Homewood Suites Yuma

Address: 1955 East 16th Street, Yuma, Arizona, 85365, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1955 East 16th Street, Yuma, is near Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park, Yuma Golf & Country Club, Cibola National Wildlife Refuge, and Yuma Art Center.
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      As Far South As We Go (This Time)

      A travel blog entry by daniel.scott on Feb 05, 2015

      70 photos

      ... this would be a good day to go cycling so packed up a lunch and set out with the cycling map we picked up at the Quarter Masters Depot. We followed the road until it reached the dykes along the canals of Yuma. These run throughout the town so you can cycle off street for miles. The dykes turned out to be pretty muddy in some parts from the rain and stuck to and built up on the tires. We found a paved bike path that led us to the Colorado River and along its banks. We stopped for lunch ...

      Becoming Yuman Beings in a Winter Wanderland

      A travel blog entry by cjcarter27 on Dec 15, 2014

      2 comments, 116 photos

      ... team that is notified through a CB radio network. You are instructed to find the closest neighbor to you who has a CB radio and go to them to report an emergency. There are no electric or water hook-ups here and ALL of these campers are fully decked out with solar power. I mean to tell you...these people got this down. They do not go without - digital TVs, computers, even Christmas lights, all the modern conveniences - all run on solar. Lots of big rigs, but a good share ...

      Law and Order

      A travel blog entry by knightc on Nov 18, 2014

      12 photos

      ... referred to it as the Country Club on the Colorado. At a time when most people didn't have it, the prisoners had indoor plumbing and other "luxuries". However, on the other side of the prison walls it was known as a hell hole.

      The cells were about 10' x 8' and held six prisoners each. There were two metal bunks, one ...

      January, February, March: busy

      A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen on Mar 18, 2014

      2 comments, 32 photos

      ... have grown every week and the semifinals had over 600 people attending. The finale had close to 900 people in attendance.

      The same night as our first hike we went to a dinner and dance that had a Mobster theme; Karen and I dressed for the 1920s as did everyone else. There were some great costumes. Every month there's a dinner and dance. Every other Saturday there's a burger bash with food and music. Then there are other scheduled ...

      Early February Events

      A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Feb 01, 2014

      1 comment, 45 photos

      ... beginning of humanity, then they have a history of Arizona and California, then all the wars of the US. One on France (he is a frenchman), one on Italy and Rome and that whole history; the class of 1947 Princeton Graduates; the entire list of those lost in the Korean War; and it goes on and on - aviation, animals, fossils - you just can't imagine this place. Strange, but amazing and wonderful at the same time.