Williams Grand Canyon Travelodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Well, it's cheap enough, especially if there are a few staying,
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We got to watch a little Western show again, the same Cowboys arguing about how they were going to rob the train. We then boarded the train and were greeted by our very informative coach guide (each coach had a person looking out for the guests and giving information about the canyon and places we passed along the way). We got to see the sleeping Indian mountains in the distance that is in the shape of a giant Indian resting ...
... straight, but there are rock formation after rock formation along its 64 mile length. Many of the formations from Valley of the Gods and Monument Valley are visible from the road, and we spent most of the morning stopping to take pictures. There are 2 actual parks called Valley of the Gods and Monument Valley, and both offer 17 mile scenic drives closer to the formations, but the Monument Valley road is gravel and ...
... We had ice cream in the cafe car to cool us down on our way back. Kathy with a K took care of us in our passenger car and kept the ride interesting. She gave us wonderful tips on how to beat the other 930 tourists that were on our train today to get the best photo's and the least crowded places. I highly recommend her, she is usually in C or D car.
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... br> The next waterfall that we saw was 'Little Navajo', that was recently created in 2008 because of a flash flood that removed 'Old Navajo'. The last waterfall we saw that day was 'Havasu Falls', that was 100 feet tall. When we arrived at the campground, Dan set up our tents for us and prepped dinner, while we explored the campground. We had chicken fajitas for dinner, and they were very delicious. I went to sleep early, because it was ...
... but we get through. Oatman is a delight, a western time warp with donkeys everywhere! We spend too much time browsing around, eating ice cream and chatting to the locals - but what a great place. It was worth the 30 miles detour (and thirty miles back) through mountain hairpins bends to get there on this old historic route 66 road.
A long 140 miles gets to our Super 8 hotel in Williams, which is on the edge ...