The unofficial (one hour away) entrance to Grand Canyon National Park lies on Route 66 in the form of Williams, AZ. Late 19th century buildings are filled with turquoise jewelry, old saddles and Stetons.
Route 66 Adventures: On the Mother Road in Texas
Get a free 72 ounce steak, explore the second largest canyon in the nation and see on the most iconic roadside attractions on Route 66 Texas!
The Arizona Route 66 Museum At The Powerhouse In Kingman, Arizona
The Arizona Route 66 Museum is located upstairs in Kingman, Arizona’s Historic Powerhouse, the very building that lit the way for the earliest Route 66 travelers. It opened in May 2001 to depict the historical evolution of travel along Route 66.
Route 66 was born in 1927. For fifty years, it headed west for 2,297 miles, beginning at the intersection of Michigan Avenue and Jackson Parkway in Chicago, and terminating at the foot of the Amusement Pier in Santa Monica, California. The road traversed eight states - Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and California..
A Road Trip Down Historic Route 66 (35 Photos) - Suburban Men
Think classic American road trip and the name Route 66 will undoubtedly come up sooner rather than later, and for good reason. As one of the most historic and popular highways in North America (and dare we say the world), Route 66 has gone through a series of changes since its inception in 1926, going from ultimate ‘Mother Road’ to one that arguably offers an opportunity for small businesses to attach their name to as a means for survival.
Frank Romeo Art
Shop for artwork by Frank Romeo. Purchase canvas prints, framed prints, tapestries, posters, greeting cards, and more. Freedom. Adventure. Route 66 and the Open Road. Plus other stuff. The Fine Art photography of Frank Romeo. I was a 40-something accountant who was downsized (fired) one too many times. After the last company I worked for went under in 2001, I hit th...