Stardust Motel

Address: 700 California Ave, Parker, Arizona, 85344, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 700 California Ave, Parker, is near Colorado River Indian Tribes Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Parker

    Parker arizona

    A travel blog entry by jan-pete-cycle on Feb 13, 2015

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    ... a slippy sandy bank, he always does this to me! After much slipping and sliding and only with help from him I get down to my perch on a big rock. It's really beautiful though, the river is really wide but probably too fast flowing to catch anything, peter finds a rock with a hole in it to make a weight so hopefully it'll stay on the bottom - wonder if the fish will like last nights chicken or will it be too spicy? Well we stay there a couple of hours and no luck so we ...

    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 ...

    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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    Church, Ice cream, and paddleboating

    A travel blog entry by drhammer on Feb 16, 2014

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    ... is! Landscape I never realized existed in the states unfolded before us. Train tracks ran parallel to the road and you could see where maybe hundreds of people have stopped over time and left their mark by making words and decorations with the black and white stones(?). We think perhaps the black pieces were coals that fell from the trains. Anyway, next entry will be Joshua Tree National Park.
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    "It's beginning to look a lot like..."

    A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Dec 01, 2013

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    ... tiny town received 500,000 visitors each year, drawn by its history as a gold mining center which produced over 36 million dollars in gold at 1930 prices. (You would never know it by looking at it today). Filmmakers chose the area for making feature films. Some of the ones filmed here were "How the West was Won", Edge of Eternity", "Universal Soldier", "Foxfire" as well as commercials, calendars and historical documentaries. The town has been kept ...