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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn Kingman
Standard motel at a budget price. The reception staff were very helpful and the rooms are OK but that's where the quality ends. The motel is right beside the railroad with noisy trains passing through all night. WE skipped breakfast after catching site of a member of staff with a filthy apron topping up the juice machine, Her apron looked like it had never been washed. This is not what I expect even for a budget price,
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We skipped breakfast in the hotel and had a little lie in. The town of Williams was up early as the first train for the Grand Canyon leaves at 10.00am. We watched the end of a Wild West show at the back of the station then went for a wander around the town. Williams is a great little town with its economy reliant on tourism for Route 66 and the …
... We headed to a bar in a bowling alley last night and had a great time, Emma did a bit of Karaoke and we ate Buffalo Wings. It was a very welcome end to a long journey last night.
We were speaking to the taxi driver (Eric) last night and asked his opinion on whether to head to Needles in California or to go to Lake Havasu City where London Bridge is, he stated that LHC would be the best so we are heading there!
... Apparently the town died overnight when Interstate 40 replaced Route 66 on Sept. 22, 1978 as they didn't put in a slip way for it, so there was no longer any passing trade. However one man, Angel Delgadillo (and his wife Vilma), kept it all going from his famous barber/gift shop by being one of the driving forces in founding The Historic Route 66 Association of Arizona in 1987, and has now been dubbed the "Guardian Angel" of U.S. Route ...
... we think was Lookout Point. There we had our lunch, and enjoyed glorious views of the canyon and could even hear the Hermit Creek roaring below us. I estimate we descended well over 2,000 feet and covered about 6 miles round trip.
Remarkably during our entire hike from 10:15 to about 4:15 over the course of those 6 hours we saw 9 people total. This meant that for the vast majority of the time we were completely ...
... case you were wondering about the photos. None today, not that I didn’t take any. Somehow, I am not able to get the photos from my phone to my computer. The iCloud or something is not working. Decided to get this out, and then, see if I can get it to work sometime in the future. So, you may see a flood of photos!
Anyway, late and need to get ourselves ready for tomorrow’s journey.