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Affectionately dubbed the "Mother Road," this 2,400-mile route was the first all-weather, continuously paved highway linking Chicago and Los Angeles. The storied path is legendary for spawning America's signature roadside architecture and...more
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Travelled Route 66 during July 2019 and it was one adventure and sight to see after another, a stunning trail and so many things to do, will do it again to see other things again in the future, if your thinking of doing it, do...More
My husband and I spent a couple of hours here taking in all the old memorabilia and imagining how it must have been back in the day. This area has several shops and restaurants. It's about an hour from Grand Canyon so Coach buses swing...More
Amazing to see the old style signs for motels and businesses along this small stretch of Route 66.
Lots of great small businesses which offer some memorabilia or western goods. I am sure the prices are perhaps hiked up a little but why wouldn't you...More
This Rabbit Ranch, on the Route 66 things to do, was well worth the stop. It’s in an out of the reach place, middle of cornfields type, especially to us, from New York City, but we met Henry, and since we wtt have rabbits as...More
I’d been looking at our 7th road trip / holiday in America and had a few options. Route 66 was always a must do, however, the one way drop off fees from Chicago to LA would be expensive. Step forward British Airways! I booked flights...More
It was a most longest drive we had our life. But it was a very good experience. We visit old pubs,motels, hotels. enjoyed different kind of foods and drinks. After Chicago recommended to visit St. Louis and Dallas.You’ll find plaques on the walls of the...More
On our way to a half-way cross-country road trip to Texas from San Diego, we picked up Route 66 at Needles, CA. Because we were not sure where we will be stopping we did not book ahead for our hotel stays. We ended up taking...More
Hi Natalie, it's definitely possible to rent a car in Chicago for Route 66. We only did one day on Route 66 during our stay in Chicago but we were able to rent a car from Avis in Union Station. We returned the car to Avis... More
Hi Natalie, it's definitely possible to rent a car in Chicago for Route 66. We only did one day on Route 66 during our stay in Chicago but we were able to rent a car from Avis in Union Station. We returned the car to Avis at O'Hare airport at the end of the day. I'd imagine you'd be able to book places to stay as you travel along although we didn't do this. Obviously there's a chance that places are full if you're not booking in advance.