Historic Route 66 Williams, Arizona

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

After our quick stop at the Hoover Dam to take pictures, we then took a 3 hour road trip to Williams Arizona. We didn't head straight to the Grand Canyon National Park from the Hoover Dam because I don't want my husband to get too tired from driving. I'm useless 'cause I can't drive. So we stopped by this historic place for the night.

Historic Route 66 Williams, Arizona Travel Blog

I'm amazed how they could cut off mountains to give way to interstate roads.

Historic Route 66 Williams, Arizona Travel Blog

Pine trees welcomed us after our exit from the interstate road.

Historic Route 66 Williams, Arizona Travel Blog
Historic Route 66 Williams, Arizona Travel Blog
Historic Route 66 Williams, Arizona Travel Blog
Historic Route 66 Williams, Arizona Travel Blog
Historic Route 66 Williams, Arizona Travel Blog
Historic Route 66 Williams, Arizona Travel Blog
Historic Route 66 Williams, Arizona Travel Blog
Historic Route 66 Williams, Arizona Travel Blog

Quaint, isn't it?

Historic Route 66 Williams, Arizona Travel Blog

TIP

If you happen to visit this small town at Williams Arizona, don't miss Rod's Steak House. They serve really good steaks in there. It's me and my husband's new best as of saying. :D I'm amazed how thick it was cut as compared to normal cutting but evenly and perfectly cooked. I love it even if one serving is too much for both of us. :)

Me and my husband stayed at the Travelodge Williams Grand Canyon for one night and then drove off to the Grand Canyon National Park the next day. However if you're interested to ride the train to the Grand Canyon you might want to check The Grand Canyon Railway's website at  : http://www.thetrain.com/. The train route starts from Williams Arizona to the Grand Canyon and vice versa.

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