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Travel Blogs from Bullhead City
... for coffee at Seigman which is obviously a tourist attraction with many gift shops promoting the 'route 66' We continued travelling this very scenic route often travelling alongside the railway line. We then stopped at Kingman after about 130 miles which is another historic town. We were advised by the guy in the tourist office to stay at this very quirky motel which dates back to 1937. The ...
... We are staying in Kingman, Arizona for the night. We found a great local place for wings and a treat - Pit Stop Wingz is a definite must stop if anyone visits this area! We found it on TripAdvisor and it got good reviews but I admit we almost turned around when we saw it was located in a gas station - but we are so happy we didn't! The food was great and the people were lovely! They asked all about our trip and ...
some kind of dinner to throw together. There was a Kmart there and we
hadn't been to one yet so checked it out for an hour. In 2004, I
picked up a whole lot of Disney outfits for $2 so was keen to see if
there were bargains to be had. Not yet but I will keep my eyes open
for bargains. We did pick up a few things that Walmart hadn't stocked
so we're glad to now have a little extra foldable camping stool so
all 5 of us can eat at the table without squashing up on ...
... 05:30 start? Well that was to witness sunrise from inside the Canyon. We hiked a short distance down below the rim prior to sunrise (slightly further for the male half of the party) and witnessed a million different views as the light changed during the first hours of the day. Enough; we probably covered the whole Grand Canyon thing yesterday. However, I should just congratulate Sylvia for overcoming her greatest fear to join us on the walk. Most of ...
... Central Utah and heading towards Arizona. This region is home to more geological wonders than any region in the world. The climate has so many combined forces of wind, water and ice it has carved a breathtaking landscape to create so many different shaped rock formations they look so strange in some places. We even stopped and took photos at one look out where the rocks looked like salt and pepper shakers. Utah and Bryce Canyon is also home ...
Other places to stay in Bullhead City
1126 Highway 95, Bullhead City | Hotelfrom $61
1717 Highway 95, Bullhead City | 2 star hotelfrom $35
2201 Rancho Colorado Blvd, Bullhead City | Hotelfrom $72
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