Days Inn Lake Havasu
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... London Bridge came alive in the desert...and so did this desert city.
Another quirk of the city is that it is home to more lighthouses than any other city in America. These 1/3 scale precise replicas of North American Lighthouses. Twenty of these functioning lighthouses populate the shores of Lake Havasu to make night boating more safe and ...
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A couple of ultra lights flying by entertained us especially this one that had pontoons on - never seen that before!! I see a phone number on the side of it so I presume you can rent a ride!! In January they have a Hot Air Balloon Festival - now that would be neat to see! One year ...
... for the pyrotechnic show. The show
was at S.A.R.A. Park (Special Activity Recreation Area), it is a HUGE park. You
could sit in the bleachers at the race track to watch but you would be looking
straight up at them so we opted to sit across the street (HWY 95), that is why
you will see in the video’s cars going by. You know when you go to a fireworks
show and they have a grand finale, imagine that the whole ...
... light flyers flying among the balloons. We watch anxiously, front down here it looks like they are inches away from the balloons.
There were 2 bi-planes that performed aerial tricks before the balloons launched each morning.
We enjoyed breakfast at a local ...
... lunch. After lunch, Monti and Janet did some shopping while I ran a few errands and filled the truck with gas. By six, everyone was back at camp and we were ready to head up to the channel to get a close-up view of the second night of the parade. The weather was perfect, with highs around 75 dropping off to the upper 60's by the time the parade started. We watched the floats come by, then ...