Motel 6 Kingman East
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... ask the barmaid (who looks like Betty in Coronation Street) where's good to eat. She recommends Oysters a Mexican restaurant and she was right it was very good, I had a margarita with came served in a glass the size of a small goldfish bowl. Off to find the motel and it is our first taste of a typical motel like you see in the movies , it's shabby but cute and Hollywood stars themed. The owner, who was originally from Israel and his ...
... At about 3pm, after giving the computer a workout on our next destination, I called the Nellis Air Force Base Family Camp and made reservations for two days. After giving the guy at the other end of the phone my life's history, receiving some cracks about being retired "Army" we're locked into a campsite with full hookups for a few pennies over 20 bucks. Bingo - that too was easy. We did make one journey ...
... and Carole Lombard were married.
We took the road from town to the Hualapai Mountain Park which goes up to about 7000 feet and over 10 degrees cooler. The landscape was different, back were the Pines and Junipers and Granite. The views from there were spectacular but we went back to town to a local place on Route 66 for lunch.
We had seen a write up about an inhabited old mining town called Chloride and since it was only 30 miles up the ...
... at the Cedar Ridge rest stop in 50 minutes! We were at the top at 4:30. It was a very enjoyable but also quite challenging hike. We all were really tiered and very happy to get on the bus back to camp.
As a post-hike dinner we had barbequed chicken, Suzanne’s yummy cornbread and salad.
Tomorrow we plan on taking it a bit easier. The boys will turn in their Junior Ranger books and we’ll do some shopping and ...
... 66 towns we have been too. People were so friendly, real fuzz buzz about the place and as many '66 souvenirs you could get your hands on :) Headed through seligman which was nice but not all it was cracked up to be and then on to the Grand Canyon caverns. Headed down a lift 223 feet below ground to one of the largest dry caverns in the world. Was a pretty neat tour expect for these American hillybillys who just lowered ...