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Best Western | The Kicks on Route 66 Tour | Region 3

Best Western | The Kicks on Route 66 Tour | Region 3

Virgie’s is another old-school Gallup restaurant, on the west side...with a cooler sign.

Virgie’s is another old-school Gallup restaurant, on the west side...with a cooler sign.

Many small restaurants, diners and cafes in downtown Albuquerque make it a point to include the Route 66 symbol on their entrances. Why not? It works.

Many small restaurants, diners and cafes in downtown Albuquerque make it a point to include the Route 66 symbol on their entrances. Why not? It works.

In Prewitt, the quonset hut known as the Tomahawk Bar is a colorful outpost along Route 66. You have to look close to see the "Tomahawk" par...

In Prewitt, the quonset hut known as the Tomahawk Bar is a colorful outpost along Route 66. You have to look close to see the "Tomahawk" par...

About ten miles west of Vega TX at the tiny town of Adrian (pop. 149), you hit an important milestone: the officially recognized halfway point of Route 66: 1,139 miles from each Chicago and Los Angeles. To celebrate this, a diner originally opened in the 1930s as Zella's back in the heyday is now called the Midpoint Café (806-538-6379), situated right across from the halfway point marker. Owner Fran Houser bought it in 1992 and continues to run it to this day

About ten miles west of Vega TX at the tiny town of Adrian (pop. 149), you hit an important milestone: the officially recognized halfway point of Route 66: 1,139 miles from each Chicago and Los Angeles. To celebrate this, a diner originally opened in the 1930s as Zella's back in the heyday is now called the Midpoint Café (806-538-6379), situated right across from the halfway point marker. Owner Fran Houser bought it in 1992 and continues to run it to this day

The Antique Toy Museum in Stanton, MO, along Route 66 in full view of I-44 and next door to the Jesse James Wax Museum.

The Antique Toy Museum in Stanton, MO, along Route 66 in full view of I-44 and next door to the Jesse James Wax Museum.

Route 66 passes over this 1924 bridge. The pavement may have changed since its original opening, but the bridge structure hasn’t.

Route 66 passes over this 1924 bridge. The pavement may have changed since its original opening, but the bridge structure hasn’t.

Along a formerly busy Route 66, the beginning of the low concrete curbing divider marks the Texas-New Mexico state line.

Along a formerly busy Route 66, the beginning of the low concrete curbing divider marks the Texas-New Mexico state line.

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