Knights Inn Kingman AZ
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Kingman
... in the original hotel and saw real old stage coaches. It was only meant to be a short visit but we were there the whole day.But we finally decided to get in the car and go to Kingman for the night.when we arrived in Kingman it was 11 o'clock at night.Tomorrow we are going to Grand Canyon Village to have a look at the amazing ...
... and RVs, wonder if they have water or if they have wells, I have seen signs that say 'need water?' with a phone number so maybe they deliver tankers of water like Spain years ago. We get to Route 66 and Kingman who's claim to fame is that Clark Gable married Carole Lombard in 1939 here and also honeymooned in the hotel that's still here. Well we stop for a beer and play several games of pool, I think I'm actually getting a bit ...
... hotel and room. We shuffled off to the Powerhouse Route 66 Museum where we got in free to enjoy its displays for the last 30 minutes of operation that day. After an unpack and freshen up we took up a recommendation to the steakhouse we enjoyed a full meal of steaks, salmon, ribs and a veggie burger (can you guess who ate what??). I'll give you a hint.....the kids have been teasing me all along of eating salad on everything I ...
Woke up at 06:00 for our 06:40 pickup which took us to the Hard Rock Hotel to join all the other coach tours and set off to the Hoover Dam where we stopped for photo opportunity. Not as spectacular as we expected but the DVD on the coach was interesting. Next DVD was Independence Day as some of it was filmed in Kingman Arizona! Where we stopped for a break. Met a couple on the coach ...
We went back to camp after this and made dinner. Dinner was macaroni with seasoned beef and cheese, the left over potato and onion tortilla and the kale. As a special treat we baked chocolate chip cookies in the camper oven!
Tomorrow we’re looking forward to doing a much bigger hike down the Kaibab trail which is supposed to have even better views than the Bright Angel trail. Looking forward to ...