SpringHill Suites by Marriott Kingman Route 66
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSpringHill Suites by Marriott Kingman Route 66
Nice, new Springhill Suites. Well located. Comfortable room with sitting area. Guest laundry located just across the hall. Started washing but, front desk had no quarters for dryer. They didn't offer any help. Had to go elsewhere to find coins to finish wash.
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Tom got up early for a hike part way down the Bright Angel Trail. It's 9 miles down to the river but I turned around at 1 1/2 miles. It was a good choice. Going down was real easy. Just had to be careful not to go too fast. One slip and I could have been over the edge. It's a long way down. Going back up was much harder. It was getting hot and the …
I am a sucker when musicians offer their CDs at the end of the performance. It somehow seems rude to refuse, and as a result our CD collection is littered with the acoustic offerings of many and varied minstrels; there's the French pipe bands, the Scottish string quartets, the Greek bouzouki groups and the rest. All sitting there on the shelf; most …
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... having his lunch probably, We pulled in at Seligman's stagecoach motel and cafe, but the cafe was closed and there was no restroom either. So carrying along to the main part of town, the first famous stop was snow-cap cafe, put together with humour and reclaimed & recycled metals. The founder has since died but his family have kept the place running. The whole street was lined with wacky sights, the rusty bolt hole had a line of famous stars ...
... like it's going to fall. But it's made to withstand a 8.0 earthquake and it felt very sturdy. But we both had knobby knees when he walked off. That was such an adreneline rush - I would for sure do it again. They wouldn't allow you to take your cameras, so you have to trust us that we did it!
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