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Address: 1900 Needles Highway, Needles, California Desert, California, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 1900 Needles Highway, Needles, is near Havasu National Wildlife Refuge, Rivers Edge Golf Course, The Needles, and Oil, Lube and Latte.
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Travel Blogs from Needles

Albuquerque to Needles: Day 3

A travel blog entry by ryan_avery on Feb 06, 2015

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... next to us and went in the correct room. Anyway, we went to sleep and got up at 7:00 in the morning and departed Albuquerque at 8:00. We made great time and at about 10:30 stopped to get gas and some food in Gallup NM. We went to this supermarket and got some Ritz Crackers chips and some Mexican juice. We then set out for the goal of stopping in Seligman Arizona (about 4 hours away) for a ...

Route 66 from Seligman, AZ to Needles, CA

A travel blog entry by snicoll on Jun 09, 2014

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... towers above the dam. I pulled off the main road and into the dam complex where I was able to park and walk across the bridge. It is a great way to see the dam! I got back in the car and headed down to the dam where you can still drive across - so I did because you have to! I also got out of the car a had a good wander around but it was so hot I could feel the soles of my feet beginning to cook. From the top of the dam it was a great view of the bridge above which is the ...

Blowouts, badlands, blackjack and bedrock

A travel blog entry by grahamh on Mar 17, 2014

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... morning as at 10am on Monday morning when we left- loud music and bright neon lights everywhere, cool air conditioning, the pavements are crammed with street entertainers, promoters and revellers, mostly wearing clothes many sizes too small for them, if anything at all, and there is a tremendous happy energy which is infectious. On the Saturday night we played roulette and blackjack in New York New York (so good they named it twice), and, possibly fuelled by the free Casino ...

Wild asses

A travel blog entry by roganna on Feb 09, 2014

4 comments, 13 photos

... them is highly discouraged as it lures them to the highway where they’re likely to be hit. They are protected by federal law from capture, injury, or harassment. So interesting!

On the way back from Parker Dam is the Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge. Bill Williams was a trader, trapper, interpreter and scout in Arizona in the 1800’s. The area, which has been awarded the Audobon Society’s “Globally ...

California Route 66

A travel blog entry by rubyhutton on Nov 05, 2013

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Leaving Las Vegas and heading south to rejoin the route, the first place was Needles, just across the border from Arizona. We stopped for lunch at another classic truckers cafe on the side of the road and had delicious sandwiches, then carried on westwards towards Barstow. The old road runs alongside the Santa Fe railroad, which meant we were often having fun pretending to race a very slow moving crater train and they seemed to go on forever! We were still ...