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 …
... Nevada. Should if all goes to plan cross into California for our next stop. If you don't ride a bike you won't know what it feels like to ride with a mate around 20 feet apart towards the sun with a road disappearing in the distance. It's a special feeling. I absolutely love this Harley Road King I will not enjoy my Fat Boy when I get back compared to this. Seen so many bikes today. This area is full of old classic cars and older Harley's. The weather seems ...
I'll have to say I had not experienced such heat as Vegas, as all the buildings are belching out air conditioning, so all the heat bounces off the concrete.
Then we came to the Hoover Dam.
Well this area was definitely hot hot hot, but fascinating. I'm not mechanically minded in the least but even I could marvel at the technology ...
Today we intend visiting as much as we can of the historic stuff around this Route 66 area, including the ghost town of Oatman and driving the longest existing section of Route 66 from Kingman to Seligman. But breakfast calls before all that, so it's down the road to Mr. D'z Route 66 Diner as suggested by the manager at El Trovatore. It's a typical American diner set out in chrome, blue and pink and very much car orientated. We both have ...
... sticky on it that said "do not feed, I am sick". The Oatman hotel which was not open, is where Gable & Lombard spent their honeymoon. They usually have gunfights at noon and 3 expect for Fridays then only 3 and we didn't want to wait around.
We walked around Oatman and visited the shops and looked at the buildings and then headed south on Route 66 to Lake Havasu to see the London Bridge. The landscape really changed after Oatman and it became ...