Grand Living Bed & Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Williams
... flight delivered to the table. Oh yeah life is good. By the time we leave dinner it is well into the evening and we are surprised at how many shops in this tiny town are still open. In fact all of them are! We learn that shops only close around here, basically when folk stop shopping! They open at 8.00 and close around 10-ish. We are guessing since Williams is the junction to the Grand Canyon, they are catering for the tourists who would be heading out early ...
... of the old Route 66, so the original road is long gone, but Williams managed to rescue a few miles of the original road, so it is a tiny little tourist town that time forgot. The eastbound lane is basically Main Street, and the westbound lane has the Grand Canyon railroad train station and an RV Park.
We parked the bike on Main St and walked through most of the ...
... three sights. The first one an old Native American village, the second the famous skywalk. Getting off the shuttle and seeing the Grand Canyon for the first time is absolutely breath taking. We didn't do the skywalk. We thought $30 was a bit too much and we didn't think it would add anything extra . Our third stop is Guano point, even more beautiful than the previous view. When the shuttle takes us back we get into ...
... library on my computer is giving me trouble though, so I will post the pics directly to Facebook. It was definitely a bucket list adventure, and I had re routed my trip itinerary specifically to fit this tour in, and I was not disappointed. After Antelope Canyon we began our journey to ANOTHER amazing destination, the Grand Canyon. We are overwhelmed with all this beautiful scenery in such a short time! It is ...
... control and engineering, yet keeping the nostalgic style and operation of rail cars of that era... it's said that over $ 1 Million was spent and thousands of man hours went into the restoration of this car... and after we’ve personally made 4 trips in this car... We agree! It’s beautiful and reminds me of those times when I traveled with my mom and dad back in the ...