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Travel Blogs from Lake Havasu City
... up and learned she's wearing white lacy knickers ;). The lady in the deli had recommended a place where you could mix your own bath salts, perfumes, creams etc, called Sinfulicious Bodycare, where mum and I spent a small fortune on delicious-smelling products, mixed up infront of us. On our way back to the car we dropped into "Yogurt On Tap" where dad and I enjoyed some frozen yogurt, squeezed out of Mr-Whippy style machines, with various toppings such as ...
... verify Chris's car said atleast 111 degrees! Ahhhh. It was very hot, but we made it. Oiginally we were going to camp, but the owner asked if we were sure we would make it at night. We decided to rethink and are currently sitting in an air conditioned hotel room :) (thanks Stacy!) We did get to swim in the lake for a while and that definitely cooled us off! We are going to get to bed early tonight so we can fully enjoy Los Angeles. We hope you enjoy all the pics!! ...
... priest (better keep him away from David).
We see our first living creatures, burros, (like grey donkeys - look cute but apparently can kick) cross over the spectacular Parker Dam and beautiful lake with huge grasses and pedal our way to Lake Havasu City. Sounds so beautiful and when we arrive it's a complete dump. How do the Americans manage to have the most beautiful scenery and the ...
... I was the one who had to investigate. What is wrong with this picture?? I found nothing, but she was "disturbed" from her sleep several times. I found that I was able to sleep fine and got up about seven. As requested, i checked for tracks, but found only large Duffy-prints and nothing else.
We got to the Balloon Festival at about ten. There were several balloons setting up and several in the air already. They expect about sixty of ...
... and touristy businesses in ye-olde English village shops.
Overall, we don't think much of Lake Havasu City. Although it's only 40+ years old, it was built too fast by inexperienced people - some of the sidewalks are rough, the streets are crumpled and cracked. The newer districts are a lot better but this is real desert country, no flowers, no grass, no lawns, sporadic shrubbery and gravel all over - the sand blew away years ago. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed