Edgewater Hotel & Casino
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... used to tourists and cars - not bothering to move for them at all.
The little donkeys have stickers on the heads which say - 'Please do not feed me' - at first I thought some joker had stuck some tag on this little white burro but all the baby ones had stickers on their heads.
Souvenir shops abound and ...
... pleasant drive.
We made it to the part of route 66 that we were starting on just before lunch and got a nice photo with the road sign [It was already over 40C degrees by that point.] and car before heading to the Bagdad Cafe for lunch. Quite an interesting stop although the toilet was apparently an adventure [The area was pitch black until you got back out into the restaurant part. It felt a little like a scene from a horror movie where ...
... the gambling - however we didn't even use our free $5 credits (we tried the following morning after breakfast, but they'd expired.) We had dinner at the Ristorante Aviano's - and had the "Date Night Menu". Breakfast was 2 for 1 at the Native Harvest Buffet (a total price of $7.99 plus tax). The tax is really hard to work out, and isn't included in the advertised price.
Traveled 199 miles today.
... with an awesome pool, beach on the Colorado River, 8 movie theatres, restaurants and more. Cheapest KOA ($23/nite) we have ever been in. The next day we drove to Oatman, Az. This little tiny town in the mountain is known as an old gold mining town with burrows running all over the streets during the day. The burrows go back in the mountains at nite.. Fun little day trip. We walked the Laughlin "river walk" along casino row and then took a 90 minute narrated boat ride on the ...
... various spots. The total cost for 3 lookouts and including the Skywalk was around $70 each - but I wouldn't hesitate to do it again! We didn't get off on the first stop, it really wasn't a lookout but a 'dude ranch' where you could watch a shoot out and your kids could ride horses. We were too anxious to get to the Skywalk.
Second stop was the lip of the west realm and the Skywalk! Let me say that ...