Hollyhock Inn

Address: 318 West Fulton Avenue, Williams, Arizona, 86046, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 318 West Fulton Avenue, Williams, is near Grand Canyon Railway, Williams Depot, Downtown Williams Historic Walk, and Thunder Eagle Native Art.
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Travel Blogs from Williams

When "Wow!" was all we could say!

A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Oct 18, 2014

7 comments, 11 photos

... A family we met at Lake Powell the other day suggested that we should keep our heads down until we got to the railing and then look up, which is essentially what we did. And wow! Words cannot describe it. It almost seems cliche to say that, but it is true. It was fabulous. Nature has been boggling my mind so far on this trip. The people climbing over the barriers to stand on the edge also boggled my mind. Crazy! We also ...

Hoover Dam and Route 66

A travel blog entry by abagworth on Sep 08, 2014


... on the way as the heavens opened for about an hour.

Before we tackle route 66 we go into the great little retro cafe for lunch , called MR D's - their ice cream sundaes are something else! Plenty of route 66 memorabilia here - and some lovely waitresses!

Now the rain has stopped, we off off route and pick up Route 66 and go to a place called Oatman - the road is fairly rough and flooded in ...

Get your kicks on Route 66

A travel blog entry by waveydavey65 on Jul 26, 2014

10 photos

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While we got orientated a few trains came past the RV park - very noisy and seemed to enjoy hooting at every rail crossing in the town. Later we walked across the railway tracks and headed for the centre of Williams which is basically an east and west running drag that is the original Route 66. I didn't realise this but Williams is last R66 town to be bypassed by the I-40 (in the mid eighties) and partly inspired the ...

Yabadabadoo means Thank You... Uh, does it?

A travel blog entry by alicoad on Jul 11, 2014

2 comments, 17 photos

... etc. It wasn't until 8:00am that we finally rolled out. No one wanted to leave the Grand Canyon, so... We rode our bikes about .5 miles to the cafe where everyone stopped for second breakfast and coffee. It was the most lax morning and all of us were together; I loved it. We ate our burritos, drank our coffee, laughed and chatted. We rolled out of there around 9:00am. Today was an unusual ride group for me. I rode with Breezer, Tay, Sam Moan and Lauren. I don't ...

Vegas, Hoover dam, Route 66 and Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by mitchmoroney91 on Jul 05, 2014

35 photos

... and how the "mother road" helped establish America as it is today. The drive invokes nostalgia quite a lot (not that I was around then) There is also a lot of remnants (old gas stations and hotels that are delapadated, and old cars) on the route too which is cool. And the towns along the way are all 50's and 60's etc themed like back in the day. We stayed in Williams for the night on Route 66. It's a great town and really fits the ...

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