Havasu Sands All Suite Resort
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Banquet room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
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... fast becoming a retirement haven! The only problem is all you see are old *****!! Not enough diversity for us, you need young folks around with some energy! Mind you we have really taken it easy this week so we qualify!!
... were each numbered before the bridge was disassembled. The blocks were shipped to Long Beach, California and then trucked to Lake Havasu City. They built a reinforced concrete structure on land and each of the numbered granite blocks were added to the concrete exterior. After the bridge was reconstructed, the Bridgewater Channel Canal was dredged under the bridge and flooded. The bridge was officially dedicated at a ceremony on October 10, 1971. The ...
This was definitely one of the most amazing and memorable trips! It was great that I had a place to go (grandmas!) where I could relax and not be on someone elses schedule. The hot air balloons were amazing and so much more than I expected! The community is safe, quiet, and a great place to walk around without the crowds ...
Cindy and I headed out for three nights in Lake Havasu, AZ on Saturday. Chris and Stephanie planned to go with us, but were delayed by a day because of a relative's surprise birthday party. The three hour drive to Lake Havasu was extended by a stop for lunch in Searchlight, and by a train at the grade-level railroad crossing north of the I-40 connection. We arrived in Lake Havasu State Park about ...
Sleep: Lake Havasu State Campground (450') - $20.00 - basically a parking lot with a bathroom
We could have gone a more direct way to Lake Havasu but wanted to see the cinder cone crater in Amboy. We have seen lots and lots of volcanos in our travels, including living at the base of an active one in Ecuador, but we always like to see them.