Seligman is a little community at the start of Route 66 and the sundry store is a good stop off point. It is picturesque in its own way and there is just something glamorous and nostalgic about route...
When you arrive, stop by the "Barbers Shop", ask if Nicole is about, she will be able to tell you if Angel is expected in that day, if your lucky, and he is, you could get a hair-cut with a coffee. A...
The town of Seligman on Route 66
Siligeman is the best-preserved town on Route 66, and you can see element 66 everywhere! Just as the author's "Mother's Road" by Steinbeck, Route 66 plays a pivotal role in the history of American road development. Route 66, which is the main thoroughfare in the United States, once stood out for a while. After the exchange of stars, it has experienced prosperity and decline. Its past and present are still in the minds of many Americans. With the development of Highway 66, the number of tourists has increased, and towns and towns along the way have developed one after another. Small shops have emerged to provide passengers with fuel, catering and shopping services. Coupled with the smooth and good roads, it is favored by truck drivers, so it is an important transportation channel. The Midwestern United States also experienced a major drought. Route 66 once again became the lifeline of the poor and devastated peasants. They fled to the west along the Route 66, the only road leading to California, to open up new life. Although the road has now fallen, she has witnessed the suffering of a nation and witnessed the spirit of American freedom, courage and enterprising. Once again, I realized why the United States is called "the country on the wheel". The culture of car travel is ingrained. The scenes in the popular movie "Cars" are mostly inspired by Highway 66.
Route 66 runs from Adam Street in Chicago to the Pacific Coast of Santa Monica, Los Angeles, west of California,
through eight US states, passing through Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. New Mexico, Arizona, and California, three time zones, with a total length of 3,943 kilometers.
As the most important land transportation lifeline in the United States in the first half of the 20th century, the
66 road was spread to the world with American culture,
became the most scenic road in the world.
It is the road that A-Gump has traveled across the United States in the film "Forrest Gump",
It is still the road film "Blueberry Night" of Wang Jiawei, where Nola Jones recovered and lost himself. The road to wandering.
The cargo train in the distance passes from the side of the track and passes us with us.
Although I have experienced self-driving in the United States, I also take the subway bus
in San Francisco, but I have not experienced the train ride in the United States. What kind of experience
from Kingman to Williams on the map system will directly guide you to the interstate highway
this time you need to throw away your phone along the real this 66 No. Highway driving
This road is called the relatively complete No. 66 road section
the whole venue is almost 2 hours drive
drive to a point where you can see a straight road
Although the traffic on and off the road does not have as much as the interstate highway
Return to the 50s Museum
Angel & Vilma Delgadillo's Route 66 Gift Shop & Visitor's Center