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  • 1.

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    AZ-64 & Us Highway 180

    One of two Hanna Barbara-sanctioned Flintstone-themed amusement parks (the other is in South Dakota), this fun-for-all-ages prehistoric playground features a whole park full ...

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    233 N Grand Canyon Blvd

    This is hands-down the most adventurous way to travel to the Canyon. It will take you from grassy meadows to mountain passes, and back into history. Trains depart from historic Williams ...

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    200 W Railroad Ave

    Take a relaxing, private tour from Marvelous Marv, locally known as the "Indiana Jones of the Grand Canyon." Marv will pick up four-14 guests from Williams or Tusayan accommodations, then ...

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    141 E Railroad Ave

    Located in Williams' oldest building, this Mexican cantina calls itself the town's funnest restaurant, and you may very well agree. Sonoran-style Mexican and Southwestern cuisine are ...

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    301 E Route 66

    This casual, family-friendly spot is so well-known for its food and hospitality that it has been written up in the Houston (Texas) Chronicle . Steaks and slow-roasted ...

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    Highway 64

    Enjoy a helicopter ride over the vast expanse of the close by Grand Canyon. One of the seven wonders of the world, you will discover the Tower of Ra, the Apollo Temple and the ever-changing drama and mystical color of the ...

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    200 W Railroad Ave

    Covering more than 55,000 acres, this second-largest canyon in northern Arizona is a scenic wonder well worth exploring. Home to mountain lions, black bear and Arizona's state ...

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    125 W Route 66

    A slightly odd combination of traditional American fare and Asian dishes makes this the perfect place when you do not know what you want to eat. Breakfast is served until 11am, and then the lunch crowd ...

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    301 W Route 66

    This establishment's big claim to fame is that it holds the state's longest continuous liquor license, but that is not the only reason to drop by this historic property. Though it may not be as globally ...

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    200 W Railroad Ave

    Travel to the north side of Bill's Mountain in Williams to take in a little skiing. You won't find hi-tech trappings, just small-town appeal and a great time for families and beginners ...