Motel 6 Lake Havasu Lakeside
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... praises to God, sing praises;
sing praises to our King, sing praises.
7 For God is the King of all the earth;
sing to him a psalm of praise.8 God reigns over the nations;
God is seated on his holy throne.
9 The nobles of the nations assemble
as the people of the God of Abraham,
for the kings[c] of the earth belong to God;
he is greatly exalted.
... the casino in their amphitheatre. Man, did she ever have a powerful voice! She put on a terrific show, very entertaining, however, Mom, D & I hadn't done our music-homework, so we didn't recognize any of her songs, not being Wynona Judd fans prior or the concert. We still really enjoyed the show, though, as did all of our buddies.
We all played our free ...
... drove to a little supermarket and bought incredibly sweet coffee out of a machine (my cappuccino tasted like a sort of French vanilla cream) & "pastries" (pre-wrapped donuts and pecan slice type things - dad had a "Bear Claw", a sort of pine nut strudel). We then drove out of LA, past miles and miles of traffic trying to get into LA, to a town/district called Corona, about an hour away. In Corona we bought a 'MiFi' from Verizon which means we can all ...
... of settees and very large TVs in both rooms that we won't get time to watch. We then have a small balcony overlooking Lake Havasu and the beach.
The watersports here are superb. When we arrived the adults played in the inflatable water park with the older kids and then hired some paddle boards. I've never tried a paddle board before, it was much easier to do on your own than when two of us tried to share one. There was lots of swimming in the lake. We ran ...
... city is relatively new. The community first started as an Army Air Corps rest camp during World War II and incorporated in 1978. A tourist attraction in Lake Havasu City is the "London Bridge" which crosses a 930 ft long man-made canal. It was bought for US $2.5 million from the City of London when the bridge was replaced in 1968. The bridge was disassembled, and the marked stones were shipped to Lake Havasu City ...