a dry lake on the edge of the largest US naval air practice ground (didn't see any planes) and turn right onto ...... route 66! Within a 100 yards we came across Rays Cafe. This is quinticential 1950's Rt 66 stuff. It was opened in the forties and went into some ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Vista Bullhead City
Other places to stay in Bullhead City
2360 4th St, Bullhead City | Hotelfrom $61
1717 Highway 95, Bullhead City | 2 star hotelfrom $35
2201 Rancho Colorado Blvd, Bullhead City | Hotelfrom $72
336 Lee Street, Bullhead City | 1 star hotelfrom $59
320 Lee Ave, Bullhead City | Hotelfrom $225