Name the ultimate road trip? I’d say Route 66. No other road in the world can claim celebrity status like the iconic route from Chicago to Los Angeles. The fame is well-deserved as the old road is more than just pavement. Consider it as a drivable path of American history, and it’s right there for you to explore. Go get your kicks on Route 66.
Driving Route 66 will take you off the beaten track, and there is much to see, do and eat. Yep, food is an essential part of driving Route 66, and so is music. If you want to go, you can try some of the sections or drive the complete route in one trip. Don’t know which sections to try? A great appetizer could be the section in Arizona from Kingman to Holbrook. This is where you’ll find the Hackberry General Store, the Meteor Crater and the must-try Wigwam Motel, just to mention a few attractions. I’ve also done sections of Route 66 in California, New Mexico, Texas, and Oklahoma. I’m not exaggerating saying there’s an abundance of attractions along the route in these states. Route 66 is not shown on ordinary maps, and there are only few signs along the route. It’s not a hassle though. You can do a little preplanning with the help of websites dedicated to Route 66. But first, check out my Route 66 Photo Gallery.
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