Day 1 Visit  Chicago

Chicago is an architecturally beautiful city, and it’s nice to stroll and see the modernist-style buildings of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Chicago must do breakfast at Lou Mitchels, tour the Navy Pier, and take photos with The Bean and the Start and End Sign on Route 66.

Day 2 Chicago to Bloomington

Traveling from Bloomington to Chicago on Route 66, you'll encounter an array of unique attractions, including the iconic Route 66 Hall of Fame Museum in Pontiac, showcasing memorabilia and vintage artifacts. Along the way, don't miss the towering Gemini Giant in Wilmington, a classic example of kitschy roadside Americana and a perfect photo opportunity.

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Day 3 Bloomington to St. Louis

Traveling from Bloomington to St. Louis on Route 66, you'll encounter charming historic towns, classic diners, and iconic landmarks like the Cozy Dog Drive-In and the Old Chain of Rocks Bridge.

Day 4 Springfield do St. Louis

Traveling from Springfield to St. Louis on Route 66 offers a nostalgic journey through historic landmarks, charming diners, and iconic attractions like the old Chain of Rocks Bridge.

Day 5 Bristow to Springfield

Leaving Oklahoma behind, getting to know Missouri.  Distance: 213 miles. A lot to visit today, so get up early!

Today a short trip of 160 miles.  It is not strange to be caught by a strorm and even, a tornado!

Day 6 Clinton to Bristow


Day 7 Amarillo to Clinton

Traveling from Amarillo to Clinton on Route 66, you'll encounter the iconic Cadillac Ranch, vintage diners, and the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum, a journey steeped in Americana nostalgia.

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