Hampton Inn and Suites Kingman
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... gets us and we are thankful for the air conditioning in the diner.
We head out to Oatman next. As we drive, we pass by a gas station selling at 3.51 per gallon so we make a u turn and fill up. This is the cheapest we have seen so far and need to make sure we are full since we will be doing some desert driving according to the Route 66 map.
Oatman was suppose to be a ghost town set in a wild Wild ...
... various spots. The total cost for 3 lookouts and including the Skywalk was around $70 each - but I wouldn't hesitate to do it again! We didn't get off on the first stop, it really wasn't a lookout but a 'dude ranch' where you could watch a shoot out and your kids could ride horses. We were too anxious to get to the Skywalk.
Second stop was the lip of the west realm and the Skywalk! Let me say that ...
... we think was Lookout Point. There we had our lunch, and enjoyed glorious views of the canyon and could even hear the Hermit Creek roaring below us. I estimate we descended well over 2,000 feet and covered about 6 miles round trip.
Remarkably during our entire hike from 10:15 to about 4:15 over the course of those 6 hours we saw 9 people total. This meant that for the vast majority of the time we were completely ...
... such good care of the renters and us. After lunch in Carmel, we visited the Carmel Mission more formally known as The Basilica of Mission San Carlos Borromeo del Rio Carmel. It was established originally in Monterey in 1770 by Fr. Junipero Serra. When they realized that the ground was not as fertile as desired and that the location next to the military presidio provided temptation to his parishioners, Fr. Serra moved the mission ...
... s time to chill out as we head towards LA, dropping the bikes back for shipping on Thursday and the end of the trip, on Tuesday.
We bought some goodies to have around the pool, at the hotel or motel we check into - couldn't find a good cheese and was told by the man in the deli that the Americans did not like Brie etc as they had to cut it, so, it is now produced as a log and when cut, will for most crackers, perfectly. Now, come on - how is that for ...
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