El Rancho Motel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEl Rancho Motel Williams
Stayed in a room with two beds. It was comfortable and reasonable priced. Lady at the front was super nice and the rooms were clean.
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... skips a beat. There is something about this place that makes me want to cry tears of emotion. It is so beautiful. I feel my batteries starting to charge and the spirit of these rocks feeding my very being. Our initial thoughts about how special this would be riding as opposed to being in a car are spot on. It's fantastic. It's late afternoon when we pull into Ash Fork at the junction of the road from the south where we were and the continuation of Route 66, ...
... which did not cool anything down. Of course, there was virtually no evidence of the rain, this morning.
Cruising must be very popular as there were 7 Cruise America vans in the campsite last night when we got back from the movie.
We stopped and took some amazing photos of Monument Valley this morning, even from the campsite the views were outstanding. We then headed to the Navajo Centre where we could look over the valley as it was quite elevated. ...
... area in the in the mid 1800s. In 1880 the railway arrived which had a spur track put up to the Grand Canyon in 1901 to take advantage of the growing tourist trade. From the 1920s it also became a favourite stop for people taking Route 66. Williams claim to fame regarding Route 66 is that it was the last stretch of the famous route to be bypassed.
Our hotel is a short walk from a Safeway store so we've had some prepared salads ...
Today we said our fond goodbyes to page, AZ. But not before beginning our day with a trip to Lower Antelope Canyon, just on the outskirts of Page. It is a slot canyon that is unbelievable. Of course, even before we reached the canyon by foot, I had managed to slip and fall and skin my knees! Embarrassing! Especially since I had scoffed at Art because he was worried about me falling. Literally minutes before the ...
... build the roadbed (tracks) and rolling stock to make the train a viable year around service... It wasn’t until Sept 17, 1989, 88 years to the day of the first trip... The Grand Canyon Railway started service back to the Canyon... At the time of that trip... 10,000 people and dignitaries arrived in Williams to celebrate the return of the Railway.
Today, 225,000 ...