The Nautical Beachfront Resort
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- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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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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Travel Blogs from Lake Havasu City
... a lot of interesting facts I have also learnt today that our equivalent to Grey Nomads are called Snow Birds you ask for your dressing on the side not smothered all over the salad, have taken a liking to blue cheese dressing, yum and the people smugglers are called Coyotes, I thought that was pretty apt.
lots more to report but am worn out, big day. Off to the Grand Canyon, I have booked two helicopter rides more about them later
... Each block was meticulously numbered before the bridge was disassembled, brought over from London, and reconstructed in Lake Havasu City. A man-made canal was dug underneath, the Colorado River filled the canal, and an island was formed. Fascinating! I have driven over this exact same bridge in both London and Arizona! And something else we didn't know -- believe it or not, but lighthouses ...
... often wired together, with multiple effects firing simultaneously. Our volunteers did a great job loading the product onto ramps or racks that Greg had constructed at home and drove to the site. The ramps let us vary the angles that the product fired, creating larger fans or “peacocks” for more variety and interest.
... to Joshua Tree in one day and the weather was screamingly hot (Joshua Tree has no electricity nor water). We looked for a Plan B and an hour before sunset we pulled into a charming regional park in the San Bernardino area (near where I was born and raised till about 5 years old). Yucaipe Regional Park was awash in green, the lawns were thick and lush and I immediately was taken back to my childhood and remembered how good fresh grass smells. Wonderful mature ...
... Birding Area” (that’s a mouthful!), is part of the Lake Havasu/Colorado River system. It’s a beautiful spot, with rocky cliffs, Sonoran Desert and cattail-filled marshes on over 6,000 acres. There are over 350 pecies of birds on the refuge, including two endangered species. We walked along a trail that ran to the end of a rocky peninsula, but only saw ducks in the water (we were thinking of you, Lois). There is a nesting area for ...