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Travel Blogs from Bullhead City
... driving). What's amazing is that scattered throughout the landscape were people's homes. It's pretty cool to be able to see an entire town spread out for miles upon miles, all from one vantage point.
The highlight of the day was our voyage through Oatman Arizona. Still on route 66, we weaved our way through canyons and up and down mountains on one of the coolest roads I've ever seen. I could have stopped every minute ...
... an irrational fear of something; maybe spiders, driving, mice or loss of lub oil pressure (for any submariners reading). Strangely it’s anything to do with Wallace and Grommit for daughter Mary-Ann – that Fulton family eccentricity showing again! However, for Sylvia it’s heights, and for an acrophobiac the Grand Canyon is the stuff of nightmares. So well done for fighting through the fear, Sylvia, I hope it was worth it.
... visited the State Capital building. It was so huge and the dome ceiling was higher than 8 stories high. It had a great display of all the movies filmed in Utah such as Forest Gump, Back to the Future, The Sandlot Kids, Thelma and Louise, Independence Day to name just a few. We even saw the shoes Forest Gump ran in across the country in the movie. We all got back on the bus and headed towards Bryce Canyon. Bryce Canyon is in the Central ...
... London in 1598 counted over 30 heads on the bridge. The practice was finally stopped in 1660, following the Restoration of King Charles II.
Reconstruction of the London Bridge in Lake Havasu City, 1970.
By the end of the 18th century, it was apparent that the old London Bridge needed to be replaced. It was narrow and decrepit, and blocked river traffic. Designed in 1799 by Scottish engineer John Rennie, the new ...
... into California, we didn’t see a Welcome to California sign. Leaving California, we didn’t see a Leaving California sign. Today, we saw the Arizona state line and the welcome sign.
I packed our lunch, so it was on the road again, as Willie Nelson would say. We had dinner at the Hualapai Resort Restaurant about 12 miles up the mountain from Kingman. Sunset was at 6:14pm, and our reservation was at 7pm, so ...
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2360 4th St, Bullhead City | Hotelfrom $61
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336 Lee Street, Bullhead City | 1 star hotelfrom $59
320 Lee Ave, Bullhead City | Hotelfrom $225
1817 Arcadia Plaza, Bullhead City | 2 star hotelfrom $39