Grand Canyon Gateway Inn

Address: 334 East Route 66, Williams, Arizona, 86046, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 334 East Route 66, Williams, is near Grand Canyon Railway, Downtown Williams Historic Walk, Williams Depot, and Thunder Eagle Native Art.
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      Chapter 05 A Home at Last

      A travel blog entry by romabeach on Oct 30, 2014

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... we had to take.

      From there you are going increasingly higher and higher through the mountains. They are stark but they are so beautiful.

      We took our time on the trip and were happy to travel around 60 -65 mph while the speed limit on the road was 75 mph. This meant we were being passed by just about everyone, huge 18 wheelers included.

      You can turn off at Kingman and follow the famous Route 66 to Williams where we ...

      Monument Valley

      A travel blog entry by trevorrose on Sep 03, 2014

      ... could just see Dollar Car Rental exploding my credit card on recovery fees! The views, what I saw of them, were fantastic, but it was a total relief to get back on the bitumen after an hour and half of dust and rocks! The long straight leaving the valley gave us the view that has been seen in so many movies. We set out towards Flagstaff, which is back on Route 66, stopping at Kayenta for fuel and at last leaving the reservation and getting back into civilisation - the drive back was ...

      Canyon lands

      A travel blog entry by josh-and-abbie on Aug 24, 2014

      1 comment

      ... fallen rain water was forced out of the rock face, which created a small waterfall. This unique phenomenon was incredible, as water was literally coming out of the rock instead of over it! As the afternoon started to wear on we decided to search for the grotto that had eluded us yesterday, however this was to prove another fruitless expedition. So resigned to being beaten by our inabillity to find what is essentially a massive cave we decided to finish the day with a shortened treck ...

      Hanging out with the Flintstones...Yabba Dabba Do!

      A travel blog entry by dubnation on Jul 13, 2014

      42 photos

      ... several buildings 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 ...

      Route 66 from Holbrook, AZ to Williams, AZ

      A travel blog entry by snicoll on Jun 07, 2014

      10 photos

      ... once more for twenty miles until turning away from Route 66 to visit Meteor Crater, the best preserved crater on the planet. I've seen pictures and film of the crate created by the meteor that struck roughly 50,000 years ago but they can't convey the scale you appreciate when up close. There is a great visitor centre there which is privately owned as the US government twice passed on the option to make the crate a National Park. Indeed it ...