Knights Inn Lake Havasu City
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Knights Inn Lake Havasu City
Travel Blogs from Lake Havasu City
... because it could no longer withstand modern modes of transportation. So, in 1968, he bought the bridge for $2.4 million. The bridge was dismantled, granite brick by granite brick--each numbered meticulously, so that when the blocks were shipped to the United States, the bridge could be re-assembled like a jigsaw puzzle. In 1971 ...
... only last
about 1 hour total with intermission while the next company gets set up. So you
only get about 3 or 4 actual shows but they are spectacular. We saw some new
form, colors and sounds both in the air and on the ground. Wow.
We discovered some hikes at S.A.R.A. Park and decided to
take one. Since we love slot canyons we decided on the yellow trail where Sara’s Crack (what a name) is part of the trail. It was ...
I did not take proper notes on Saturday night.
Open Shooting before public display
These pictures were from the memorial show BEFORE the proposal to Emerald.
This bridge was made famous with the nursery-rhyme. (You know… "London Bridges falling down, falling down…") It was built in London in 1831. The bridge was plagued with constant repairs. So, in 1968 Robert McCulloch, the founder of Lake Havasu City, purchased the bridge from London for approximately ...
... the fire enjoying a wonderfully cool evening. Sunday means football, and after saying goodbye to Debbie we were off to a local restaurant (the Jersey Grill) for breakfast and to catch the Lions game. After breakfast, we headed across the street to Mad Dog's Sports Bar, where we watched the second half of the Lions game and the Broncos/Raiders game. After both our teams were victorious, ...