Knights Inn Williams
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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
... we drove to the Grand Canyon which was about 50 minutes away. It was a smooth drive and when we arrived, we parked the RV and caught a shuttle bus wich took us to a bunch of amazing different viewpoints. The view of the Grand Canyon has an ineffable element to it; you can see photos and video footage but none of that will truly do it justice. In my opinion, if you want to know ...
... had a detailed explanation of the problems/fixes, and set off a little before noon.
Coming into the Grand Canyon National Park we could see a storm heading towards us, forked lightning, dark clouds - the lot. We parked up and headed along the Rim Walk and, although pretty crowded at the start it wasn't long before we left most of the people behind (I suspect the rain helped with that). Before the holiday, Jill and I ...
... including Easy Rider and Gumball Rally). We almost drove right up to the foot of them before taking a long and winding loop road that would eventually get back to the 89 again. On this road were many ancient Pueblo remains (Wupatki being the most famous) and the well known Sunset Crater from a volcanic eruption I don't know how many thousands of years before. We had been seeing a lot of volcanic ash, rocks and lava flows around here for miles and miles.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking