Knights Inn Williams
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKnights Inn Williams
Clean room, minimal breakfast (toast, muffins, instant oatmeal, coffee, tea). Good value for the area.
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Travel Blogs from Williams
Today we ate breakfast at the cafe in the hotel (no free breakfast here!) and headed for the "Petting Zoo" (Threat Training Facility) at Nellis AFB. Back in the days of the Cold War, even its existence was a super secret, and you could only enter if you had a "need to know." In this facility was stored captured/purchased Soviet military equipment: …
... all the spiritual masks for his Quinnipiac tribe, she herself was from the Hopi tribe. We asked how they met and she told us their story. The Hopi tribe are the true lasting Indian tribes which have kept to their roots and traditions and still have no electricity or running water in their village. (Tho recently had installed a solar panel so they could have a TV at long last). It was fascinating, they explained the hopi carver statues meanings and what the jewellery ...
... NASA astronauts before sending them to the moon, it was time to move onto our basepoint for the Grand Canyon; Williams.
With two days given to exploring the Grand Canyon we decided our first day would be a late start, with the aim of seeing sunset at the canyon instead. So during the morning, we stepped out of our motel onto Route 66 and explored the most American town in existance, Williams. From the dozen shops we stopped in, there was a common theme of Elvis, Marilyn Moroe ...
... passengers for whatever tip money they were prepared to give (and provide photo opportunities - "Sir; hold yer gun to ma dowters head" I begged. Novel.
We got into Williams and went back into town to have a bite to eat. By now it was getting dark and there was a thunderstorm rumbling. As it was balmy I convinced Erin it was miles off and we had nothing to worry about so we settled at a table outside the Cruisers Route ...
... to turn into the lunch spot. She banged up her arm and leg and bike and that just made me the saddest girl in the world. She was in good spirits when we pulled in, but I'm sad knowing she's sad and injured. Hopefully in just a couple of days she'll be back on her bike, but if you could cross your fingers and say your prayers that'd be really great. Lunch was at Bedrock, at least I think that's what it's called. It's apparently the place where the Flinstones lived ...