Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Kingman
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Our time on the coast is done, and it's time to head inland and to the heat of the desert. We are off to a town called Kingman, which is just north of Lake Havasu. Why not stay in Lake Havasu you say? .. well, two reasons really, one the cost ... it's cheaper in Kingman and two, they have the Route 66 museum.
With the cars all packed and a …
... Ummm it was kinda like that but completely made up for the tourists. I still enjoyed the old signage around the town and there are burros walking around town every where. "Town" is really a Main Street for the tourists. There are saloons, ice cream shops, souvenir stores, places you can buy burro food to feed the wandering burros, photography stores. There is even a staged showdown at midday every day but we got ...
... do not do it justice, and you cannot tell just how drastic the drop off is when you are inches away with no railing! Before going on the skywalk, you can view over the edge - see in the pics, there is NO RAILING and the drop off is 4,000 feet. People were getting SO close, one slip and it takes 12 seconds to hit the bottom... ugh, don't think about that too long. I can't stress enough how close you get to ...
THE LONDON BRIDGE
The bridge's storied past includes previous structures that spanned the same section of the Thames River before the current bridge was built. The old London Bridge of nursery-rhyme fame was built by Peter of Colechurch between 1176 and 1209, replacing an earlier timber bridge. Due to uneven construction, the bridge required frequent repair. The bridge survived more than 600 years.
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... the canyon. It really made the experience so intimate and special. It’s remarkable as the park is pretty full but I suspect with the cooler weather people are shying away from the harder hikes.
After a beautiful albeit challenging ascent up the trail we took the shuttle bus back to the village. The boys took their completed Junior Paleontologist books to the visitor center and were awarded their next badge. ...