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Last night was our first night sleeping in Hotel California. It was somewhat surprisingly comfortable considering the small space. We got a little chilly towards the early morning, but not unbearably- just an excuse for morning snuggles.
We woke up at sunrise and enjoyed another great breakfast lakeside and just lounged around as we waited for the day to warm up to high 70s.
Dave asked ...
... granite surface, and its vintage lamps are made from melted down cannons from Napolean Bonaparte’s army. Brie will be happy to hear that they recently installed LED lights – 86% more environmentally efficient than previous lights. ;o) The London Bridge is now one of Arizona’s biggest attractions, along with the Grand Canyon. Go figure. You learn something new every day.
Lake Havasu is a young city, having only been incorporated ...
... right off their wall. The room I was in had this picture that I loved the colors of. So before I left, Tee hid the picture in my back seat and Beth told me about it after our lunch. I was so excited. Checked the art out and really love the art work as well as the colors. Yeah, a new piece to add to the collection. Thanks!!
What did I learn about myself -
That I truly treasure long-time friends, who know all the stories and still love me!!
... for a late night drive through the city, over London Bridge (the original London Bridge was taken apart brick-by-brick and transported to Lake Havasu where it was rebuilt in 1971) and around the coast, before going back to our rooms for an early night. We were amazed at how quiet the place was - like a ghost town. We later discovered it was so quiet because we were out of season, and visited during the week when the kids are back at school, so there are very few ...
... sprawling maze of freeways fairly effortlessly. We arrived in Needles after dark, and were thankful for the late night registration at our first KOA campground. The girls were super excited to sleep in the "Penthouse", complete with their own light, fan and electrical outlets for the ever-important charging of ipods. We all slept well, and were on the road once we brewed coffee, tea and hot chocolate on our stove, and had a cereal breakfast. Grand Canyon, here we come!