FireLight Bed and Breakfast

Address: 175 W Meade Ave., Williams, Arizona, 86046, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 175 W Meade Ave., Williams, is near Grand Canyon Railway, Downtown Williams Historic Walk, Thunder Eagle Native Art, and Sycamore Canyon.
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Travel Blogs from Williams

Arizona and Camping in the Rain

A travel blog entry by mhfamily on Jul 18, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

... moment, still dry, we are playing apples to apples by the light of our lantern and glow sticks, eating our Oreos, laughing and loving this time that doesn't come often on this trip. Time when we are not driving between places, talking with seats between us, or taking in sights and places. Tonight may end up wet and cold, but right now, in this moment I am so grateful for the rain changing plans! (Bethany is less grateful for the rain.) ...

Grand Canyon Railway & Fred Harvey Full Dome Car!

A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Jan 05, 2015

1 comment, 45 photos

... During the late 80’s investors came and went, promising restoration and then fleeing when financing couldn’t be found to re-start the route. It wasn’t until a retired crop duster and his wife decided to invest their life savings into restoring the rail service to the South Rim... With all their funds and then having to chase down 15 million dollars... they started ...

Havasupai Reservation

A travel blog entry by fchen on Dec 21, 2014

3 comments, 12 photos

... everywhere, and if the tree grew a certain height in three years, then they let it grow, but if it didn't reach that height, then they used it as a fence post. Unfortunately, in recent years, there were way too many cottonwood trees, so the Havasupai had been cutting down a lot of trees, and also had been cutting existing trees so that they didn't use as much water.
Once we had exited the village, we passed by 50 foot falls. This was a relatively ...

Holbrook to Williams

A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Oct 11, 2014

64 photos

... hot in the middle of the afternoon. We carried along one of the surviving stretches of Route 66 into Flagstaff. Flagstaff - a hustly bustly place, with plenty going on. This is also a ski resort in the winter, so all geared up for this and the cyclists in the summer, First we shaw the museum club. Est.1931. There were a few reto/Art Deco style buildings & cinema around town with some ancient looking motels. it also has the observatory which found Pluto, but they ...

Hoover Dam and Route 66

A travel blog entry by abagworth on Sep 08, 2014

3 comments

... to give them any money. We fill up with fuel which incidently is anything from 3.2 to 4.0 dollars a gallon in America.

Next stop is the Hoover Dam a civil engineering marvel helping to generate the electricity that keeps Vegas going 24/7. It is situated right on the border between Navada and Arizona.

Another 100 miles along the road and we get to Kingman where we meet up with part of route 66. We ...