Simply the most legendary highway of all times, period. Get a fast car, pump some Ratt, Dokken, Van Halen, Dio, Keel, Van Hagar, Judas Priest, Bon Jovi, Whitesnake......And let it go, forever!
My best friend and myself decided we needed a road trip. so he bought a 1970 Vista Cruiser Station Wagon (looks just like the one on That 70's Show) and we met up in Chicago for the start of this adventure. I would recommend buying a turn by turn spiral bound map book for this adventure. Without the book, we... 更多
Well, not really unknown...I travel this on the weekdays home when the I-40 traffic is too much for fun. I like to hit the "musical portion" just as you enter Tijeras. What a great way to see the sights of NM and the tiny towns along the way. It is usually a drive to work for me but I make... 更多
I've ridden Route 66 twice both times with Gary 'Bear' Fleshman the tour guide with Orange & Black the Harley Davidson approved tour company. The Tour is very well organised and Bear is a walking encyclopaedia of Route 66 trivia. His choice of attractions hits all the places you have seen and heard in films, books and songs. The bikes... 更多
Nothing like travelling along a piece of history. Interesting to see the old highway. It's a shame that it has not been maintained in some places. Put plenty of places to stop along the way and take pictures
We drove the entire length of Route 66 across Albuquerque from the casino out to the zoo. It was full of quaint vintage diners and some not so nice areas. It was definitely on our list of things to do while we were out this way.
Route 66 is Central Blcd through Albuquerque. There are shops, restaraunts, etc. and it's very busy on Friday nights. It goes right through the heart of downtown.
If you do nothing else in your life, do this trip. I loved every mile and there are a lot of them. The small towns you visit are probably the best ie Pontiac, Springfield, Fanning - loved 'em all.