Motel 6 Williams East - Grand Canyon
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMotel 6 Williams East - Grand Canyon
Neat, clean on route 66. About 40 minutes to Grand Canyon
Standard motel room otherwise.
Would definitely recommend for a early morning rise to see the canyon fully.
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... It was a blip on the radar screen though, and I was up and ready for the canyon. You climb down a ladder three flights to get in this canyon, which in many places was so narrow you had to walk single file. The walls, carved over time by flash floods, looked like waves of sand, sculpted in the most amazing shapes. It is a photographers dream for sure, and I took about four hundred shots, believe it or not! ...
... in 1881, Williams was the last Route 66 town in the USA to be bypassed by Interstate 40 in 1984. We decided to take a hike in the forest up to see some snow, which the kiddos enjoyed by having a snowball fight! The hike worked up an appetite so we had dinner at Cruiser's Route 66 Cafe. I couldn't pass up the 'Ultimate Porker Burger!' It was everything the name ...
... high & dry in the desert tonight. Had a great natter with my folks, before packing up our old kit bags. Once packed and ready to roll, Andy announces there are a couple of geo-caches in our vicinity. It was bound to happen at some point, and with time on our hands we found both caches before setting off. He found #6 by the Butterfield stage coach, this had been the tiniest of our finds & found #7 behind teepee no.4 at the Wigwam Village, hidden amongst the prickly ...
We had to check out of the Las Vegas RV Resort by midday so after we got up we made the most of the pool and had a little swim. Once we'd packed up and decoupled from the hookups and planned our route. We were keeping an open mind on ultimate destination but somewhere in Arizona via the Hoover Dam was the aim.
We plodded though the outskirts of Vegas and were soon back in the "real" desert again. Before long we came over the brow of ...
I let Holbrook this morning for the trip to Williams, Arizona. After pausing briefly to take a snap of Holbrook's Wigwam Motel, one of the two that remain from an original group of seven along Route 66 and sister to the one I'll be staying in when I get to San Bernardino, I hit the open road which meant a fair bit of interstate driving for the first section today. I exited I-40 at Joseph City, a place that has lost all of its Route 66 tourist ...