Adventure Route Guide 66

"Get Your Kicks on Route 66" was a popular song from the 40s, sung by Nat King Cole, who helped bring this long section of the road – Route 66 – to glory. Now you can get your own kicks on Route 66 if you enter the Route 66 Adventure manual as it will take you to many of the hidden and not so hidden gems along this path.

Route 66 was one of the first highways in the United States, ending in 1926. It runs from Chicago to California and travels through Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico and Arizona. to Santa Monica, California. In the 1950s, after President Eisenhower signed a bill that provided for the creation of a "interstate highway system" and many large "super-highways," many people felt that the famous road was almost dead. But while these new highways challenge the reign of Route 66 and as the author of the Route 66 Adventure Handbook, it's been a while that the famous road fades away, fortunately, travelers have historically recognized the unique qualities of this famous route and now enjoys a revival.

Now, in its fifth edition, the Adventure Route Guide 66 is divided into heads from the state, moving southwest from Illinois to California. Each chapter includes many kinds of attractions, much more than I've ever seen in other travel books. And many of these attractions are spaces that are missed by other books, places that are as unique as Cadillac Ranch, where the car "shows" true Cadillacs, partially buried, "… which are said to be placed under the same corner as sides of the Great Egyptian Pyramids. "(page 290) In addition, each chapter also includes an" Additional AFF "section where attractions can be found just a short distance from the famous itinerary.The adventure route guide 66 is written in an easy to read / follow style and layout is easy for the eyes, making this book ideal for taking and referring to many times.There are so many things to choose from for travel visits to her pages that you want to start searching in the book well before the start of your journey. – a great selection of the many attractions in this book should be "Big Brut" – a giant, and I mean GIANT! ("the second largest ever built") – the shovel in Western Mineral, KS. A picture of Brut shows a car parked next to it, which gives you a good idea of ​​how big Brut is. And I have to mention all the pictures because this book is full of them – almost every mentioned attraction is accompanied by a good, clear picture. To make it even easier to find, under each photo is the GPS location of the attraction. If you are planning a trip to explore Route 66, whether you are fleeing a part of the road or an adventure that benefits from a full 2,000-mile route, be sure to take the Route 66 Adventure Handbook with you. you will not miss an attraction on this famous road.

Quill says: John Steinbeck calls Route 66 "The Road Road" in the Grapes of Wrath, and for good reason. Now, with the Route 66 Adventure Guide, you can explore this fantastic stretch of asphalt and enjoy all the unique jewels you can offer jewelry that others can not miss without the leadership. Take the book, jump into your car and start driving!

Source by Ellen F Feld