Williams Grand Canyon Travelodge
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Well, it's cheap enough, especially if there are a few staying,
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... in the car and drive as far as we can because on Wed. we want to be in San Bernadino in order to meet our family in LA. for the celebration weekend of our grand daughter; Grace's graduation from USC on Thursday. I will try and do a blog from San Beradino if I can but we are staying in a Wigwam and who knows even if there will be a bath room! So until you hear from us again know we are cruising along. ...
Today we depart Vegas after one more exhibition of breakfast gluttony at La Village Buffet. Paris was a great host, can't wait to come back. Stopped at the Hoover Dam - no matter how many times I visit, I'm always impressed. It truly is a magnificent feat of engineering. Hoover Dam is 726 feet tall and 1,244 feet long. At its base, the dam is 660 feet thick. ...
... to stay. However because we would be getting to our destination when it was getting dark and it was our first time to "hook up" with this vehicle we opted to keep to the freeway. On our return, if we happen to come this way the Route 66 drive is a must.
Williams is the place where you can board the train for a great trip to the Grand Canyon.
There is a Cowboy show prior to boarding the train and entertainment on the way there ...
... and took loads of pictures but decided to crack on to see if we might get to Williams on Route 66 by nightfall.
We pushed south on Route 93. Mid afternoon we got hungry and stopped at Rosie's Den Cafe which was a really interesting place with very nice people running it - next door was the smallest church I'd ever seen!
Eventually we joined the I-40 at Kingman and began (what seemed) the endless slog to Williams. ...
... service to take us to the end point of the South Rim Hermits Rest with the intention of walking down. We did a couple of hours of walking with the most amazing views and the Nat Parks Dept has the system so well set up and easy to negotiate. We decided to skip a few sections and bus them in anticipation of a swim back at the hotel at the end of the day. On the way back I had my first turn at driving....pretty scary and requires constant attention. WE HAD THE BEST DAY ...