Tri State Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Kingman
... the few minutes I was driving today, Barbara called the tour company to get reservations. She found that their prices have gone up quite a bit, and we decided that it really wasn’t worth it. So we’re skipping Paso Robles this trip, and we expect to be home on Friday the 28th, instead of Sunday the 30th. We’ll save a few dollars and get to sleep in our real bed that much sooner. ...
... Kingman was pleasant and quite pretty. Kingman, AZ is my kind of town - dog friendly. They have several nice hotels that accept doggios, and they even let me come in to visit to Route 66 Museum, which was very interesting.
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On to Bakersfield, CA tomorrow.
Smell Ya Later,
... of hundred Kms, passing many deserted settlements that the guide books describe as "treasures", but once again that was a vast untruth! There's not much treasure in these places I can assure you! Got to Kingman around mid afternoon and stopped at the local information centre which also houses a very informative museum on Route 66! It was based on the story of how the route became famous - not all ...
... 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 ...
... past a sign which said 'Beware of snakes'. On the way, the Indian in the back with us told us all about the snakes - the most dangerous being the Mohave Greens, which apparently live under the cabins where the tourists stay. He told us how in the evening they (the snakes) come out and like on whatever tarmac is around to keep warm and are sometimes around first thing in the morning ...