Arizona 9 Motor Hotel
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What great day. We spent last night in Williams Arizona one of the towns that route 66 runs right through.
On my morning walk, I took a few photos of some of the town including the Grand Canyon train that runs from Williams, AZ to the south rim of the Grand Canyon. Mike and I had originally planned on taking this train but then decided we'd see more, and be able to do more, if we drove into the park ...
... the same owners so you could use the pool facilities. You just had to call and they would come and collect you on a golf cart to take you to the hotel. The girls thought this was great fun as we whizzed along.
After our swim we headed into town for some exploring, the towns main road was full of quaint little shops and bars and it just happened to be the famous Route 66 that runs through this little town.
We found a great diner to have ...
... out the Wuptaki National Monument as we headed down US-89, because we somehow gained an hour when we crossed into Arizona. We thought that Arizona was on Mountain Time just like Utah, but it was now an hour earlier. It turns out that Arizona IS on Mountain Time, it just doesn't observe Daylight Savings Time. So the result is that in the summer it follows Pacific Time, and in the winter it follows mountain ...
... on the first shuttle bus back to the lodge and back to the jeep and left at 8:00pm. We were hungry and decided to get some pizza in the little town of Tusayan, AZ at "Canyon Pizza". We arrived just in front of a crowd and were able to eat and leave quickly, but not before swinging through Wendy's to get frostys for dessert. We headed back to the campground on the 60 mile drive and arrived home at 11:00pm. Wow, what a day and we saw so much. Signing off at 11:55pm, ...
... we had to take.
From there you are going increasingly higher and higher through the mountains. They are stark but they are so beautiful.
We took our time on the trip and were happy to travel around 60 -65 mph while the speed limit on the road was 75 mph. This meant we were being passed by just about everyone, huge 18 wheelers included.
You can turn off at Kingman and follow the famous Route 66 to Williams where we ...