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: …
... 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 ...
... chose to carry on. We initially pulled up in Safeway's car park, so we could go check out accommodation after a necessary pee stop. We went in by the food hall and the smell of their soup was delightful. We both had a small bowel of tomato, basil & red pepper soup which had a kick of chilli to it. That was all we needed to go on our hotel hunt. There was so much to see in such a small space, but the motels in town mostly had no vacancies. I started to worry a little, but ...
... winding walk following the river that dissects the park, and apparently we were so immersed with the surrounding wildlife and views we completely missed the grotto and ended back at the park exit 3 miles later. As our horrific fitness levels gave in we decided a return trip the next day would be utilised to see the rest of the park. With our first experience of Zion over, particular highlights of the day including the sighting of a deer and mountain lion footsteps in dried ...
Today was our last day in the Grand Canyon.
I woke up prior to sunrise again to witness the spectacular sun event on the canyon walls from our balcony.
As an avid runner I was not going to pass up the chance to take a run on rim trail so before the rest of my family woke I did some stretches, threw on my running shoes and headed out on a shuttle bus to the Visitor Center which was about 2½ miles down the canyon. After checking out ...