A storm gathers over the desert in New Mexico. Photo © Paul Moore/123rf.

Route 66 Through New Mexico

New Mexico’s culture, food, and landscape set it apart from any other place on Route 66. Learn about the route’s history and where to eat the best chiles, plus get tips on driving across the state and advice on planning your time.

Neon Museum and Boneyard in Las Vegas

Weekend Getaway to Las Vegas

A weekend getaway itinerary indulging in all things classic Las Vegas: gambling, food, shows, kitsch, and true vintage Vegas style.

Seligman AZ, photo © Sam Topping

Southwest Road Trip: Route 66 Fun in Seligman

Any great American road trip worth its salt needs a dash or two of roadside kitsch. On a southwest road trip, Seligman is a prime opportunity to indulge in the motherlode of roadside attractions: Route 66.

The curving two-lane Road to Hana flanked by lush vegetation.

Best of Where to Eat in Hana, Maui

In the last few years, Hana has seen a huge proliferation of food options. However, too many visitors continue to drive to Hana Bay thinking it’s the end of the road, and don’t take the time to look around. Spend the day in Hana and you’ll be rewarded with a tasty cornucopia.

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Route 66: Bonnie & Clyde in Joplin, Missouri

At the turn of the 20th century, Joplin was a boomtown filled with saloons, brothels, and gambling halls. Notorious outlaws Bonnie and Clyde hit Joplin in 1933, adding a string of robberies and a shootout to an already lawless town.

squeaky bean colorado

Farm-to-Table Dining in Colorado’s Front Range Cities

Colorado’s Front Range cities—Boulder, Denver, Colorado Springs, and Fort Collins—have experienced dramatic growth, drawing adventurous souls from all over the country to see what Colorado is all about. One delicious effect of this recent growth is the elevated dining opportunities available—namely, farm-to-table restaurants.

Route 66 in Needles, CA. Photo © Visions of America LLC/123rf.

Route 66 Through Needles, California

Learn the history of Needles, California, gateway to Route 66, along with notable sights, tips on following the old road through town, and where to grab a classic Route 66 ’70s meal.