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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
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... with again lots of directions and mention of the hospital. We carry on and suddenly see the hospital so turn down there, ask a lady that's outside and she says to go straight on and we'll find a nice complex & it's in there. Ok we find the Indian complex & ask at the library, it's not there but finally get some good instructions and suddenly see a sign on the main road, Colorado River Indian Territory fish and game - Crit!! The Indian lady in there couldn't have ...
... College Street Brew House and Pub for some very good beer and excellent chile verde while watching the Broncos less than inspired first half. The restaurant closed early for their holiday party, so we returned to the campground for a roaring fire. I was still not recovered from my cruddy cold, so I retired early, but everyone else sat around the fire until almost midnight.
... is to find our hotel and escape the now 43 degree heat. This might not have been the day to leave some food items in the back of the truck. We're convinced the canopy acts like the lid on a frying pan as something awful smelling has "boiled over" and the outer door handles are too hot to touch! Day 2 includes an early dip in the lake for Jake & Bob and some London Bridge exploring later with Dianne. Jake puts on ...
... In 1967, the City of London put it up for sale, and Lake Havasu City founder Robert McCulloch had the winning bid of $2.5 million. They disassembled it and numbered the granite block by block, shipped it to California, then trucked it to Lake Havasu City and reconstructed here in 1971. And there it now stands over Bridgwater Channel, which was dredged to make the natural peninsula into an island. You can still see the strafing scars from WWII on the ...
Steinbeck begins driving through the Mojave Desert, where he sees two coyotes. He considers killing them, but decides not to and instead leaves dog food for them. He then drives through Arizona. He notes that the towns are a little larger and more brightly lighted than he remembered, and the motels bigger and more luxurious. Next he crosses into New Mexico, where he stops and spends ...