Hidden Palms Resort & Condominiums
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Lake Havasu City
... site (attached to a balloon, of course!), and the morning ascension. We were very excited when we finally saw the Winddancer balloon that Mom was flying in rising up above the lake! There were two or three others with her, so we got to track her rise and fall, and watch her sail across the sky! From her accounts, it was pretty fantastic and she got ...
... It came about as a result of two dams being built along the Colorado River. This was a good tour to take - short, inexpensive and extremely interesting. Too bad it turned cloudy and on the cool side. Since we both were wearing shorts and tee’s the wind on the water was a bit chilling. The sunset tonight was dramatic. There have been several incredible sunsets this week - all different from each other.
... ride and dinner at the casino were great! We ate while the sun was setting so we had a great evening view from the big windows of the restaurant. Highly recommended for a night out and at the right price. Camping at the casino would have been a good alternative also.
We were able to use the internet for free at the library or at the MacDonald's restaurant.
... but it was oh so invigorating!
We decided to take a quick drive into town and get some hotdogs and stuff to make s'mores. Then Dave gathered some dry wood and built a fire in no time by the water. It was the perfect ending to an awesome relaxing day.
If you want to know more about Lake Havasu City, here is the website which has some interesting facts. http://www.lhcaz.gov/
... In 1967, the City of London put it up for sale, and Lake Havasu City founder Robert McCulloch had the winning bid of $2.5 million. They disassembled it and numbered the granite block by block, shipped it to California, then trucked it to Lake Havasu City and reconstructed here in 1971. And there it now stands over Bridgwater Channel, which was dredged to make the natural peninsula into an island. You can still see the strafing scars from WWII on the ...