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So just keep that in mind today. This was a very popular Route 66 overnight stop and is still a great place to stop and sleep. There are no longer 2, motel rooms but there are still over 1, in the town.
Several of the Route 66 era motels are still operational, so there is no reason to have to stay in a chain hotel here. Today you really get to see the heart of New Mexico, with a chance to explore one or both of its main cities, Albuquerque and Santa Fe.
The route diverges today after Santa Rosa and you can decide to take the older and slower route through Santa Fe or the main Route 66 route used after which bypasses Santa Fe and cuts across downtown Albuquerque.
Albuquerque has the longest stretch of Route 66 of any city and has retained a number of Route 66 era buildings, signs, and restaurants. Whichever route you choose, both of these main cities are filled with worthwhile attractions. Today is also a good day to sample New Mexican dishes, basically any dish smothered in chile sauce, as you have loads of great options along the route today! The route splits into two alignments today west of Santa Rosa. An older loop goes to Santa Fe and the post route goes through downtown Albuquerque.
Alternative pre Santa Fe Route to Albuquerque: The Albuquerque and Santa Fe route are similar in terms of miles if you overnight in Santa Fe versus but the drive takes longer as the road requires slower driving. Also note that the Santa Fe route will obviously add additional miles and time to your trip as you still have to loop back to return to Route Those who want to avoid big cities will likely want to avoid downtown Albuquerque population over , You can take the alternative route to Santa Fe or jump on I after Tijeras to pass through both cities.
Santa Fe is not a large city but the one-way narrow streets, crowds, and limited downtown parking can make it a bit trying for those trying to navigate by car. You are better off parking and walking around in the central downtown area rather than trying to drive. Santa Rosa, Santa Fe, and Albuquerque have tons of popular and well-reviewed eateries. A number of them, especially in Santa Rosa and Albuquerque, have been operating since the Route 66 era. Be sure to try the green and red chile — they love to smother it on just about anything in New Mexico!
Having lived in Albuquerque, I have dozens of lodging recommendations feel free to ask if you want something specific and you can find more Route 66 Albuquerque motels and hotels in my prior post. But here are several options:. Today you have another full day to explore New Mexico. The route goes through small towns, Native American reservation lands, and crosses the Continental Divide. There are a lot of ghost towns along the route that were once popular Route 66 stops.
Acoma Pueblo is a short detour worth taking if you have not visited a Pueblo before. Gallup offers lots of historical buildings, a couple of museums, hiking opportunities, and even a bit of nightlife.
Today the two towns with the most options for dining are Grants and Gallup with a few located in smaller towns along the route. Ask for a quiet room and bring ear plugs just in case. Today, you pass through cities, towns, abandoned tourist attractions, and scenic landscapes as you head towards Williams.
Stops along the way include a petrified forest, a giant meteor crater, trading posts, and state parks. So be sure to check the local time once in Arizona, and note that it will actually change as you drive in and out of Navajo land!
Flagstaff is the largest city today with a population around 75, which you can take the Interstate through if you wish to skip exploring it. Big city avoiders may want to overnight in Winona instead.
Today you explore more of Arizona. You also begin driving the longest intact section of Route Today is purposely a short drive to allow time to detour to the Grand Canyon for those who wish to do so. If you are not visiting the Grand Canyon, this is a great day to relax and take it slow!
The highway goes through a number of old mining and Route 66 era tourist towns. Although most of these communities became ghost towns, many have again become Route 66 tourist towns and this is one of the more popular stretches of Route Take the time to enjoy your drive, the towns, and your final taste of Arizona. Drive slowly as you navigate some switchbacks and watch out for wild burros!
Today as you cross the state line into California, the time zones changes to the Pacific Time Zone. Be sure to check your watches and clocks. This is your final time zone change along Route Needles offers a mix of riverside resorts and chain motels. Campers have a lot of options here. Today you begin your exploration of California and your drive takes you through the hottest and most desolate landscape along Route 66 through the Mojave Desert.
Be sure to stock up on water and snacks, and fill up on fuel before leaving Needles. Some travelers and migrants would drive through the desert overnight to avoid the heat. Savor today as after San Bernardino, the historic Route 66 feel starts to disappear as you enter the Greater Los Angeles area and a long stretch of concrete jungle.
No big cities along the route today, although San Bernardino has a population of over , people. Basically once you get to San Bernardino you just outside the suburban and urban sprawl of Los Angeles and there are no more small towns. Today you might want to think ahead about when you want to stop for meals particularly breakfast and lunch and bring along some snacks as there are few places along certain stretches of the highway today between Needles and Barstow.
But there are several dining options in Barstow, Victorville, and San Bernardino. Today we recommend overnighting in San Bernardino but those wanting a shorter driving day, or those planning to make some detours, may want to overnight in Barstow.
The real end is very unexciting, so most people drive on to the Santa Monica pier for a much more fitting end to this epic road trip adventure. Along the way to the pier you pass through iconic places like Hollywood and Beverly Hills. At the end, say hello to the Pacific Ocean and after 2 weeks of dusty roads you may be feeling like a swim! If you have the full day, a relaxing day at the beach is an excellent way to spend your final day and a pleasant reprieve after driving over 2, miles across 8 states!
There is plenty to keep you busy in the Los Angeles area for several days if you have more time or you can start a new journey and explore further afield in California.
There is nothing quite like the asphalt jungle of Los Angeles and its suburbs, and if you are wanting to avoid the traffic and city, you might want to end your Route 66 journey in San Bernardino or Pasadena. Or head in for the finish line and then retreat back to Pasadena or San Bernardino if you are looking to stay outside of LA. If staying in San Bernardino, you may want to stay in the same place for 2 nights see lodging recommendation above in Day 13 of itinerary.
Today there is no shortage of places to eat and there are more options than on any other day along Route 66 as Los Angeles and the surrounding area has a plethora of options. There is everything from historical Route 66 eateries and ones that predate Route 66 to modern fine dining spots to restaurants representing about every type of cuisine in the world from Vietnamese to Nigerian.
Below is only a short list of options! So that is the end of our Route 66 itinerary! We hope that you have found this helpful in planning your own Route 66 road trip.
Are you interested in driving Route 66? Which spots on the Route 66 itinerary are most interesting to you? Just leave any questions or comments in the Comments section below!
We followed your Route 66 itinerary and had such a fantastic time with our family of 4. We hired a couple of local guides in a couple of the cities, got a couple of the recommended city passes in Chicago and LA, and did some walking tours which added to our experience.
We loved all your suggestions and found this so very helpful in planning our itinerary in advance and while on the road. Just wanted to say a big tahnk you from the Tanner Family! Hi Michael, Thanks so much for taking the time to write about your Route 66 road trip, and glad you found our Route 66 itinerary and guide helpful during your family vacation!
Yes, doing local activities and connecting with guides is always a great way to get more out of a trip — we love doing walking tours in larger cities and passes can definitely help save money in cities where you are doing a lot of sightseeing and attractions! These are some really great thoughts and info on Route 66… thank you very much for giving us such good information, its help people. I have been looking for your article for long time ago and finally found what I need here.
I live in Chicago and appreciate your efforts! Hi Joe, Glad you found our article helpful on planning a Route 66 itinerary. Living in Chicago, you are definitely in the right spot to make this iconic drive! Jessica and Laurence, I am currently reading your article, but have a question. Have you done this in November? If you have any advice for an altered route, I sure would appreciate it.
Now, back to the article! Thanks so much, Sandy. The Grand Canyon is a great detour and in the post we give you the 2 cities in Arizona which are best to detour from Route 66 from Flagstaff or Williams and you can decide which best fits your itinerary. You can do it by car or you can also take a train ride if you only want to go for the day. Depending on time and where you live in NC, you may want to head east from St. Lots of great potential stops! Hope this helps, and wishing you a great Route 66 trip — do let me know if you have any questions about the route as you plan your trip!
Route 66 has it all — the sea, Forest, Mountains and great view. Hi Katrin, Well, hopefully you have another chance to drive Route 66 and can use the itinerary next time!! Your Route 66 article is very impressive for me and maybe for everyone, so detailed and helpful! This gave so many good ideas for a road trip.
I have never thought about doing something like this even though I live in Chicago! Hi William, Thanks very much for the kinds words and glad it has been helpful in inspiring you to do a road trip along Route 66! My wife and I will be driving from Chicago to Van Buren, AR, and the first 5 days of your itinerary line up perfectly with our trip! We have a goal to get out and do some exercise each day before enjoying all the good food options. For instance just along the first few days of the itinerary are a number of possibilities: The Ozarks, not too far from Route 66 and on your way, are definitely a great place for scenic hiking opportunities.
You Route 66 itinerary guide with your suggestions, places to stay and where one could dine was very helpful during my Route 66 trip that I just completed.
Thank you for taking the time to put all this together and adding it to your website. How was your trip along Route 66, any highlights or things that really stood out?
Tucumcari and Williams stood out for me. Really makes you feel you have stepped back in time with all the Neon signs and shops like it was back in the days gone by.
Thanks for having this as a detour suggestion. Thank you for taking the time to do this. This must have been a labor of love because it had to be a lot of work. I want to let you know how much I appreciate all the restaurant options. These sound like real American diners. Gotta talk hubby into doing this. Hi Barbara, Thanks for taking the time to comment. You can definitely find some authentic old-time diners along the route as well as newer ones that look vintage and we try to highlight them in our Dining and Lodging section.
If you do decide to do it and need any recs, just give us a shout! Hi Jim, Glad to hear that you are planning a Route 66 road trip, just let us know if you have any questions as you plan your trip.
Hi Kirstien, So happy you are enjoying our Route 66 itinerary. I love paper and writing in the margins too so I understand! Unfortunately there is no easy way to print it, and if you do, it is about pages long! We have thought about creating a downloadable ebook so that might be something we spend some time on in the future.
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American Jews, at the apex of the greatest fortune and philosemitic tolerance their long diaspora has ever bestowed on their kind, are busy supporting all the ideologies and policies that demolish their safe harbor and build up their Muslim, Black and Third World enemies.
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