Once you hit Santa Monica, California, your Route 66 road trip has come to a beautiful end. The city’s historic pier is a magnificent final landmark, with Pacific Park, Muscle Beach, Santa Monica State Beach and the original 1946 Hot Dog on a Stick. Get a corn dog and lemonade and enjoy the view.
Pike's Place Market, the Space Needle, and the Original Starbucks are probably among the obligatory things to do in Seattle. You have to visit them at least once if you're in Seattle. On our second visit to the city, we accidentally stumbled across the Fremont Troll, which was a nice surprise. We…
Route 66, also known as the Will Rogers Highway, is one of the most iconic road trips. It's a classic American highway recognised in pop culture and its expanse covers many U.S. states. The route original passed through Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California #roadtrip #route66
ROUTE 66 ... cultural icon ... one of the first American highways ... built to connect Chicago and Los Angeles ... runs approximately 2,500 miles (4,000 km) through 8 States ... widely referred to as The Mother Road ... also known as the Main Street of America or Will Rogers Highway ... conduit of the mass migrations westward at the start of 20th century and during the Great Depression of the 1930s ... today a road-trippers paradise.
Originally founded in 1905 as a beachfront resort, Venice Beach has since blossomed into a hip, cultural mecca just a short drive from Central LA. Venice is the ultimate place to chill with the “in-crowd,” whether you’re sunbathing, shopping, or sightseeing- and you’ll find everything from an amusement pier, miniature steam railroad, boutiques, coffee bars, art galleries and more. Here is my guide to Venice Beach in a weekend!