Best Things To Do on Turquoise Trail from Albuquerque to Santa Fe, NM
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Best Things To Do on Turquoise Trail from Albuquerque to Santa Fe, NM

The Turquoise Trail is a scenic route full of great attractions that starts about 30 miles from Alburquerque and links this city with Santa Fe, New Mexico. Actually, this route starts in Tijeras and ends in San Marcos. Therefore, Tijeras, Cedar Crest, Madrid, and Cerrillos are the most important places to visit. This article tells…

Unique Places to Visit in California for the Ultimate Road Trip
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Unique Places to Visit in California for the Ultimate Road Trip

Are you plotting a road trip through California? If you’d rather visit hidden gems rather than the main tourist highlights, chances are you’re currently on the lookout for unique places to check out during your trip. From whacky metal statues in the desert to volcanic bubbling mud pots and caves hidden amid pinnacles, these are…

The Ultimate California Bucket List for Nature Lovers

The Ultimate California Bucket List for Nature Lovers

Home to some of the most incredible natural wonders in the United States, the Sunshine State is easily one of the most beautiful destinations in the world to travel through if you love awe-inspiring views and outdoor adventures. Mighty peaks, vast deserts, idyllic alpine lakes, and endless forests are just a few of the landscapes…

How to Plan a Death Valley Day Trip from Las Vegas
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How to Plan a Death Valley Day Trip from Las Vegas

Death Valley, a visit to the California desert Death Valley is a desert and a National Park located in southeastern California, about 240 kilometers west of Las Vegas, and a must-visit place for travelers on Route 66, Las Vegas, or the West Coast of the United States. Check out the Moon Death Valley National Park…

Petrified Forest National Park: Quick Guide + Itinerary
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Petrified Forest National Park: Quick Guide + Itinerary

Today, we will go back a few thousand years, and we will visit the Petrified Forest National Park. A must-visit place for Route 66 travelers visiting Arizona and the American West Coast. Here is the complete Guide to Route 66 with village-by-town information from Chicago to Los Angeles. What is the Arizona Petrified National Park?…

The Best Travel Insurance for Route 66 + 7% OFF
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The Best Travel Insurance for Route 66 + 7% OFF

We continue to create useful content for your Route 66 road trip. If you have reached this post, you have already quite advanced the planning of Route 66. And you know it’s imperative to travel with travel insurance. This post will tell you the best travel insurance for Route 66: the different insurance types and…

20 Spots You Should Visit on Route 66 from Chicago to LA
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20 Spots You Should Visit on Route 66 from Chicago to LA

The American Highway 66, also known as the “Mother Road,” or just Route 66, is a highway from Chicago to LA. It existed for around 50 years before it was decommissioned in 1985. This blog post will highlight some of the most scenic spots you should visit when driving on Route 66, from Chicago to…

15 Ghost Towns on Route 66 + MAP
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15 Ghost Towns on Route 66 + MAP

You will find several ghost towns in almost 4000 kilometers of Route 66. Some of them are actually abandoned ghost towns, others have very few inhabitants, and others have transformed themselves into tourist attractions. Check Out: EZ66, Route 66 Travel Guide Amazon Route 66: Ghost Towns and Roadside Relics In this post, we will tell…

Route 66 What to See from St Louis, MO to Bloomington, Il
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Route 66 What to See from St Louis, MO to Bloomington, Il

Are you one step away from completing Route 66 or just starting your journey? In today’s post, you’ll find what to do and visit from St. Louis to Bloomington (or vice versa). If you start in St Louis, Missouri. You must visit the Chain of Rocks Bridge and the city of St Louis, and you…

Best Things to Do from Springfield to St. Louis, MO on Route 66
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Best Things to Do from Springfield to St. Louis, MO on Route 66

Today we begin in Springfield to St. Louis, Missouri. There’s little to finish on Route 66! We’ve traveled at least 1,600 miles (probably more), and we still have 512 miles ahead to get to Chicago (counting today). The day after tomorrow, we will be entering Chicago. We are in the state of Missouri, and we…

Route 66 Road Trip, from Amarillo TX to Clinton OK
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Route 66 Road Trip, from Amarillo TX to Clinton OK

Today you start in Amarillo, Texas, and finish in Clinton, Oklahoma. Again you are going to cross from one state to another. Then, finally, you’ll enter the state of Oklahoma. Its slogan is “Native America.” Its name comes from two words of the Native Americans, and it means “red people.” As its slogan clearly says,…

Route 66 from Santa Rosa, NM to Amarillo, TX
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Route 66 from Santa Rosa, NM to Amarillo, TX

In today’s blog post, you’ll find all the information on road-tripping from Santa Rosa, NM, to Amarillo, TX. The best things to do and the best places to stop and visit. It’s a journey of 172 miles. You will pass through Tucumcari, Vega, and Adrian and arrive in Amarillo, Texas. Today you’ll cross the Midpoint….

Route 66, Stretch from Kingman, Az to Holbrook, Az
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Route 66, Stretch from Kingman, Az to Holbrook, Az

The best things to do between Kingman, Az, and Holbrook, Az, on Historic Route 66. You will drive across Arizona, “The Grand Canyon State,” on Route 66. You will visit the must-visit places like Kingman, Seligman, or Flagstaff. In addition, you will pass by some of the sites mentioned in the famous song “Get Your…

Route 66. What to see Between Amboy CA and Kingman AZ?
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Route 66. What to see Between Amboy CA and Kingman AZ?

In this post, we will discuss what to see in the section from Amboy, CA, to Kingman, AZ, on Route 66. It is a 143-mile stretch where we will cross from California to Arizona and enjoy the desert, ghost towns, and small charming towns. First, if you’re starting to organize your trip, read the Route…

Route 66, Best Things to do Between Los Angeles and Amboy
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Route 66, Best Things to do Between Los Angeles and Amboy

Today’s post will drive the stretch on Route 66 from Los Angeles to Amboy. It’s 209 miles to leisurely drive and sees some of the most famous attractions on Mother Road. At this moment, “Get your kicks on Route 66” makes a lot of sense. That is the title of Bobby Troup’s song. He composed…