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: …
... the local sheriff's office called the hotel to ask if they had a boy missing. One of the deputies had found him wandering with a baggage trolley a couple of blocks away. Thankfully all ended well.
After the drama we left for a visit to Glen Canyon Dam. It was only a five minute drive from Page. The bridge and the dam are great feats of engineering. We then went south then west for a drive along the South Rim of The Grand Canyon. ...
GRAND CANYON !! What a day. We started with a 9 am helicopter ride over the GC. I can't explain in words how amazing that was. I sat up front with Becky our pilot and tears ran down my face as I sat in awe of the spectacle. It truly lived up to being one of the seven wonders of the world. After returning to the helipad and once I had regrouped we drove to the national park and purchased an entry pass. We parked at the Visitor Ctr and elected to use the free hop on hop ...
... sign stating less than 500 miles to Los Angeles, and I am glad I took the pre-1941 route on a gravel road through the forest as it was a pretty drive which rose to the highest point of Route 66 in Arizona at 7410 feet above sea-level before plunging down to meet the interstate. From there it was just a short run into Williams, which was the last town bypassed in 1984, and is where I will take the train to the south rim of the Grand ...
... as someone was so concerned about getting to the Grand Canyon, we missed the turnoff to see the Hoover dam to save 40 minutes thinking we would see it going over the bridge. That didn't happen, no view at all. I'm rather annoyed about that, it's one of the three things that I really wanted to see. If we had stuck to the original plan on leaving at 6am we would have probably been able to do it. Unfortunately we can't take into account ...