Williams Grand Canyon Travelodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Well, it's cheap enough, especially if there are a few staying,
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So we ended up skipping Monument Valley after all, a bit of a shame as I know a couple of us did want to see it, but there is always next time I guess. We just didn't have enough time with the lack of sleep that we have all had.
Have ended up making another trip to the Grand Canyon this morning for the sunrise, it was freezing cold, I …
Today's post may or may not be the last post for a few days, not sure when I'll get wifi reception next. The next few days we have no idea where we are going to sleep, we are just going to take each day as it comes. We headed towards Hoover dam first thing in the morning. Left at about 9am, leaving a few hours later than planned, as well as some …
... and asked if we wanted a menu, We informed her we didn't and knew what to order there & then, quick and easy. Although it was busy, we did not have to wait too long for our meals; I had the most succulent large cut of ribeye with bourbon & mushroom sauce & Andy had the half rack of ribs in bourbon sauce, I had another cocktail strawberry cruiser camikazi, sampled earlier. Once stuffed we were more than content to go back to our room to chill out and let our ...
... along and over R66 to a height of about 80ft - I was not happy up there I can tell you (read: screamed like a child).
We had a bit more of a wonder around town and looked in some gift shops, then went to get an ice cream at the "Dairy Queen". What a delightful place, we hope the photos we took do it justice.
We turned in because we needed to get to the train station early to buy tickets for trip to Grand Canyon.
... of Williams set on historic Route 66. The last few miles of the drive on route 66 did feel special somehow, and that was without either of us really knowing anything of its history.
After checking in at our motel (Super 8) we were told of a Wild West Shootout happening in the town so we went down to watch that. It was quite good, aimed at tourists and to entertain kids but it was still good to watch and was a bit like being in the movies.
After the show ...