Days Inn Lake Havasu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Birding Area” (that’s a mouthful!), is part of the Lake Havasu/Colorado River system. It’s a beautiful spot, with rocky cliffs, Sonoran Desert and cattail-filled marshes on over 6,000 acres. There are over 350 pecies of birds on the refuge, including two endangered species. We walked along a trail that ran to the end of a rocky peninsula, but only saw ducks in the water (we were thinking of you, Lois). There is a nesting area for ...
Day 263 - Today was the first day of a three day Balloon Festival - this is the 4th year for this event, and apparently it has grown quickly to what we saw over the three days. There were upwards of 60 balloons in the air. We arrived the night before and the winds were pretty strong and we were afraid they wouldn't go up, but up they went the next day and for all three days they had morning and late afternoon launches over the Lake and then what they call an "evening glow" ...
... on Chicken Tacos then viewed London Bridge after dark and watched George and India’s adult son, Jacob, win a close slow-pitch softball game. It’s been a long time since either of us have watched a ballgame in person and we enjoyed cheering and booing as appropriate.
Wednesday my mother was picked-up by the airport shuttle at 5:30 a.m. and whisked off to Las Vegas for her flight back to Costa Mesa. India and ...
... from the writing on some signs through to the decorations in the hotels and even the police.
Tuba City is not a big place, and we struggled to find accommodation, but we managed to find a place to sleep at a hospitality college, with shared bathrooms. It was ok, but I won’t be rushing back there anytime soon!
In the morning we got up, had a shower and got going relatively early, as we had a big day ahead of us. We got some milk and ...
... the old buildings, inside the hotel the walls. and ceilings are covered in signed dollar notes... It's amazing. Apparently this town had famous visitors such as Clark Gable who loved to come here to get away from everything.. that would be true.. History of the area is that it has been the biggest area to find gold so as you drive thru the area there are all these signs saying No trespassing etc . Wayne got gold fever and wanted to risk stopping and having a ...