Hampton Inn and Suites Kingman
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Rode 70 miles in beautiful weather late sun into town called Kingman. Staying on Route 66 and what a fabulous road to ride in between the mountains. Wild horses on the plains and interlocking Spurs everywhere. (Geographical term) already seen Oxbow lakes but too tired to explain what they are. Burnt my face again. I can only burn it so many times before it falls off. We are aiming to go off route a bit tomorrow and ride up to the Hoover Dam and then onto Vegas in ...
... by represented by some of the surviving motels and cafés. Mr D's is really cool, a colourful diner with 60s music playing in the background. We share a full rack of ribs that comes with soup, mash and veggies. I wash it down with a chocolate malt and we are stuffed driving home.
Its a night spent working on pics and catching up on blogs with Full House on in the background. Tomorrow we head to the Grand Canyon.
... to collect the tickets. The lady said good job as tomorrow will be busy. We also bought a few souvenirs including a "talking stick" for either Francis or Delaine, in memory of the same thing at his 60th!
It's a wee bit like stepping back in time, especially our hotel with the decor which all adds to the experience.
Will maybe write more tomorrow
See Saturday 14th entry
... Just spent the rest of the afternoon chilling by the pool Had dinner at Dambar & steakhouse as it was recommended by our receptionist, it wasn't great and Michael's well done steak was practically still mooing then an early night for us as got to be up early ...
... the buildings including the wood boardwalks and railings and they contain active businesses. On our way I took a picture of a warning sign for donkeys as it was strange since there was nothing around except an occasional home. When we got to town I found out why....they are all over the place. They have the run of the town as they are descendants of the work burros but people buy alfalfa to feed them. There was a baby laying next to one of the buildings that ...