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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Motel Williams
Travel Blogs from Williams
... morning and then coming in late after being at the canyon still need to do their shopping. There is gift shop, after gift shop along the strip, all bearing the same stuff mostly, but the place is alive. It has a really brilliant vibe to it. We are so thankful we returned to Williams otherwise we would have missed a Route66 gem. The temperature has dropped dramatically though and as the evening gets later and later, we are so thankful for the hoodies. Gosh it is ...
... Mostly Route 66 memorabilia, with some western stuff and Grand Canyon stuff. The Native American Jewelry was especially good in one of the galleries. There were lots of restaurants and hotels, some new and some left over from the old days. We bought a couple of t-shirts and basically wandered around for the afternoon. We did make one stop at the Post Office to ship back ...
... and drive 2,5 hours to Williams. Especially the first part of the trip is amazing . Empty roads and beautiful scenery. Williams is on Route 66 which is a great bonus. Everyone has heard of it and it's awesome to actually be here . The next day we travel about 300 km to Jacob Lake. It's near Grand Canyon North Rim. A not so touristy part of the Grand Canyon. We do a bit of hiking and a lot of birdwatching , so Leonie is ...
... trip to the Grand Canyon, and he loves it. My second trip, and of course I am enjoying as well. We finished off the day with sunset at the rim, followed by dinner at El Tovar, the historic park lodge and our one night pulling out all the stops for a fancy dinner. Perfect! Only it got better...I had planned it so we could leave dinner and do some stargazing afterwards, as the Grand Canyon has really dark skies and ...
... s as we traveled across the USA.
Each trip in the Fred Harvey car included greetings by our hostess, a pleasant brunch with beverages, and entertainment. Our return trip included a train robbery complete with 3 masked men and a sheriff! Of course, we don't want to forget the delightful young photographer who took our picture celebrating our 46th Wedding Anniversary!