SpringHill Suites by Marriott Kingman Route 66
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Had to do the laundry sometime. This is also where we discovered we had been traveling Rt 66 part of the time and didn't know it.
So the plan this morning is to do the Hoover Dam, lunch in Vegas and the Grand Canyon before heading north.
As you will see the plans will change a bit.
(no pics of dirty laundry - just the hat placed on the bed with care and honor)
Ok ok, so just a few pictures isn't enough for you! Here's the tale to go along with them....
Our hot bkfst didn't go as late on week days so we snuck in about 915a for bkfst burritos and pancakes. Another clear gorgeous windy day it was in Flagstaff and we were, or at least I was, having trouble saying GOOD BYE. I really could spend a lot …
Jag ställde klockan på 9 för att vi skulle träffa A&B vid frukostbuffén kl 10. Mmm! Hotellfrukost är ju bara fantastisk! Det fanns allt från havregrynsgröt till minidounats till sushi till färsk frukt till pannkakor i alla dess former, att välja på! Fantastiskt fräscht, fint och gott. …
... the drive were on flat 2 lane roads. The other 20 minutes were on the side of a mountain, narrow twisting, s-turns, up and down the mountain. My knuckles were white the entire trip even though Nick was only driving about 20 mph. Elevation 2710.
The town of Oatman consisted of one street, wooden planked sidewalks and the usual post office, restaurant, tavern and gift shops that you would find in any western one horse town....I mean one burro ...
... south rim. We must have stopped by 7 or 8 when the 52 degree cold air of 7,000 feet combined with 25 to 30 mile per hour winds took its toll.
After leaving the park we went back to Grand Canyon Village, pulled into a McDonalds to have a sandwich and use their internet. The front door was broken and signs pointed us to an adjacent door. Just inside we stepped over, around and under about 75 young Navajo and Hopi Native American kids on ...