Route 66

About eleven month ago we did a quick trip to Arizona to the Grand Canyon and Flagstaff. On the way back from Flagstaff to Las Vegas we decided to drive Route 66 as much as we could. One of the stops was in Williams Arizona. It was a nice winter day, with blue skies and crisp cold air. While walking through a few shops I took some photos of things with pretty colors.. I just like colors… like this one


or this one


this was actually on one of the outside walls, a bit of history for you


and we had coffee at the red garter, they don’t provide lady services anymore, just some coffee, cookies and other touristy type of thingies


and more souvenirs, if you are into 66, then it is probably belongs on your car


and the train to Grand Canyon, not sure how many people were on it during this season, but it is probably packed during summer times


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10 Responses to Route 66

  1. Great set of images! And one of the great ‘must-do’s’ when in America.

  2. stellingsma2010 says:

    amazing journey i would say 🙂 i wanna do a project 365 days on route 66 and shoot pictures from begin to the end …..

  3. I agree with stellingsma2010, it would be a great photo journey someday. Love the fun shots!

  4. Love your photos:) I did a similar trip with my family when I was 5…now after reading this I really want to go back again!

  5. basildonkitchens says:

    Driving Route 66 (as much as is possible) is on my bucket list. Thanks for sharing these great photos! 🙂

  6. beachbarbums says:

    Stayed in Williams a few years back and fell in love with it. Great small town! Thanks for sharing the photos!

  7. mrted57 says:

    Visit the St Louis and Missouri parts sometime. I think you’ll like that, too.

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