London Bridge Resort
Travel Blogs from Lake Havasu City
Today is both mine and Leslie's Dads birthdays. We celebrated by taking a 90 minute detour north to checkout Lake Havasu and it's most famous attraction London Bridge. Yes this is the same bridge that spanned the river Thames in my home town from 1831 until 1967. Reconstruction of the bridge here in Arizona was completed in 1971, and now here it is …
Great Resort -- Highly recommend.
But, watch out for the Bats in the hall ways.
... gummy bears, and M&Ms. Continuing on our way to lake Havasu we followed incredibly straight roads through barren desert, between enormous mountain ranges. The roads stretch on in completely straight lines as far as the eye can see. At one point we passed a palm tree farm where thousands of little baby palm trees were growing in long lines. Some way along the hundreds of miles of desert we encountered a tall post, similar to a telegraph post, ...
What a great night spent in our John Wayne themed room. Love the whole themed route 66 thing. We watched the sun rise from our room over the Hasavu mountains.. cool. The temperature has stepped up a notch so that's why we are up early. Had a coffee at a cafe much like home, they all have local coffee and I have to say its all good. After coffee we has a look at the old town. Lots of history in Kingsman from the wild west, and the railway and.world war 2 where ...
... by this weekend. We walked around the area and were even able to walk into one of them on display. It gave me an idea of really how huge they are!
They also had several radio-controlled aircraft flying about. We walked to their staging area and saw some of them. I never realized how large some of them are. There were several with wing spans in excess of six feet and two elaborate helicopters about five or six feet in length. ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet