Hampton Inn Lake Havasu City
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Parker to Lake Havasu City - 42.8 miles
A short stage today and by the sound of it we're not the only ones who need it. Talk at breakfast is solely about which "butt" cream is the best.
There are 29 freaks on this trip - 6 women, 23 men. 14 people are only going as far as Taos (about 1200 miles). There's a great German guy, …
... place you've ever been: they only have 3 options (hamburger, cheeseburger, or double cheeseburger) and everything is incredibly fresh - they even cut the potatoes into chips front of house. After lunch we wanted to go off-roading on quads, and looked around some places which had been recommended to us, but they said they don't do off-road hire during the summer as it's too hot, so we went to the local Safeway supermarket to get some ...
... that provided excellent views over the canyon. We took lots of photos and then returned to the village for our departure. We stopped at a supermarket for lunch. Soon after we arrived at Lake Havasu, which is a man- made oasis the the middle of the desert of Arizona. In Lake Havasu we visited the London Bridge. Years ago an American decided that he wanted to buy the London Bridge from the English. He paid $2,000,000 for the bridge which ended up costing $7,000,000 to ship over ...
... city is relatively new. The community first started as an Army Air Corps rest camp during World War II and incorporated in 1978. A tourist attraction in Lake Havasu City is the "London Bridge" which crosses a 930 ft long man-made canal. It was bought for US $2.5 million from the City of London when the bridge was replaced in 1968. The bridge was disassembled, and the marked stones were shipped to Lake Havasu City ...
... are carved with ruts from quads and dune buggies. The most popular quad is the side-by-side 800 cc Ranger RZR with oversized tires, full roll cage, extra shocks, screen mesh doors, high back seats, windshield, rag top, cargo box, extra fuel tanks, ball hitch and front mount winches. About half of the people who spend their winters here have them. Our neighbors claimed that their thrill was to hunt for crash sites of WWII training planes ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility