Havasu Sands All Suite Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Lake Havasu City
... br> We saw people racing by on their loud cigarette boats, people flying by on hang gliding contraptions, people driving along the shore in their atvs, razors, jeeps or 4x4 trucks; we saw lots of other people bringing their dogs to the dunes to run around, kids swimming,etc. We saw another guy camped out in his Saturn at the dune adjacent to us.
So, anyway, once it warmed up we donned our ...
... its population of 53,000 pales in comparison to its 750,000 visitors each year.
After one day here, we quickly realized our campground, and Lake Havasu City, seem to be mainly comprised of two types of folk – old, and boating. Lake Havasu runs along the border between Arizona & California – otherwise known "Arizona’s West Coast". It’s huge, with 60 miles of navigable waterways. And it has no size or speed restrictions ...
This morning I awoke at 4:30am to get a shuttle back to the airport. With my poor budgeting, I have sent myself a little bit broke so things are starting to get to the point where I have to drastically save and not live a 'lush' backpackers life. I got up very early and got the cheap shuttle which took ages to get to LAX and then got the free shuttle to The Hacienda Hotel, our meeting point for the trek. I waited out the front for an ...
... we sat there looking out past the palm trees out to this desert lake! Simply wonderful, totally recommend going here! (Oh and we had some trouble with Marilyn, had to have some more work done!!) We did some washing while we waited!
Thursday: We left Lake Havasu and went to Kingman, AZ. We drove along Route 66 which was so much fun, we took the roof down and cruised along with the wind in our hair and the stereo playing. When we arrived we checked in to ...
... walk off our big meal so we did some souvenir shopping. The stores were filled with tacky, yet hilarious items. We took tons of pictures. The last shop was at the ice cream shop. We had to get their famous shakes, which were the best we have ever had! Sam and I chose peanut butter/ Oreo and Chris went with chocolate. We could only finish half of the large cups, but it was well worth it! Haha. Our trip tonight has ended at Lake Havasu. The high was supposed to be 114, but ...