The Nautical Beachfront Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Nautical Beachfront Resort Lake Havasu City
Past it's best, lovely setting but good laundry facilities!
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... RV in the cool A/C.
I’m not sure when I will be back to Havasu and I can tell you for sure that I could never live there full time, but if I’m ever in the general area I will definitely stop for a day or two. And I won’t forget the pool toys.
So there you have it. The first week of our Southern Deserts Trip was wonderful with lots of heat and before we would take off on Sunday there was just one question to answer; where are we going ...
... too worried. (I had originally planned to jump in the lake again, but changed my mind with the cooler weather). It was a great service and we got our praise on. The preacher, though no Paul Cummings, was funny and read and preached about 1 Corinthians 4. The service lasted 2 hours!
Then we went back to the river walk at the London Bridge and got a milkshake and a waffle cone. We took ...
... views of the lake, a wonderful finale! Not having had enough exercise for the day, D & I rode our bikes to the swap-meet market, but just got there when they were closing down, so we didn't get to shop much...oh, well, saved a dollar or two that day!
We finished off our time in Lake Havasu with a second early Chinese New Year dinner, this time making wun ...
... to the hotel and had drinks together in the pool as this was our last night together on the tour. The pool closed at 10pm so we headed out into the town. We were picked up by a taxi/shuttle service run by a local. He has a 15 sweater van but was more than happy to cram 24 people in. When we arrived a police car was pulled up behind but didn't seemed at all concerned by the amount of people in the taxi. We went to a club called Kokomo, which is a very popular place for Americans to ...
... We head up the west side of the Colorado River from Needles passing lots of farmlands and beautiful fields of alfalfa, heading to Laughlin, NV. Arriving in Laughlin with a 25 mile drive we stop at Harrah’s Casino for lunch. With 20 minutes at the ***** table, lunch was surprisingly paid for with a little spending money left over.
Laughlin is another one of those ...