Canyon Country Inn Bed & Breakfast

442 W Route 66, Williams, Arizona, 86046-2229, United States | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Williams

Back to nature - Grand Canyon and Yosemite

A travel blog entry by karen0206


... my licence and disappeared to his car for 15 mins where I thought for sure I was going to get a ticket. In the meantime, Jassmyn was having fun by attempting to take photos of the policeman. He finally returned with a piece of paper in his hand but to my surprise, it was only a warning. He lectured me about speeding and ended the conversation with the fact that he would like to visit Australia one day. Relieved, we drove on and discovered ...

Rest Stop

A travel blog entry by sandi.beach


... spanned over 2,300 miles from Chicago, Illinois to Long Beach, California. Route 66 had great stretches of scenic open road that connected the small towns along the way. In those days of a more relaxed pace to life, the two main streets of Williams became east bound & west bound Route 66.”

Thurs, Oct 3

VERY windy today at the campground, with gusts that rocked the MH. So glad I was not driving today. Took the day off – ate ...

The Big Hole

A travel blog entry by evotech


... diet of bacon and milk shakes for the past six months trying to fatten the kid up, but nothing worked. So we will be back in a few years to do the Grand Canyon our way. But for this year we had to settle for peering down into the big hole from above. The size and scope was amazing, but all you could really do was look at it from different angles. If you wanted to hike down, it was an all day affair ...

Lake Powell/Flagstaff/Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by andreasnider


... we met on the train. The dad was (no lie) carrying a 9mm pistol on his hip and a ponytail down to his butt. He was a real lady-killer let me tell you. Now I’m a staunch NRA member, but is it really necessary to be packing heat on the fun train into the Grand Canyon with hundreds of kids on the ride? Turns out he was supposedly a “Federal Agent.” When he was asked by the train staff to put away his gun, he said, very indignantly, “I don’t ...

Camels In The Forest.

A travel blog entry by mrlocation


... sea level in Phoenix to 6910 in Flagstaff. The journey started in the furnace of the desert and the closer we got to Flagstaff, the more beautiful and green and mountainous the scenery became in the cooler climes.

We were well on course for meeting Jackie at 12 noon and were able to make a quick stop at Montezuma Castle. This is one of the most famous ancient Anasazi cliff dwellings and you can see the whole thing for a National Park $10 fee in a couple of minutes. So we ...

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This 2 star hotel, located on 442 W Route 66, Williams, is near Grand Canyon Railway, Downtown Williams Historic Walk, Williams Depot, and Thunder Eagle Native Art.
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