River Queen Resort Motel

Address: Seventh & Long Street, Bullhead City, Arizona, 86430, United States | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Seventh & Long Street, Bullhead City, is near Colorado River, Harrah's Laughlin, Golden Nugget Casino Laughlin, and Colorado Belle Casino.
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Travel Blogs from Bullhead City

It's OK - we're with the band!

A travel blog entry by dc2sanfran2014 on Sep 20, 2014

4 comments, 9 photos

... 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.


Whoa...Slow Down !!!

A travel blog entry by griesenj on May 01, 2014

3 photos

We looked carefully at the map, did some mileage calculations and realized that we MUST slow down. We've traveled 3,892.7 miles so far with somewhere in the neighborhood of 800 miles to go with 12 days to get to the Eureka/Arcata/McKinleyville area in California which is our first major stop. You may remember from the first post, Dolly's daughter Katie Emerson is graduating from Humboldt State University on May 17th ...

Family and Friends

A travel blog entry by batttravels on Mar 13, 2014

2 comments, 17 photos

... decorated with Christmas
decorations. We really had a great time and it was one of those none “breezy”

Well our time was up in Bullhead City, we said our goodbye’s
to family and friends and headed to Williams AZ to see the Grand Canyon……YIPPEE.

We would love to see any one of you at one of our stops. We've got a bed for you.

Rusty and Debbie



A travel blog entry by joanandlarry on Nov 13, 2013

2 comments, 22 photos

... of the bridge’s history was at the southern gateway between 1305 and 1660, when it was customary to display the severed heads of traitors, impaled on pikes and dipped in tar to preserve them against the elements. The head of William Wallace was the first to appear on the gate. Other famous heads on pikes included those of Jack Cade in 1450, Sir Thomas More and Bishop John Fisher in 1535, and Thomas Cromwell in 1540. A German ...

Following Route 66 Scenic Byway

A travel blog entry by suewelsch on Oct 09, 2013

1 comment, 1 photo

... Shave sign.

If a daisy is not
your favorite flower
don't keep pushing up
the miles per hour

Cattle crossing
means go slow
that old cow
is someone's beau

You can drive
a mile a minute
but there is no
future in it

Train approaching
whistle squealing
try to avoid
that rundown feeling

The blackened forest
smolders yet
because he flipped
his cigarette


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