Pioneer Hotel & Gambling Hall
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
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YES...we made it! I hope not to bore you with some of my posts here. I will just put down the basics...we will enjoy our extended stay...it's been a long trip across the country!I took a picture of what we thought was perhaps a fire in the mountains north of Flagstaff, AZ. My sister said she had not heard of any...sure looked like a decent sized …
This morning we went to book another night here but the price had gone up as it was Friday night. We should have realised at weekends the prices do go up. Because last night was so cheap spending another night here, still kept us in budget! We caught the river taxi to Riverside which is another resort further along and had a lovely buffet breakfast. We then caught a river boat to the Davis dam. The trip lasted over an hour, including a ...
... time soon either (heat warning across Arizona, Vegas 27 LOW overnight). It looks like we will get to experience death valley in all it's glory. [I am both looking forward to and dreading it. Allen will have to hear me complain about how hot it is - just as much as he will to me in return even if he denies doing it haha!]
Our hotel here in Laughlin looks awesome, a paddleboat in the middle of the city and we found a ridiculously good diner ...
... br> called Oatman. The burros rule the town,
walking up the middle of the street and up on the wooden boardwalks. We watched a “gunfight” out on the street,
then had lunch at the Oatman Hotel. The
walls and ceilings are covered with dollar bills that people have signed and
stapled up. I’d like to have cleaned the
walls, estimated at $90,000 to $100,000.
Better earnings than the casino!
... we were both shocked that there was no railing and people were just walking right up to it - kids included!
Next - the SKYWALK. Beth and I are both afraid of heights so this was a huge thing for us. As you can see from the pictures, it projects over the edge of the canyon. It DOES have railings but the floor is GLASS - you can see STRAIGHT DOWN. It's funny how everyone slides across and walks ...