London Bridge Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Diane and I headed out to Lake Havasu City for the 5th annual hot air balloon festival. We stopped at the Wal-Mart to get a new camera, since I dropped my old one while traveling. I was a lot bigger than I thought it would be. Lots of really nice vendors. We didn't get there until 11am, so obviously missed the 6am blood launch. They were going up again at 4pm, but we were heading back to Fort Mohave by 3pm. I bought ...
... game was beginning, and joined us for an afternoon of football. I was feeling quite poorly, so I snuck off to nap quite a few times. Dinner was prepared over the fire, and people circulated between the fire and the trailer to watch the evening football game.
Monday was a beautiful sunny day. I was still under the weather, but we all took the opportunity to nap and relax. We all headed out ...
... had grown so much that we felt dehydrated. We went straight back to the car and the hotel to get some drink.
It is a very pretty place around here but its just too hot - we are talking about 42/43 degrees!!
Our plans are maybe to lazy in the pool, do some washing and chill out - Nothing too exciting really.
The weather is meant to be turning bad over the next couple of days due to hurricane Odile so fingers crossed we don't get flooded out in Phoenix.
... bring hydroelectric power and drinking water to Southern California. Located at Parker, AZ, the dam is about ½ hour drive from Lake Havasu City, so we headed there one day to check it out. It’s a concrete arch-gravity dam that straddles California and Arizona over the Colorado River, and is the deepest dam in the world (235 ft of its 320 ft is below the riverbed). The Hoover Dam is 155 miles upstream.
Leaving Parker Dam, we came across a ...
... that provided excellent views over the canyon. We took lots of photos and then returned to the village for our departure. We stopped at a supermarket for lunch. Soon after we arrived at Lake Havasu, which is a man- made oasis the the middle of the desert of Arizona. In Lake Havasu we visited the London Bridge. Years ago an American decided that he wanted to buy the London Bridge from the English. He paid $2,000,000 for the bridge which ended up costing $7,000,000 to ship over ...