Travel Blogs from Bullhead City
Captain's Log: Day 4 - One mile over CA Boarder - Miles traveled 292
We started the day thinking we would head to California so I could earn my sticker, then drive back to Kingman, AZ to spend 2 nights. But my sister Carla sent a link to an RV resort that was just over the California state line, Pirate's Cove ( http://piratecoveresort.com/ ). Since we had nothing special to do in Kingman tonight, we decided to give it a go. We're ...
... list check mark. Frankie had a Patty Melt and I chose the Grilled Turkey with cheese and green chili. Both were great and we celebrated by sharing a chocolate malt for dessert, served in the classic parfait goblet complete with the loaded metal container with a full second serving. This is a fun place to get an extra dose of RT 66 nostalgia. But we weren't done yet.
Since we were now only a little over 3 hours from home we had the luxury of time on ...
... only about 15km from our campground on the other side of Barstow and just couldn't get there any other way. I'm not sure of the temperature but it would've been high 30's/low 40's coz we were really hot just sitting in traffic (we have no air con - you don't need it in Canada lol). We weren't too sure how Toby would handle the heat to begin with, and then to be just crawling along the freeway as well we were a bit worried about overheating, but he was a trooper & had no ...
From Daughter – WE MADE IT TO CALIFORNIA!!!! Today we started in New Mexico and expected to spend the night in Flagstaff, Arizona with a day trip to Sedona, but due to weather conditions (cold and overcast) we decided to push straight through AZ to CA.
It was another spectacularly scenic day of driving. The pictures don't really do it justice because of the weather. Mountain driving was a new challenge, but the RV was up to it with plenty ...
Hearing that everyone back home is fed up with the rain and cold, I'm extremely happy to have spent Christmas and New Year in Arizona. Although I didn't realise that the desert doesn't stay hot all year round, it's still been dry enough to get out and about.
Commonly referred to as the Grand Canyon State, the Grand Canyon of course is the highlight. However, the state of Arizona offers a huge amount more. I recommend ...
Other places to stay in Bullhead City
2360 4th St, Bullhead City | Hotelfrom $61
1717 Highway 95, Bullhead City | 2 star hotelfrom $35
2201 Rancho Colorado Blvd, Bullhead City | Hotelfrom $72
336 Lee Street, Bullhead City | 1 star hotelfrom $59
320 Lee Ave, Bullhead City | Hotelfrom $225
1817 Arcadia Plaza, Bullhead City | 2 star hotelfrom $39