Hampton Inn Lake Havasu City
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It was a sad day today leaving Vegas, we had started to really love this city and are already planning our return trip next year. Well we must continue our journey to see what else america can bring.
We headed back out on the open road to somewhere where we were only stopping over for one night - Lake Havasu City. I had already looked on …
... to the low 40’s (about 5 C) at night), and the first sit-down on that cold toilet seat is, literally, an
eye opener. ;oP
We’ve made friends with Roger & Margaret, our camping neighbours from Lethbridge. They’re
retired farmers who are experienced Arizona RVers, so have lots of tips and information to share with us. Margaret lent me her very organized accordion folder with a section for each state park
Day 216 - Well, somehow the calendar is reading DECEMBER? When did that happen? We are in Lake Havasu City just a short distance from the Colorado River. The weather has been perfect lately, mid 70's, no humidity, and more importantly no rain!
Claudia and I took a 4 mile walk along a trail in the Lake Havasu State Park. It winds its way along the water and up and down a few hills on a well groomed sandy (and a bit bumpy with small rocks) ...
... Bear Café and talked a while afterward. We toured their resort facilities and were amazed by the large ballroom. It made us want to move there, a little.
Tomorrow we travel to Las Vegas without our trailer to visit Isabel and her family. Isabel is the hostess at Toby Keith’s Restaurant in Harrah’s and the long-distance friend of Dan, Darlene’s youngest son. I’ll tell you all about that in our next ...
... what you order. Wayne got half pork rib and it was Flintstone size! Oh my god. I just had beer and wine in the cool air conditioning and I was happy. We then walked slowly around the area taking in the sights and then back to our room to keep cool. Overall impression of Lake Hasavu just plain weird and certainly not worth a 4hr drive from LA for the weekend but hey I am not an American. However Route 66 in Arizona's the best and I even have a certificate to prove ...