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... that has been carefully preserved through the historic down town district. Kingman is one of the towns that was founded and grew with the railroad industry and then the RT 66 road that followed. The railroad had to turn south to get around the mountainous Oatman stretch. My friend and fellow TripAdvisor poster Hans, aka Tet14, has been telling me for years that I should stop for a meal at MrD's Diner in Kingman. So tonight we finally got there. Call it a ...
... mean it was refreshing but I couldn't stay in for more than 5mins because I got cold and had to get out. Most times on a hot day when you jump in a pool to cool off the water is lukewarm and not even really refreshing so I don't know how they kept it cold, but it was good. We kept jumping in to cool off, then laying in the sun to get hot before hopping in again... Our campground is literally in the middle of nowhere off the side of the freeway so it's nice and quiet, I really like ...
... on the Mohave desert, to enjoy the views, but take plenty of water to avoid dehydration and watch out for critters.
America is renowned for having very little history, but I've seen numerous museums scattered throughout this area which are a good place to start, particularly if you want to learn about the numerous Indian tribes.
Bullhead City is a great location to base yourself for the surrounding ...
... The next day we went to the Golden Nugget for lunch at Joe's Crab Shack. It was yummy, and was a nice finale after cutting our trip short.
Surprisingly, Ross was quite impressed with my driving our 36-foot RV while towing our Jeep. The only problem was he kept counting the times my right tires went ...
... The Mojave Road was a network of paths used by the Mojave Indians to reach the Pacific coast from their homes along the Colorado River. The route became a military wagon road when Fort Mojave was established on the Colorado, and remained a major link between Los Angeles and points east until the railway was completed across the desert in 1883.
We continued on our way through the Mojave, finally picking up part of Route 66 again, before returning to ...
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