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... next job was to check out the pool area, have a bombing session and chill out in the last of the sun. It was lovely and warm now, sun lounging with our drinks. We noticed there was also a spa inviting us in,10 minutes in the hot tub was all we needed, it was as hot as a bath. Breaking all the spa rules again by having alcohol and glass by the spa side. We dried out in the last Sunrise spectacular the sun before if disappeared behind the accommodation ...
... for Radiator Springs in the 'Cars’ animated movie.
After Seligman further along the route is Hackberry where the General Store is definitely worth a visit if you are looking for memorabilia.
We arrived in Kingman about 4.00pm. Time for a nap, then we’ll look for somewhere to have dinner.
Off route again tomorrow as we head for Palm ...
... and we were taunted by the workers but came out with ice cream cones, snow cones, and malts.
At Ash Fork we took off to the north where Route 66 would take us the rest of the way thru AZ. Snax on the road "nourished" us past the other small towns until we hit Grand Canyon Caverns which are actually just south of the western most point of the Canyon. We bought 5 tour tkts and descended over 200' below ground to ...
... seen the badlands, which are similar on a much SMALLER scale, but the views are absolutely breath taking. Millions, maybe billions of years of water erosion by the Colorado River and unrelenting winds have carved one of nature's true visual spectacles. It is impossible to capture the true beauty photographically because the panorama is so HUGE. We both marveled at the sights, took what photos we could then moved to the next viewing platform ...
... London in 1598 counted over 30 heads on the bridge. The practice was finally stopped in 1660, following the Restoration of King Charles II.
Reconstruction of the London Bridge in Lake Havasu City, 1970.
By the end of the 18th century, it was apparent that the old London Bridge needed to be replaced. It was narrow and decrepit, and blocked river traffic. Designed in 1799 by Scottish engineer John Rennie, the new ...