Grand Canyon / Williams KOA
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Williams
After only getting one and a half hour sleep, we decided to rejig our plans so that we could get more sleep before we embarked on the 5 hour drive to the Grand Canyon, with a stopover at the Hoover Dam. As a result, we raced through the National Park by driving to each look out point, hopping out to take photos and hopping back in to race to the …
... a sudden, here is this canyon.
We walked along the lookout and got a few photos and then headed back to the car. I drove, as Darryl was a bit tired. I had put my camera away (silly me) and was driving to the exit, when this deer walked across the road in front of us. It was quite big, a little taller than the car. Darryl fumbled with the camera, but by the time he had gotten it out of the case, the deer was gone.
I was a little frustrated and cranky, as I kept ...
... hanging in tribute inside. Just here, there is some original concrete of Route 66 that hadn't been covered with tarmac, so we appreciated that treat too and drove down for a short way it until it disappeared under I-40.
Then we went back to the I-40 Bellemont exit, crossed over the Interstate and took the frontage road west towards Williams. When the tarmac turned to gravel, we took Government Prairie Road on the right, off the bed of Route 66, to get to the Beale Wagon ...