- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... that said Havasu London Bridge. I looked this up later, and I learned that there was a man named Robert P. McCulloch. He had bought the London Bridge, and brought it to Havasu City so that tourism would increase.
When we arrived, we entered our room, and it was 50s style.
... cute little stores, pub etc. We were even there when they had their staged gunfight in the main street. Fun :) Went up over Sitgreaves Pass to Kingman, on to Hackberry and staying tonight in Seligman at the Historic Route 66 Hotel. Dinner tonight at the Roadkill Cafe nextdoor. Absolutely massive ...
... the landscape became nothing but a vast expanse of desert and the temperature steadily increased to 35 degrees. On occasions we drove for a few hours at a time without passing any towns- not the place you want to break down without a phone. The drive to Arizona led us past some of the old Wild West towns clustered along Route 66. Once serving as a transport road for families uprooted during the Great ...
... had a variety of Cheeseburgers and Pulled Pork burger. After dinner we just spent a leisurely hour or so walking around enjoying the atmosphere and the largely eccentric shop owners who sold everything you could imagine and some things you would never have thought of. I took lots of great photos - just need to get them off the camera and on to the blog... There was no Walmart in Williams (just as well really as it would have spoilt its charm) so we drove and ...
... days. The dam is built on the border of Nevada and Arizona but most of the electricity and water goes to California because they paid for the dam in the first place. We spent quite a bit of time looking at everything. The photo was taken from our parking space.
The damming of the Colorado River created an enormous man made lake called Lake Mead. It's circumference is over 800km. It ...