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TravelPod Member ReviewsEcono Lodge Williams
Very small room, shower but no tub in small bathroom, but adequate. Further away from the Grand Canyon than we expected, but for those who are interested in being on historic route 66, it is right here in the middle of it. It was a little hard to find because there were no signs showing it was even here. There were signs for many of the other chain hotels but not this one.
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... pool, go-karts, etc etc. the overcast day have us hope that sleeping without air conditioning would be tolerable. We packed up our hotel room, leisurely went to the grocery store for picnic supplies, filled the gas tank and were on our way. Overcast = flood warnings and pouring rain. Oh, and the temperature peaked at 75 and by 4:30, with our tent sent up and on our way to the indoor pool it was 55 degrees. We had decided ...
... you would place your feet and hands, and usually it is much easier going up then climbing down in rock climbing.
For dinner, Dan cooked tri-colored pasta, with chicken and vegetables in pesto. It was really delicious, and he even made a warm campfire for us to sit by. After we ate our meal, Dan brought our oatmeal raisin cookies for us to eat. Baba, Felix, and I played poker by the campfire, and after the game was over, we went to bed.
... from the cartoons including Fred and Barney’s houses (Barney’s was better) and some old-school playground props such as a dino-slide and teeter-totter. The kids were running all over the place checking out the Bedrock prison (and locking me in it) then riding on the tram through a fake volcano – which Laneshia, Travis and Adrianne joined them on.
I enjoyed taking our family picture next to Fred to end our trip to Bedrock ...
... with entertainment and a a train robbery on the way back :) It was 2 1/4 hours each way with 3 1/2 hours to have a good look around - we walked just over a mile of the rim and then caught the bus back to the train depot for ice cream and more photos. On return to williams we had a nice meal and collected some more souvenirs. Vegas today ...
... very little of the clatter from the joints in the rails... we passed the pumpkin patch, the north pole and then moved on towards the park... Cattle graze in the open range... we cross through 7 ranches... it takes 100 acres to support one head of cattle and water is 2,500 feet down... so water is stored in ponds from snow and rain run off in the spring… if they run out of water they end up trucking it in... the homes here ...