Knights Inn Williams
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Well goes from St. Louis down to Missouri
Oklahoma City looks oh so pretty
You'll see Amarillo and Gallup, New Mexico
Flagstaff, Arizona don't forget Winona
Kingman, Barstow, San Bernadino
We had an amazing breakfast this morning, thanks to our lovely hosts – chocolate chip pancakes, real maple syrup, …
Williams ist im Stil eines Wild West Orts gestaltet und wird morgen erkundigt, bevor wir weiterfahren
... it was pullman class (low budget) and I know Connie's never been in a true railroad car... I knew that Connie would want to take photos so I had reserved seats in the full dome (Super Dome)... this car was named the "Fred Harvey" for the Fred Harvey Company that provided restaurants and hotels in railroad stations and national parks for 50 years between 1900 and 1950... and of course the Harvey Girls who staffed the ...
... are abandoned shops, petrol stations and houses all along the route. There are also quite a few Trailer Park towns. These are motor homes (old ones ) just propped in vacant areas, looks very downtrodden and desolate, these were all along the route. about 120k into the Desert we get stopped at road works and have to wait 15 minutes before we are allowed to continue, giving a good opportunity to get some photos. We arrived in Needles California about 2pm for a ...
We rose out of the desert sand and rocks into Flagstaff, into towering pine trees and cooler mountain weather. Flagstaff is one of the only places in Arizona that doesn't make you feel like your in Arizona. It is referred to as a mountain desert, so while it is still covered in cactus and sagebrush and endless sand, the flat desert turns into rolling hills, and the higher elevation means ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking