Also known as the Will Rogers highway, the Main Street of America, and the Mother Road; the U.S. Route 66 was once a long highway stretching many regions. It covered Chicago, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and California followed by it end at Los Angeles. This made it a 2,448 miles route. Now, it is no longer a part of the highway. The sections of the road passing via Illinois, Missouri, New Mexico, and Arizona are regarded as a National Scenic Byway and are so designated as the Historic Route 66. On the other hand, some parts of it in southern California are named State Route 66. Continue reading “Route 66 Attractions – Historic + Natural + Cultural” »