Best Value Inn Flagstaff

822 West Route 66, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86001-6261, United States
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Williams to L.A

by klh709

Hi,thankyou for my replies.
We have 2 days and one night to travel from Williams to L.A.
What are the best bits to see between these destinations?

many thanks

RE: Williams to L.A

by Jamesr3939

My choice would be to see Hoover Dam and take the tour. Then spend the night in Las Vegas and then on to LA the next day.

You could also go down to Lake Havasu and see London Bridge, but unless you have a boat there isn't much else to do.

Grand Canyon isn't really an option as you would be back tracking and have a really long drive from any place to LA.

Travel Tips for Flagstaff

Find a dirt road! Especially...

by keeneye

Find a dirt road! Especially if you have a truck, or 4x4 vehicle. Dirt roads are everywhere around Flagstaff, and they lead to some of the areas most valued treasures. So, I'm not going to tell you what, or where they are, finding them will be half the fun!
I dont recommend this in the winter, as most primitive roads are impassable. Bring lots of water, food, a map, and a friend. Stay on main roads, tread lightly, and be aware of weather, and surroundings. Good luck!
I will give one hint. 'Woody Mountain' The beautiful location, clean air, great locals, general vibe of my hometown. The wonderful scent of moist aspens changing colors in the Inner Basin of the San Fransisco Peaks.

Downtown Flagstaff Historic District 1890

by Yaqui

On the way from Sedona, we stopped and explored. All my boys wanted to do first was eat so I made the command decision to stop and look for a restaurant. As we strolled around, we eventually came to a restaurant in the Weatherford. Yet, as we were looking around for that bite to eat, my family thought the old down town area was wonderful. It does my heart good to see that so many cities are maintaining their heritage or at least trying to revitalize them. I love exploring them. You could see many shops, art galleries, restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques and so much more. Lots of college kids roaming around and enjoying the outdoors.

Visit the Flagstaff Visitor Center and Amtrak Station
(Historic Train Station 1926)
One East Route 66
Flagstaff, Az 86001

For more information!

Just off of Route 66, turn onto Leroux St. or San Francisco St.

Most people go to Sedona,...

by Diana_P

Most people go to Sedona, which is about an hour's drive south of Flagstaff (and a beautiful scenic drive at that.) Sedona has nice scenery and hiking, but the town is pure tourist trap. What you want to do is go a little further south to a small town called Jerome, on the side of Prescott Mountain. This is an old mining town with only about 3-400 people who live there. The shops are tourist taps, but the locals are colorful -- a lot of artists and old hippies. And in the summer, the whole main street is lined with Harleys! Of course, there a few bars (the running joke is half the town's in the bars and the other half are in rehab). The ONE to go to is the Spirit Room. And say hello to the bartender with the long gray hair named George (he's off Fridays and Mondays I believe.) I haven't been there in many years (lived there briefly in 95-96) but you can tell him Diana recommended the spot (the nurse who used to live on Second Street). Speaking of streets, some of them are made of stone, and there are some hairpin turns and intersections where you have to look into mirrors to see if there is any oncoming traffic. Very eclectic and the sunset view of the Verde Valley is stunning. My highest recommendation, but then I am biased to the place.

To get to the scenic Little...

by brdwtchr

To get to the scenic Little Colorado Overlook there is a fence to funnel visitors through the row of stalls where indian jewelry is for sale. I almost included this as a tourist trap. It is not a trap if you want to stop and shop for souvenirs. On the Navajo reservation there are many such places to stop and buy souvenirs along side of the road. Many of the silver beaded necklaces looked very similar. I spoke to a Native American Indian lady here about that. She said she goes to rock shows to buy the stones and her uncle is a silver smith. She then strings the silver beads and stones to make necklaces and bracelettes. They were very pretty and the prices were good. I got Becky a necklace here for $6.

A concept that I really liked...

by Wenasje

A concept that I really liked was the one from the Beaver Street Brewery: good food with home brewed beer. Even though I'm not much of beer drinker, I thought the combination was great! For their menu visit: www.beaverstreetbrewery.com

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Address: 822 West Route 66, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86001-6261, United States