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This city has such a historic and nostalgic feel to the day when Route 66 was the most famous drive thru the country. There is a quaint innocent feel to this small town. It's fun to look at the memorabilia shops and eat at their...More
We didn't get out and walk around but did cruise up and down the main streets in the historic district taking in the sights and old buildings. Bustling place compared to Seligman where we spent the night.
I was in Ash Fork yesterday and it’s a shame they have not capitalized on their Route 66 heritage the way Williams have done. Of course Williams has the traffic going to and from the Grand Canyon plus the railway and Ash Fork does not...More
This is a must see- so quaint and everything you could need to make a perfect stop by. You just have to see it. I wasn't sure what to expect but I was thrilled. Managed to get a Route 66 bauble for our Xmas tree...More
We did the historic route 66 from east to west and were overwhelmed by this cute and nice little town Williams. Like in the 50/60's, really. Of course there are many tourist traps and gift shops but that was fine for us, it's even somehow...More
Read about this town in a route 66 book. The last town to be by-passed by the interstate, many of the old motels, businesses, etc are just like they were from the 50s or 60s. Several good places to eat and some good shops as...More