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.
... and walked along the shore of the lake. Dave did do some fishing after all. The water was so clear you could see the river rock covered bottom for a long way out. Lake Havasu has, I think, 18 functioning lighthouse replicas placed around the lake. They are 1/3 the size of the originals.
After returning from our walk we decided to dive into the frigid 60 degree waters and take a lake ...
... lake; hence it is full of boats, especially in summer. Which leads to another interesting fact – Lake Havasu City is home to 22 lighthouses ... despite it being located over 200 miles from the nearest ocean! Who knew?? Each lighthouse is an actual navigational beacon for boaters on Lake Havasu, and meets all U.S. Coast Guard requirements. And all but one have been made to look like 1/3 scale replicas of actual lighthouses by the local Lighthouse ...
What a great way to follow up my visit at the Temple. My great, long-time friends Beth and Tee.
Was going to stay with them for a night or two and ended up extending my stay because I was so comfortable there and because the government shut down and so did the Grand Canyon, I had to rearrange my schedule.
We did a lot of sitting around, talking, eating Tee's great cooking, watching silly TV shows and some good ones too.
While I was ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet