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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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... and healthy snacks. Probably a good way to start travelling. Although I'm going to in and out burger tomorrow if it kills me. After a fairly long drive we arrived at the Grand Canyon and our tour leader made us walk blind folded to the viewing platform, which was hilarious for all the other tourists. The big reveal was amazing. Photos cannot do this place justice. But ...
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 ...
... think we will see more of Arizona and then into New Mexico but we shall see. Still haven't researched quite enough and we don't leave here till Wednesday.
Was reading the Laughlin Bee and there was article about the government shutdown turning away 18,000 daily visitors to the Grand Canyon. Denis really wanted to go back up there but I'm fine just trying to see some new areas.
Mon, Jun 10, 2013
Departure: Flagstaff, Arizona
Arrival: Needles, California
Miles: 206 miles
Travel Time: 5 hours
When we left Flagstaff this morning, we had a plan with options. We could stop in Kingman, or we could stop in Needles, or we could go to Barstow, which would be about 350 miles. That was our initial decision: to make it to Barstow. By the time we made it past Kingman, I was getting ...
... checked it out a bit before heading back towards The Old Road. Three States in one day today!
We stopped again at Sitgreaves Pass, enjoying the views and a short walk to discover a small number of graves on the hillside. Then down the steep grades to Oatman.
Oatman - named after Olive, of course, she was released close by - was settled in the late 1800's but flourished in 1915 on gold. The hotel was built ...