Days Inn Lake Havasu
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... 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 ...
... fun hike. It had everything, climbing over rocks,
sliding down rocks, wading through knee deep water……fun! You started this hike
walking through a wash (your typical wash) then you entered the canyon where
you had to climb over rocks to continue on (makes it interesting). Then you
come to the slide down the rock part, it was about 4 feet wide and 8+ feet long
and almost straight down with nothing to hang onto ...
I have seen several proposals using fireworks at a convention.
Puts a lot of pressure on the bride with all those people watching !
Emerald did say YES
The bridge was meticulously disassembled in London and reconstructed in Lake Havasu City in 1971. The final cost to purchase, disassemble, transport and reconstruct the bridge was $5.1M.
The town has done a good job building around this bridge.
There is an English Village, which is really just ...
... We filled with petrol & ate a quick ice cream before continuing along the 62 to Parker. Here we were due to join the 95 but was found a small road called Parker Dam Road which made a great change as it actually changed direction and headed us through the hills with the Colorado river beside us, the end was the actual Dam which we could drive over to then join the 95 for a couple of junctions into Havasu City. We found our resort ...