Tri State Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... muddy Colorado river with its tinges of greenery running alongside it. Having taking in the full beauty of the big picture, we headed back down the winding staircase. Me & Andy got separated by a large party of doddering geriatrics on a bus tour, creaking and using the hand rails as their stair lift slowly up the steps. I had to wait some time for them to pass by before I could even carry on to meet Andy at the bottom, standing outside the ...
... bridge.... no sorry, don't have time to explain.. but Google it and you will see.
OK, back to the trip... we decide to stop in Lake Havasu for a bit.. I mean we have to see the bridge and drive across it. After finding a place to park we head down to the water front and find a place for a beverage. Margarita time. It easy to see from the place we drink at that this town on a long weekend would ...
... and we were taunted by the workers but came out with ice cream cones, snow cones, and malts.
At Ash Fork we took off to the north where Route 66 would take us the rest of the way thru AZ. Snax on the road "nourished" us past the other small towns until we hit Grand Canyon Caverns which are actually just south of the western most point of the Canyon. We bought 5 tour tkts and descended over 200' below ground to ...
... south rim. We must have stopped by 7 or 8 when the 52 degree cold air of 7,000 feet combined with 25 to 30 mile per hour winds took its toll.
After leaving the park we went back to Grand Canyon Village, pulled into a McDonalds to have a sandwich and use their internet. The front door was broken and signs pointed us to an adjacent door. Just inside we stepped over, around and under about 75 young Navajo and Hopi Native American kids on ...
... Mexico tomorrow afternoon.
We pulled into Vegas at about 7:00 p.m and arrived into Kingman around 9:30. While the drive from Reno (in the late afternoon) was great and very picturesque, the roads are as straight as an arrow and you can virtually see oncoming cars (headlights are mandatory during the days) about 35 to 40 miles away in the distance.
I've calculated that there are approximately ...