Knights Inn Kingman AZ
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Got an early start today and picked up our hire car for the next four weeks before before heading out Highway 93 towards Hoover Dam. As soon as we we got out of Vegas we were in the desert. We thought we would beat the crowds but maybe that's impossible in this country! So joining the queue with the Masses we waited patiently and soon enough the …
The day started out in Payson, AZ. While eating our hotel breakfast, a couple beside us started asking questions, like we usually get. Come to find out, they lived in McAllen, just outside of Lubbock, and were moving to Tulsa to be with their son, who is a purchasing manager at a furniture store in Tulsa. Small world.
While Wendi and I were …
... Williams and pass on Ash Fork with its castle like building & a mining town. Travelling along this Route 66 with its circle of mountains around us. It also runs alongside the rail road and is a 55 speed limit heading in to Seligman. Andy was speeding, but luckily saw in the distance a car parked up so slowed down, to discover as we passed it was the sheriff laying in wait under a tree. Having slowed down by this time, we were of no cause of concern ...
... July 4th next year perhaps? Anyone interested? Lol!
We head back to the cars and cross the bridge and find the next watering hole... not a bad spot, but service is lacking. It's called Barley Brothers... not a bad sampler platter. All fueled up its time to continue north to Kingman. Only an hour and a bit ... and we roll in.
Seems like it was ages since San Diego... but all in all ...
... was completed in 1831. As time passed, the new bridge began sinking at the rate of an inch (3 cm) every eight years, however. By 1924, the east side of the bridge was some three to four inches (102 mm) lower than the west side. The bridge had not been designed to withstand 20th century automotive traffic.
In 1967, the Common Council of the City of London began to look for potential buyers for the London Bridge. Lake Havasu City ...