Hampton Inn Lake Havasu City
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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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 …
A pale orange (apricot probably is more accurate) is painted behind the mountains on the California side of Lake Havasu. A vermillion blue is next, layered in upstrokes ranging from faint to nearly opaque. It is beautiful. There is something about the desert sky at sunset. It's big. Broad. Full of color and texture. And then there is the added quality that around sunset the temperature begins to drop from a hellish triple-digit to a mere high double.
... eye on me with all the long trips to make sure I am OK.
With these long drives, lest one of the boys knows how to keep his mouth shut (Photo of how Micah fell asleep while we were driving).
This has been a once in a life time drive. Sense no one else in the family likes Country music, I am never allowed to play it while their in the car. But because we are in the wild wild west, the only music on the radio is country. Ye Har.
... We’re loving biking here. It’s a quick ride to the bridge, the Visitor Centre (free wifi), the library (free wifi), the bike trail around the island, London Bridge Beach, Bridgewater Channel, Rotary Park, stores, etc. (Brie – that bike bag/pouch you gave me sure comes in handy.) It’s perfect biking weather, and it’s relatively flat, so not many nasty hills to climb. At Rotary Park, we happened to ride into the middle of ...
... Route 66 as long as we could, this is not as easy as you would think. There are parts of the road that are closed and you have to join interstate 40 then back on to Route 66, the signs are not very clear which is really annoying. We managed to go as far as we could, at one point we found ourselves on a dirt road, not sure we were going the right way a friendly hick farmer stopped to help us. He told us we were on Historic Route 66! Yep more historic than Route ...