Top 10 Stops on Route 66 - Visit America
Top tourist attractions, cities and Towns on Route 66. The Mother Road is calling and there are 2400 miles of roadway and America to see. Here we give our ten favorite towns and cities to visit on Route 66. If you are driving, riding your bike with friends or just taking an RV across the country Route 66 will show you America like no other road trip can.
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1. Chicago, IL
2. Springfield, IL
3. St. Louis, IL
4. Oklahoma City, OK
5. Amarillo, TX
6. Santa Fe, NM
7. Flagstaff, AZ
8. Williams AZ & The Grand Canyon
9. The little towns along Route 66
10. Los Angeles, CA
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New Mexico locally is a state situated in the southwestern area of the United States of America. It was admitted to the Union as the 47th state on January 6, 1912. It is typically viewed as one of the Mountain States. New Mexico is fifth by range, the 36th-most crowded, and the 6th slightest thickly populated of the 50 United States.
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Gila National Forest,
Taos Ski Valley,
Continental Divide Trail,
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Historic Route 66 - Blue Swallow Motel / Tucumcari, New Mexico
Tucumcari, NM is home to some classic Rte. 66 locations. This is one of them...
Top 10 most secluded towns in United States of America. Some Footage from FreewayJim
Top 10 most secluded towns in America.
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Stepping Out of My Comfort Zone | Hot Air Balloon Ride in New Mexico | Family Travel Vlog 15
When I decided to go on a trip to Gallup, New Mexico I honestly didn't know what to expect. From the incredible landscape to the kindness of the community, Gallup proved to be a hidden gem for travelers in the United States looking for an authentic travel experience.
Not only did I face my fears and step out of my comfort zone by traveling without the family, I also faced my fears trying something I never thought I would do. While I can't say I loved the Hot Air Balloon ride, I am proud that I pushed myself to try it.
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60 Second Spotlight Las Vegas, NM
60 Second Spotlight – Las Vegas, New Mexico - It’s all about authenticity in the “Original” Las Vegas! From historic Harvey Houses and Pecos National Historical Park, travel writer Debbie Stone shares her adventures in historic Las Vegas, a Northern New Mexico destination that offers scenic beauty, rich history, eclectic architecture and a burgeoning art community. Read her article here:
8 Coolest Gas Stations In America
Many of the gas stations boast stunning architecture, some have historical significance, and others are simply works of art. Enjoy our list of the 8 Coolest Gas Stations In America.
ROUTE 66 / GALLUP NEW MEXICO
Fantastic little town on U.S.Route 66 in New Mexico. Get your kicks, but not on a Sunday. It's a dry town then.
Ruta 66 (Texas - Oklahoma - New Mexico)
Viaje de 11 días en coche a lo largo de la legendaria, inverosímil y mítica Ruta 66, a través de los estados de Texas, Oklahoma y New Mexico (Nuevo Méjico), de los Estados Unidos de América.
(Todos y cada uno de los pueblos/ciudades que se describirán a continuación, además de otros que no nombro y que forman parte del recorrido que describo, tienen su encanto personal y atracciones turísticas de mayor o menor índole que no describiré, pero que son fáciles de buscar en Google).
La ruta empieza en la ciudad de DALLAS (edificio del sixth floor, desde donde asesinaron a J.F.K.), continuando por la interestatal 35 hacia OKLAHOMA CITY (monumento en honor al atentado terrorista de 1995) y a partir de ese momento alternando la Interestatal 40 con la original RUTA66 se pasa por los pueblos de El Reno, Clinton, Elk City, AMARILLO (Palo Duro Canyon y el Restaurante The Big Texan), Vega, Adrian, Glenrio (pueblo en la frontera de TX y NM totalmente abandonado), San Jon, TUCUMCARI y Clines Corners. En este punto nos desviamos hacia SANTA FE (casas de adobe) por la 285, abandonando la Ruta66 original, para luego retomar la interestatal 25, pasando por Bernardillo, para bajar a ALBUQUERQUE (equipo beisbol de los isótopos).
En este hito se abandona por completo la Ruta66 para visitar los puntos más enigmáticos de Nuevo Méjico. Se va de ALBUQUERQUE siguiendo la interestatal 25, pasando por Belen hasta SOCORRO, punto donde nos derivamos por la 380 (previa visita al Trinity Site, lugar del lanzamiento de la primera bomba atómica), hasta Carrizozo, para luego enlazar con la 54 hasta ALAMOGORDO y de ahí por la 70 hasta el desierto de de las Arenas Blancas y la zona de pruebas de misiles.
Posteriormente se volverá por la 70, pasando por Ruidoso, hasta ROSWELL (museo del OVNI), y de ahí se emprenderá el camino por la 285 hasta CARLSBAD, para visitar las quilométricas grutas del poblado. Una vez recorridas las mismas se seguirá bajando por la 285 hasta Pecos para coger la interestatal 20 a lo largo de los estados de New Mexico y Texas hasta llegar nuevamente a Dallas. Por el camino se podrán divisar numerosas torres petrolíferas en activo y en el pueblo de ODESSA un crater cubierto, producido por la caida de un meteorito.
Espero que se animen y se atrevan con esta aventura. Sobretodo recomiendo que se vayan parando en los moteles, gasolineras y estaciones de servicio fantasmas que existen a lo largo de la original Ruta66, a la hora del atardecer, la sensación de frío y la acústica del lugar, es propia de una película de miedo, terror, horror y pánico.
11 days journey by car along the legendary and mythical Route 66, through the states of Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico, United States of America. (Each and every one of the towns/cities that are described below, in addition to others not named and which form part of the route, have their personal charm and touristic attractions of greater or lesser nature I won´t describe, but that are easy to find on Google).
The route begins in the city of Dallas (Sixth floor Museum, where J.F.K was murdered) along the I35 toward Oklahoma City (monument in honor of the terrorist attack in 1995) alternating I40 with the original Route 66 is passed by the villages El Reno, Clinton, Elk City, AMARILLO (Palo Duro Canyon, The Big Texan restaurant), Vega, Adrian, Glenrio (village on the border of Texas and New Mexico totally abandoned), San Jon, TUCUMCARI and Clines Corners.
At this point we detour to Santa Fe (adobe houses) for the road 285, leaving the original route, then return to the I25 to go to ALBUQUERQUE (Isotopes baseball team).
In Albuquerque we leave completely the Route 66 to visit the most interesting villages of New Mexico. From Albuquerque, following by I25, passing through Belen and Socorro, we took the road 380 (previously visiting the Trinity Site, location of the first atomic bomb launch), until Carrizozo where we took the road 54 to Alamogordo and from there by the road 70 to the White Sands Desert and the Military missile tests Area.
Then again by the road 70, through Ruidoso, to Roswell (UFO'S museum) and taking the road 285 to Carlsbad, to visit the caves of the village. Once visited the caves continuing by the road 285 to Pecos to take the i20 throughout the states of Texas and New Mexico until again arrive to Dallas. In this way you can see a lot of oil towers and in the village of Odessa a meteorite crater.
I hope that you dare with this adventure. Specially I recommend you to stop at motels and petrol station abandoned along the original Route 66.
When dusk the cold feeling and environmental sounds are typical of a fear and terror movie or film.
Wigwam Motel - California Route 66!
Hey guys! I'm Veronica Hill with California Travel Tips and I'm really excited to show you a tour of the Wigwam Motel in San Bernardino/Rialto on California Route 66!
This Route 66 motel, a beloved relic in San Bernardino since 1949, is the last of three remaining Wigwam motels in the country. (The other two are in Kentucky and Arizona).
Designed by Frank Redford in the Native American style, the Wigwam motels on Route 66 have long been a favorite pilgrimage for Mother Road enthusiasts and are among the best Route 66 attractions. Each concrete teepee boasts updated amenities that include new Serta beds, free WiFi, flat screen TVs and refrigerators. Coffee is available in the lobby. While you're there, be sure to say hi to Kumar Patel, the motel's owner and a passionate Route 66 expert and preservationist.
During your stay, you can take a dip in the kidney-shaped swimming pool, grill up a burger on the barbecue, or explore nearby attractions that include the site of the first McDonald's restaurant (now a Route 66 museum) or the Auto Club Speedway. If you can, time your visit for the annual Route 66 Rendezvous, held here each September.
Fun Fact: The Cozy Cone Motel in Cars Land at Disneyland California Adventure was inspired by the Wigwam Motel in San Bernardino / Rialto and Holbrook, Arizona and the Blue Swallow Motel in Tucumcari, New Mexico. The cozy name comes from the Cozy Dog Drive-In in Springfield, Illinois.
2728 E Foothill Blvd, San Bernardino, CA 92410
The Rialto Wigwam Motel does not have a restaurant, so if you want to go out to eat, owner Kumar Patel recommends the following restaurants in San Bernardino:
1) Burger Mania: 124 W. Foothill Blvd., Rialto, CA 92376; (909) 874-5171;
2) Brothers Pizza: 142 E. Foothill Blvd., Rialto, CA 92376; (909) 874-1987;
3) Mitla Cafe (One of the oldest Mexican restaurants in Southern California and birthplace of the Taco Bell chain!) : 602 N. Mt Vernon Ave., San Bernardino, CA; (909) 888-0460. No website.
Tip: *Downtown* San Bernardino can be a bit rough, so use caution at night. The location of the motel is perfectly safe.
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