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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... Bullhead city looked impressive and large set against the mountains. Kingman was the first town in, so we drove down Route 66 looking for our nights accommodation. Andy wanted to stay in a Best Western, being we're still in western world. There were two opposite each other, we chose the best western plus. 4pm checking in as they could accommodate us, but on the 2nd floor so we flexed our muscles to carry all our luggage up to our room. Having ...
... and through others bright beams of sunlight shone spotlights on the otherwise unremarkable hills. All this, and on Route 66 too – what a treat. We enjoyed lunch at the “Road Kill Café – you kill it we grill it.” The dishes here are imaginatively labeled with suitable names such as “Varmint Victuals,” “Too slow Doe,” “Fender Tenders” and “”Rabbit on the Headlights.” All good ...
... by the interstate. However thanks to campaigning from a local business man (barber) over several years the town was eventually signposted several years after the official US66 was declassified. There are several establishments to visit in the small town including the barber’s shop and the famous Snow Cone Café. The town was one of several along the route used as ...
... also fondly known as the" Big Boy ", for those who have extra time to say things. Editor's note: Newt informed me that is not a Big Boy. I should not be spreading such untrain knowledge.
We finished our Kingman experience with a bite to eat at Mr D's Diner. Just remember it's not a restaurant if it doesn't have a gift shop.
We had good eats but the highlight was the recently horribly divorced, under employed, share to much, corner my dad in ...
... radio (or cell phone). No thanks! But hats off to them for making the journey!!
One stop we did make was in Saligman where 66 was Main Street and the town has a deep history in thriving when the Route was in its heyday and working even harder to survive and prosper after it's demise. This is where 2 brothers worked to bring in the tourists and then started the AZ chapter of the Route 66 Assoc. Sno Cap cafe was the IC stop ...