Quality Inn Parker

Address: 604 S. California Avenue, Parker, Arizona, 85344, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 604 S. California Avenue, Parker, is near Colorado River Indian Tribes Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Parker

Lake Havasu and Parker Dam

A travel blog entry by bounderbulletin on Nov 14, 2014

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... built over the River Thames in London, England. The first granite stone was laid to the bridge in 1825 in London. When it was discovered the bridge was sinking due to heavy traffic in 1962, the bridge was auctioned to Robert McCullock, the Founder of Lake Havasu City, for $2,460,000 in 1968



The vintage lamps on the bridge are reportedly made from the melted cannons ...

A BEAUTIFUL getaway to Lake Havasu

A travel blog entry by bteasdale on Nov 07, 2014

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... to the camper for another evening around the fire.  Monday was all about pulled pork.  I got up early (4 AM) to pull the pork shoulder I had brought out of the brine and put it in the smoker.  The day was spent lazing around camp.  Anton and Tracy, friends of ours from Las Vegas, paddled across the lake from their campsite at Havasu State Park and joined us for dinner.  Another campfire, and a lot of ...

Road Trip!

A travel blog entry by paablo on Apr 21, 2014

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... team dinner and were introduced to Corn Hole by Ben. In a nutshell, the aim is to throw a corn filled bean bag into a hole on a slanted wooden plank. It is harder and more fun than it sounds!



After all that fun and excitement I concluded the night by sleeping under the stars. A tent is not an ideal place to sleep in the middle of the desert; outside proved much more comfortable and relaxing.
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Mojave Desert

A travel blog entry by thegigglyguide on Nov 15, 2013

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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 ...

Day 2: Palm Springs and Lake Havasu

A travel blog entry by njaysharpie on Sep 09, 2013

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... it had closed 12 minutes before we arrived :( so Will and I are continuing our search for beef jerky. On the way out of Parker we passed signs for Parker dam so we turned in and drove across quite a large dam which is used for generating electricity and drinking water in the region. We finally arrived in Lake Havasu City after dark and after checking in at the hotel, we went for dinner at Taco Bell, which was surprisingly delicious and incredibly cheap. ...