Havasu Sands All Suite Resort
Travel Blogs from Lake Havasu City
... seen these yellow warning signs of what looked like donkey / horse with horns with the word burrows under them. Ok so for twenty miles or so I was burrow watching nit knowing what the heck they were and slightly scared lol, turns out they are just donkeys. This town of Oatman have wild donkeys walking about their old little mining town.....I can not put into words how strange this place was but very cool. Decided ...
... It’s all very well laid out with walking paths and information points, which I had to read of course!
Lisa was in her element taking loads of pictures, of us and of the canyon. We did the short walk that was there, but it still ended up being more than a mile. This time there definitely was no danger, at least not from bears!
The canyon is just spectacular, and we only saw a very small part of it. It is hard to fathom how deep and how ...
... over 3,500 acres of land that was a former Army Air Corps landing strip. Then he added another 13,000 acres. He teamed up with the Walt Disney developer C. V. Wood to creat a planned community and tourtist destination. In 1968, he purchased the London Bridge that was built in 1831 but was sinking into the Thames River. So he paid over $2,000,000 and then it took another $4,500,000 to take down and rebuild it here. A canal was ...
Sunday night & early Monday morning was very noisy and proved difficult sleeping, truck noise form the highway and frequent train whistles from the other side of the campground, it was not our best night. In an effort to beat the morning heat we left the campground at 8:00 AM, which had a second benefit as we were able to travel further than we initially planned. We traveled south on CA Rt 99, to CA Rt 58 E; east ...
... to take 3.5 hours to cook, so we're looking at a late dinner...hopefully a dinner. Lynn is baking soft pretzels and I'll make a green salad as our contribution to the victual effort.
We'll be here until Tuesday. Tomorrow we plan to head to town in the morning to attend Mass. It's always interesting to visit the various churches around the country and see what's what. Thanks for stopping by. Hasta la vista, Amigos...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility