Ramblin Rose Motel
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... for a bath and change, and decide where we were going to have our tea tonight. There was a Chinese opposite, and as we have sampled every other style of cuisine so far, we opted to go try it out. At 6.30 we went across to ABC Chinese, on Route 66. It was buffet for $11.00. There was plenty to try and it smelt devine. The soup was scrummy and all the different dishes were delightful, We tried a little of everything (I leaving out the rice and noodles). ...
... bridge.... no sorry, don't have time to explain.. but Google it and you will see.
OK, back to the trip... we decide to stop in Lake Havasu for a bit.. I mean we have to see the bridge and drive across it. After finding a place to park we head down to the water front and find a place for a beverage. Margarita time. It easy to see from the place we drink at that this town on a long weekend would ...
... to our campsite outside Kingman, AZ around 5:00. Not a great campground, but we were tired and glad to have a place to hook up and unwind. And then, yep, Brenda had another great idea. She said, "Let's drive to Oatman. It's a cool town on Route 66 where mules run free." Ah, mules? Yes, mules aka burros, donkeys, jackasses!
After being on the road all day, we hopped in to the car for the 30 minute drive to Oatman on the original Route 66. 10 ...
... friend of gangsters and part time movie critic fella who caught dad for 30 min. " hey listen to dis. It's my buddy da mobsta's voice-mail. You can tell listen to how he talks" what?!
Me "Dad, Who was this guy?"
Dad "I am not sure, U meet a lot of neat and interesting people on the route."
Me "Right, let's keep our friending to a minimum, dad."
After meeting our new bestie, we exchanged numbers, addresses, etc and headed off to ...
... I wouldn't want to drive my RV on it. Along the way, you see signs to watch out for cattle crossing. We did see some on the side of the road just hanging out. You crossed over several cattle crossing - wasn't sure if we were driving on a state highway or someone's farm. This went on for 20+ miles.
We finally made it to the check in point, we had to park our cars and sign up for the shuttle to take ...