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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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We're in the quaint little town of Williams which is the sort of jump off point for the Grand Canyon excursions.The hotel we stayed in has the reputation of being the oldest hotel in Arizona.
We chose here as we really want to experience nature at it's best. The pictures I've seen so far are awesome.
We booked a train for tomorrow, …
... before you get there is 50 miles from Rachel. Definitely need to fill up before you go. There is a little bar and motel there called The Little Al'e'Inn (get it?) which serves beers and food and also has a few trailers to stay in. We got there about 3 and whilst the community was fantastic and there were obviously really into it, we decided not to stay and just to head to Kingman back on the route. We bought some souvenirs and ...
... gift shop. I had wrongly worn my shorts, although there were no clouds in the sky and the sun was shining brightly, the cold crisp wind whistling past was freezing, so after a quick restroom visit we headed back to the car to defrost my legs. On way out of the canyon region we passed a convoy of highway police, something must have been going on for so many to be going past. 11.30am back on the forever winding pine lined road to find our way back on to Route ...
... survived by catering to the people that want to drive the old historic Route 66. When the last miners left they released their now redundant donkeys (burros), and the town is now well known for these donkeys coming into town every day, from the hills where they live, looking for food and drink. Soon after leaving this quaint old town we spotted something running towards us on the road. It turned out to be a Roadrunner, unfortunately we ...
... br> Home we came to enjoy the rest of the late afternoon.
SUNDAY 5/4-Today is our last day in Arizona and it was our relaxing and my cleaning and washing day. We have a good breeze (always) so the windows are open and watching golf. We have discovered the following in Arizona: Houses usually have block or stucco fences not for privacy but to help with the winds and blowing sand; Dry creekbeds are called Washes; There is always wind and windy ...