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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Romney Motel Seligman
Travel Blogs from Seligman
Slept well at the Stagecoach Inn.
Woke up early at 6am, by train noise (Sante Fe railroad), and birds feeding their chicks in front of our door. ;-)
Seligman is a nice historic Route 66 town.
After porch breakfast, leaving towards Santa Fe at 8am.
We intended to stop at the Bearizona Zoo ...
... City of London, as a marketing tactic to attract prospective buyers to Lake Havasu. It worked!!! People coming from all over the place to see the bridge, and the oilman recouped the cost of land development and shipping cost. FYI, the bridge was shipped on a cargo with nothing else but the bridges (disassembled) to Port of Houston, and transported overland.
Arrived at our motel of the ...
... it down to Havasu tomorrow. After we went shopping, we left Barstow, and started driving towards Seligman.
When we arrived at Seligman, we checked-in at the hotel. We were greeted by a friendly host, and he had a lot of information on the area. Our room was decorated with pictures of the 50's and the beds are very warm.
... It was very cool and we saw all sorts of animals - long horned sheep, goats, buffalo, wolves and of course bears. They were up close and personal, especially the wolves who just about walked under our wheels.. Before we went in we were advised to take the wheel cover off as the wolves would chew it. After the 3 mile meander through the wildlife park (which you can go through as many times as you like) you can then go to the animal park and petting zoo, where you can ...
... was no way I could take the trail down to the river as that is over 8 miles long! I retraced my steps and took a trail east towards the Yavapai Lodge watch which follows a journey through geologic time. At various intervals along the trail that are examples of the rock found at each level of the canyon representing a history up to 2 billion years ago. Once at Yavapai Lodge it was possible to see the Colorado river itself at the bottom of the canyon, and ...