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9 reasons why we love Route 66's iconic Wigwam Motel #travel #roadtrips #roadtrippers California route 66 drive

9 reasons why we love Route 66's iconic Wigwam Motel #travel #roadtrips #roadtrippers California route 66 drive

Wigwam Motel Arizona in Holbrook United States of America : Unusual & Unique Hotels of the World

Wigwam Motel Arizona in Holbrook United States of America : Unusual & Unique Hotels of the World

Great Sites to Visit Along Route 66: Starting in Grant Park, Illinois, to the Blue Whale in Catossa, Oklahoma and Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo, Texas. Follow through to the Roadkill Cafe and Wigwam Motels in Arizona, and end at the Santa Monica Pier in Los Angeles, California.

Great Sites to Visit Along Route 66: Starting in Grant Park, Illinois, to the Blue Whale in Catossa, Oklahoma and Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo, Texas. Follow through to the Roadkill Cafe and Wigwam Motels in Arizona, and end at the Santa Monica Pier in Los Angeles, California.

Sleep in a Wigwam near Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky. 
Have seen these many many times. 
Grew up a few miles from here :)

Sleep in a Wigwam near Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky. Have seen these many many times. Grew up a few miles from here :)

A wonder of the old Route 66, this unique hotel has been a Holbrook, Arizona icon since 1950.

A wonder of the old Route 66, this unique hotel has been a Holbrook, Arizona icon since 1950.

The Wigwam Motel, Route 66, Holbrook, Arizona; Wigwam#3 (too cool) // photo and writer Anne McKinnell

The Wigwam Motel, Route 66, Holbrook, Arizona; Wigwam#3 (too cool) // photo and writer Anne McKinnell

Wigwam Motel, Holbrook, Arizona. Everybody wants to sleep in a wigwam! On old Route 66. Fine Art photography from $32.

Wigwam Motel, Holbrook, Arizona. Everybody wants to sleep in a wigwam! On old Route 66. Fine Art photography from $32.

I'm staying here sometime over the summer. Roadside attractions from the 1940's-1960's are few and far between and they should be preserved like this one is. I'll get off my historic preservation soapbox now, lol

I'm staying here sometime over the summer. Roadside attractions from the 1940's-1960's are few and far between and they should be preserved like this one is. I'll get off my historic preservation soapbox now, lol