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This detailed day-by-day Route 66 itinerary covers all the basic details mileage, general route and sightseeing highlights along the 2, mile route. We cover quirky Route 66 roadside attractions, historical buildings, vintage roadside diners, museums, natural wonders, and so much more.

We also provide suggestions for where to eat and where to stay each day along the drive with a strong focus on Route 66 era businesses. Use this Route 66 itinerary to plan your travels from Chicago to Santa Monica and get the most out of your Route 66 road trip! Our planning guide covers the history and current status of the historical route, tips on how to stay on the route, tips on figuring out how much time you need to drive Route 66, a list of some of the highlights, packing tips, and a list of resources.

Below is some basic information about how to get to Route 66, where to rent a car for the drive, and how to figure out how long it will take you to drive Route The first thing to think about in planning your Route 66 road trip is how you are going to get to the starting point of Route 66 and how you are going to get from the Route 66 ending point back home.

If you have your own car, motorcycle, or RV and live in the U. However, if you live far from the starting or ending point e. If you are planning to begin and end your Route 66 experience by train, Amtrak has a number of trains to and from both Chicago and Los Angeles from a number of destinations around the country.

The main national bus company in the United States is Greyhound and you can get to or from Chicago and Los Angeles from just about anywhere in the country as well as some parts of Canada and Mexico.

It just may take some time! Be sure to check to see if there are any extra add-on fees for one-way rentals before you book. We usually find that Enterprise have the best rates for one way rentals. It is entirely up to you how much you want to plan ahead. Some people want to be completely flexible to take as much time as they like and then find a place to stay wherever they end up that night.

Others want to plan out a detailed itinerary and have their lodging booked well in advance. There are advantages and disadvantages of both styles of travel, and most people end up traveling somewhere in between.

Knowing that you have some place to each night when you arrive in a town can make the trip a bit less stressful. Read through our Route 66 planning guide for a more thorough guide to planning. We recommend at least 2 weeks, although the more time you have the better.

A month would be ideal. But most travelers time is dictated by the amount of vacation time they have and when they can travel. Most people do not have a full month to travel so we based our itinerary on the fact that 2 weeks is probably what would work for most travelers. We ourselves have driven Route 66 in its entirety following the EZ66 guide for directions in 14 days so we know that it can be done.

A big factor that should help you decide how long to drive Route 66 is to think about how much time you want to spend just driving each day. Historic Route 66 is approximately 2, miles 3, km long and across 14 days, a person needs to drive an average of miles km per day. If one drives at 45 miles per hour MPH on average, that would be approximately 3 hours and 37 minutes of driving each day.

Putting those together can help you determine how long it will take you and allow you to pinpoint which towns or cities would be good places to overnight along the route.

We would recommend 2 weeks as a good minimum to go at a moderate pace and still have time to visit many of the major attractions along the route. You can modify this itinerary accordingly to fit the time you have available. If you have 8 to 10 days, you might want to come up with an itinerary that has you doing sections of Route 66 between Chicago and Los Angeles, and use the Interstate the rest of the time to get from place to place.

But a better way if you are short on time would be to just choose to explore a section of Route 66 based on your interests and explore that section at a more leisurely pace. Many people travel Route 66 in sections, doing a part one year and returning to drive another section the next.

To choose a particular section, you can read our Route 66 guide which includes recommendations and descriptions of several section of the route that are best suited to a number of interests and people.

Whether you are an Old West lover, Cars films admirer, culture seeker, or photographer, you should be able to find a section that is well-suited to a shorter itinerary.

If you have more than 2 weeks to drive Route 66, that is fantastic! You can use this itinerary as a guide and then split up the route into more sections, and also add extra days to some of the stops as your schedule allows. If you want suggestions, just ask us in the Comments section at the end of this itinerary.

We recommend that you use our Route 66 itinerary as a suggested guide rather than an inflexible itinerary. There is no way you can visit all the listed attractions or eat in all the restaurants in one road trip so choose the ones of interest. Modify the road trip itinerary to best suit the time you have available for your trip, your preferred pace of travel, and your interests.

It is your trip! We designed this Route 66 itinerary with the idea that the 2 weeks would be spent driving along Route 66 and we only leave a day or less for exploring the beginning and ending points in Chicago and Los Angeles.

Below is a brief guide to each of the sections within our Route 66 itinerary to help you understand and make the most of it: This provides our suggested starting and ending point for each day.

This section provides a rough idea of the route for that day if you are following the historical Route 66 road. Route 66 is not signed in most places so you will need to use a guide if you want to stay on it. We also list alternative routes here if applicable. We list the approximate mileage that would be driven that day if a person followed the Route 66 route for the itinerary that day.

The mileage is approximate and not exact given the nature of the route and the different alignments. Of course, if you make any detours or deviations from the route, this will likely add to your overall mileage. We found that we almost always drove a bit more and sometimes a lot more as we often made small detours to visit attractions, eat at restaurants, find parking, etc..

Historic Route 66 was about 2, miles km long and today the trip is approximately 2, miles 3, km long. If one drives at 45 miles per hour MPH on average, that would be approximately 3 hours and 37 minutes of driving each day on average.

However, some days will have you going not as far or a bit further than miles. We used these figures to help develop and guide the suggested itinerary. If you need to make up time at any point on the route, you can almost always jump on the Interstate to save time. The route crosses 3 different time zones. Big City Avoider Section: Some people drive Route 66 to escape the cities and want to avoid the big cities along the route and focus on the smaller cities and towns.

Others may feel stressed or uncomfortable driving in a larger city or not want to try to drive or park a large RV or motorhome in big city. The really big ones include Chicago, St. Route 66 Main Attractions: We include those directly on Route 66 plus those that are just a short detour away from the route. If there are any notable popular big detours off the route that day, such as the Grand Canyon, we list them in this section.

Route 66 Dining Recommendations: Note that some places take cash only, so it is always a good idea to keep some money on you. Hamburgers, fried chicken, meatloaf, hot dogs, French fries, corndogs, burritos, chili, steaks, fruit pies, milkshakes, and the like are common Route 66 road food. Ethnic food options can also be limited outside of the larger cities.

Route 66 Lodging Recommendations: In this section we list recommended hotels across a number of budgets and types. We try to highlight any special places at each recommended stop, particularly Route 66 era motels or Route 66 themed hotels. We also list a few of the local RV parks and campgrounds for those planning to drive Route 66 in a RV or are planning to camp in a tent along the route.

We love supporting independent family-run motels and hotels, but do remember that many chain hotels are locally run and operated and some chain hotels such as Hampton Inn have been big supporters of Route But there are always mid-range options 3-star and 2-star in every recommended stop. I think that budget travelers should be able to find something suitable at almost every place but those seeking luxury hotels may struggle in a few places.

Note that parking is available for free at most of the recommended lodging throughout the route. In smaller cities and towns, on-site parking is almost always free for hotel guests. The exceptions will be in larger cities where parking space is limited such as Chicago, St. Businesses open, close, and re-open along Route 66 almost daily so be sure to check ahead for latest information.

Signs are removed, bridges close to traffic, and roadside attractions disappear. I would not make a significant detour to visit a particular place without checking out opening times and hours beforehand. Check out this informative Route 66 website for the latest news about businesses and happenings along the route.

If you know of an attraction that has disappeared or a business that has closed or a great place that has opened or re-opened please feel free to leave us a Comment and we will look into it and update our information! Below is a quick outline of our suggested Route 66 route and the starting and ending points for each day are shown in the map below.

You can click this link or double click on the map image below to explore or save the map. This is just a quick reference Route 66 map to roughly show the route and itinerary so you can visualize it! Here is our suggested 14 Day Route 66 itinerary.

The itinerary begins in Chicago and goes east to west as this is historically the direction of travelers driving the route. However, you can easily reverse this route and start your trip in California.

You just need to start reading from the end. Or if you are just driving a section of the route, you can find that part of the itinerary that is relevant to you.

As noted earlier, we suggest that you use it as a guide for planning your trip and that you personalize and modify it as needed.

Welcome to Route 66 — today your great American road trip begins! The beginning is a bit anticlimactic as there is just a small sign in Chicago and the Chicago traffic can be stressful. If you are interested in U. This stretch of Route 66 is also filled with dozens of classic Route 66 eateries so you will not go hungry. Chicago, Illinois to Springfield, Illinois.

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We are Sanctuary - Ramadan Community Iftar. May 22 Tuesday pm, Costa Mesa: May 22 Tuesday pm, Anaheim: May 22 Tuesday 7pm, Laguna Beach: May 23 Wednesday 11am May 23 Wednesday 2pm, Santa Ana: May 23 Wednesday 6pm, Irvine: May 24 Thursday Combating Homelessness in Orange County. World Affairs Council OC: May 25 Friday 7: Students Demand Action OC: Vigil for Santa Fe School Shooting. May 25 Friday pm, Tustin: May 26 Saturday pm, Santa Ana: May 28 Monday pm, Irvine: May 29 Tuesday 7am-noon, Huntington Beach: May 29 Tuesday 9am-noon, Santa Ana: May 29 Tuesday 10am-noon, Irvine: May 29 Tuesday pm, Irvine: May 29 Tuesday pm, Santa Ana: May 30 Wednesday 5: May 30 Wednesday 6pm, Irvine: May 30 Wednesday pm, Orange: May 30 Wednesday 6: Costa Mesa Democratic Club: May 30 Wednesday pm, Irvine: Free Film about Gaza: May 31 Thursday Building the Road to Resilience.

May 31 Thursday pm, Westminster: Jun 2 Saturday am, Anaheim: Jun 2 Saturday 10am-2pm, Irvine: Wear Orange for gun violence awareness. Jun 2 Saturday 4: Jun 2 Saturday Jun 2 Saturday 5: Jun 2 Saturday pm, Santa Ana: Jun 3 Sunday pm, Irvine: Green Party of OC: Farrah Khan Community ChoiceEnergy. Jun 3 Sunday 4: Jun 4 Monday Poor People's Campaign Monthly Meeting. Jun 5 Tuesday 7am-8pm, Santa Ana: Jun 5 Tuesday pm, Irvine: Jun 6 Wednesday 5: Jun 7 Thursday Democrats of North OC: Are You Ready to Run?

Jun 7 Thursday 6: Primary Review and DemParty Primer. Jun 8 Friday pm, Santa Ana: Reflections of Personal Experience with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: Jun 8 Friday pm, Anaheim: Jun 9 Saturday 10am-noon, Santa Ana: Jun Saturday 10am-Sunday 5pm, Laguna Beach: Jun 10 Sunday 1: Jun 10 Sunday pm, Newport Beach: Exodus documentary about Syrian Refugees.

Jun 10 Sunday pm, Fullerton: Jun 12 Tuesday 5: Jun 12 Tuesday pm, Anaheim: OC Rapod Response Network: Know Your Rights Workshop. Jun 13 Wednesday pm, Mission Viejo: Jun 13 Wednesday 6: Jun 14 Thursday pm, Santa Ana: Jun 14 Thursday Sierra Club Rio Hondon Chapter: Electing Environmentally Friendly Legislators.

Jun 15 Friday Jun 16 Saturday 8: Build the Blue Bench: Campaign Training for Democrats. Jun 16 Saturday 10am-4pm, Anaheim: Jun 16 Saturday pm, Irvine: Jun 16 Saturday 1: Jun 16 Saturday pm, Lake Forest: Democrats of Greater Irvine Unity Party.

Jun 19 Tuesday 5: Democratic Women of South OC: Jun 19 Tuesday Jun 19 Tuesday 7: It's Time to Retire Mimi Walters. Rally and Press Conference: No Hate in OC! Jun Thursday-Friday 9pm-2am, Anaheim: Summer of the People Protest for a Living Wage.

Jun 23 Saturday pm, Mission Viejo: The First People of Orange County. Jun 24 Sunday pm, Irvine: Our Revolution Costa Mesa planning meeting. Day of Action - StandWithMuslims. Liberation of Detained "Immigrant" Children. Legos for Liberation of Families.

Democratic Socialists of America OC: Jun 30 Saturday 9: Global Goals, Local Leaders. Jun 30 Saturday Arlington West with Veterans For Peace. Jul 2 Monday pm, Irvine: Stop Disney Poverty rally and march. Democrats of Greater Irvine phone-banking. Libertarian Socialist Caucus Meeting. Jul 9 Monday 9: Rally for OC Students Candidates. Evening of Civil Discourse and Political Debate. Democratic Socialsts of America-OC: Mutual Aid Committee Meeting.

Beach Cleanup and Rally: Lunch with League Speaker: Say NO to Poseidon. Candlelight vigil to protest corruption in our political system. Knock on Doors with Cottie Petrie-Norris! What Remains of a Woman's Right to Choose? OC Road To Change: Together We Will - OC: Writing Op-Eds and Letters to the Editor. Capo Unified School Board Meeting. Solidarity Building Soccer Game. Keep Families Together rally.

Taste of Irvine Tour. Follow up meeting for Indivisible Campaign Plans. Democrats of North Orange County: Community Meeting on Energy Choice. Democratic Socialists of America: Wage Justice Committee Meeting. Laguna Woods Democratic Club.

Women in Politics Cocktail Hour. Anaheim Living Wage Initiative Training. Arab American Civic Council: Celebrate and Defend Sanctuary Block Party. Foley for Mayor Meet the Candidate. OC Racial Justice Collaborative. Fullerton Collaborative General Meeting: Meet and Greet with Dr. Kev Abazajian for Irvine City Council. Orange County Moms Demand Action. Building a Just and Sacred Society. OC Poor People's Campaign: New Aug 22 Wednesday pm, Irvine: Meet Women Candidates for Local Offices. Banning Ranch Conservancy Meeting.

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Queer and Trans People of Color general meeting. New Sep 6 Thursday Groundwater Replenishment System Public Tour. New Sep 7 Friday pm, Huntington Beach: New Sep 8 Saturday 8: New Sep 8 Saturday am, Fullerton: Global Day for Climate Action Rally. New Sep 8 Saturday 10am New Sep 8 Saturday 10am-6pm, Tustin: New Sep 8 Saturday 11am-1pm, Tustin: Indivisible OC - Rally with Katie. New Sep 8 Saturday 11am-2pm, Newport Beach: New Sep 8 Saturday noon-2pm, Fullerton: Know the OC Sheriff's Dept.

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New Oct 6 Saturday pm, Santa Ana: New Oct 6 Saturday 8pm, Santa Ana: New Oct 6 Saturday pm, Fullerton: New Oct 7 Sunday New Oct 7 Sunday pm, Irvine: Lisa Pedersen of the Poor People's Campaign. New Oct 8 Monday New Oct 8 Monday 6: New Oct 8 Monday 7pm, Solana Beach: New Oct 9 Tuesday 9: Nuns on the Bus - Lobby Visit and Rally. New Oct 9 Tuesday 5: Mini-Town Hall, Special Speaker.

New Oct 9 Tuesday New Oct 10 Wednesday pm, Fullerton: New Oct 10 Wednesday 5: New Oct 10 Wednesday 6: Orange County Chapter Planning Meeting. New Oct 10 Wednesday 7pm, Laguna Woods: Local Candidates, Ballot Measures. New Oct 11 Thursday 11am, Irvine: New Oct 11 Thursday pm, Irvine: New Oct 11 Thursday 6: New Oct 11 Thursday 7pm, Laguna Beach: Laguna Beach Democratic Club Meeting: Meet the Candidates-Write Postcards.

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Jan 3 Wednesday 9pm-2am, Long Beach: They want to put in 53 new oil wells and 67 new water wells, as well as a pipeline that will run right over the Newport-Inglewood fault line!

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Vets need blankets, office equipment, shirts and jackets. Plan for Boots and Shoes display at Cypress College. Parking for meeting behind law office building. Morning snacks and coffee served.

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He and his wife served for many years in the Occupied Palestinian Territories to help Palestinians withstand the impoverishing and expropriating effects of the Israeli Army's colonial rule of the West Bank and it ghettoization of Gaza. Jerry Levin is a former CNN network journalist. He writes on nonviolence, with an emphasis on the Middle East and in particular Palestine and Israel. In he was kidnapped and held hostage by Hezbollah. He escaped after eleven and a half months in captivity due to the nonviolent behind the scene efforts of friends and colleagues organized by his wife, Sis Levin.

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Charles Langley of Public Watchdogs speaks about the dangerously inadequate plans for long term storage of nuclear waste at San Onofre beach. We'll be reconvening to continue our work in the new year. Jan 8 Monday pm, Fullerton: Since that time, it's become apparent that we also need to be FOR something.

We now have the goal of replacing Royce with one of our Democratic candidates. If we can get everyone who voted for Hilary to turn out and vote for a Democrat for House, we can defeat Royce. In the same fashion, we can also save Josh Newman. So, we are launching neighborhood groups to help get out the vote. This will be your chance to have a say and to participate on any level with which you are comfortable! He will share his unique insight into previous attempts to stop protests in Brea.

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Social hour and dinner 5: RSVP necessary, preferably before Jan. Please join us in hearing from the candidates running against Congressman Dana Rohrabacher on how they plan to represent their district's progressive values in Congress. The 8 congressional candidates who will be featured are: Come meet the Democratic candidates running for Congressional District 39, at a panel discussion moderated by the Fullerton College Department of Political Science.

This will be the second of three planned congressional candidate forums for the 39th Congressional District. Emphasis will be placed on hearing each candidates platform looking at major social, political and economic issues in the district, nationwide, and globally from women's perspectives.

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A woman married to a twin pretends not to realize when her husband and his brother impersonate each other. A stripper putting herself through college fends off the advances of an overzealous customer.

A black engineer moves to Upper Michigan for a job and faces the malign curiosity of her colleagues and the difficulty of leaving her past behind. From a girls' fight club to a wealthy subdivision in Florida where neighbors conform, compete, and spy on each other, Gay delivers a wry, beautiful, haunting vision of modern America. Ste This event is an opportunity for UC Irvine School of Law faculty, staff, students, alumni, local attorneys and community organizers to come together to discuss the opportunities to advocate for justice in a variety of legal practices.

The event involves not only discussion, but also a call to action for those concerned about the effects of those current government decisions at local, state, and national levels that impact civil rights; the criminal justice system; immigrants; housing; education; cybersecurity; and the rights of organizers to speak and assemble.

The plenary session will be recorded and made available to the UCI Law community within 72 hours of the event. Breakout sessions, however, will only be recorded upon request and with the permission of the panelists. For more event details or request reasonable accommodatins for a disability, please email Jillian Henry at jhenry law. Jan 13 Saturday 9am-noon, Huntington Beach: After four successful candidate forums, a straw poll, and other consideration, the field has been narrowed to four candidates; In alphabetical order by last name: Hans Keirstead is one of the world's leading innovators in stem cell research and medical treatments.

Hans has been an advocate for stem cell research in Washington D. For more info https: She is a passionate advocate for the environment, women's rights, education and health care, and lives in Newport Beach with her husband of 33 years. Harley lives in Laguna Beach with his wife; Kaira, and their four kids. Debate starts Promptly at Cash, credit card or checks made out to HB Huddle.

Join us so that the city of Long Beach will hear our important message and see that the time to end war is now. King was a very outspoken advocate for peace and ending the war in Vietnam, so we are making the connection with our signs at the parade. We need to be in place by Since the parade ends near the college it's easy to get back to your car. No banners please, but DO bring your own signs. Ahead of the annual march, the campaign will host a sign making party after the HB Huddle Candidate Debate and we hope to see you there.

Our campaign will provide all of the supplies — post boards, markers, etc. Bring your friends, family, neighbors, co-workers, energy and excitement. Please RSVP here to this event in order to ensure we have enough supplies for everyone. Jan 13 Saturday Everyone is invited to join us as we prepare to participate in the second OC Women's March on January 20, organize our Juneteenth celebration, talk about a future visit to the Theo Lacy maximum security jail complex and discuss other events and actions in the new year!

Ed Royce and Rep. Mimi Walters are too damn scared of holding their own town halls to answer questions about the Trump Tax bill. But if these "representatives" won't hold a town hall, we will just have to do so without them!

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A new study from Orlando Health found that more than half of parents with children under 18 believe the flu shot can cause the flu. Experts explain why that's a myth. A family in Georgia is reeling from a pizza order that left their 2-year-old with second-degree burns. Little Caesars insists that it did nothing wrong. At 37, Meghan Markle is having a pregnancy officially considered "high-risk.

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