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... sink didn't work and I tried everything I could think of. So when we got here to Havasu City, I was determined to get it replaced, fixed, or whatever. A mobil RV repair guy cruised by so I waved him down, and he looked at it for about 10 seconds, removed the end-of-faucet filter/screen that was all clogged and it worked fine. How embarrassing is that? I'm sure he got in his truck and said, "idiots". Anyway that was $10 instead of ...
... let us pass. We arrived at Laughlin hot and tired and then queued for ages twice to check in as we went to the check in desk with the sign above that said check in but that was not the check in desk. One of the drawbacks to the $18 a night was $10 a night for wifi so no wifi for ...
... br style="font-family: UICTFontTextStyleBody; font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">Lake Havasu is 56km long with the city of Lake Havasu on the east shore in Arizona, where we are & on the west side of the Lake is California. There's a passenger ferry over to a Casino in California - we can't help wonder how many dollars are exiting this town everyday!! Lake Havasu has an interesting history - it's ...
... were each numbered before the bridge was disassembled. The blocks were shipped to Long Beach, California and then trucked to Lake Havasu City. They built a reinforced concrete structure on land and each of the numbered granite blocks were added to the concrete exterior. After the bridge was reconstructed, the Bridgewater Channel Canal was dredged under the bridge and flooded. The bridge was officially dedicated at a ceremony on October 10, 1971. The ...
... we managed). No wonder the locals like this place.
December 11 Yesterday we reserved space on a boat tour along Lake Havasu and into Copper Canyon which had once been the site of an early copper mine. The captain narrated the history of the area as we went along. Lake Havasu is a very young city – having only been developed in the 1950’s. Until the 1930’s there wasn’t even a ...