Day 1 & 2 Home to Dodge City
Our first two days will be spent getting to our starting destination on Route 66. We stay the first night in Overland Park, Kansas and the following night in Dodge City, Kansas, before we begin our journey on Route 66 in Shamrock, Texas.
Included Meals: Breakfast, 2 Dinners
Hotels: Hampton Inn, Overland Park
              Holiday Express, Dodge City
Day 3 – Dodge City to Shamrock

Shamrock is the start of our 66 adventure.
 * Art Deco Buildings
 * Tower Station and U Drop Inn – World famous Rt. 66 landmark
 * Magnolia Station
 * Pioneer West Museum
 * Tallest water tower in Texas
 * Old downtown shops
 * Dinner at Big Vern’s Steakhouse
Included Meals: Breakfast , Dinner
Hotel: Holiday Express, Shamrock
Day 4 Shamrock to Tucumcari, NM

 * Devils Rope Museum – McClean
 * Hot Rod Haven
 * Avalon Theater of Texas
 * Great Trading Post experience
 * Leaning water tower – Britten, TX
 * Largest cross in Western Hemisphere – Incredible! – Groom, TX
 * Amarillo
 * Big Texan Steakhouse (Included lunch)
 * Golden Light Café (oldest café on  Rte 66)
 * Cadillac Ranch
 * Midpoint Café – Adrian, TX  Home of Ugly Crust Pie (included treat)
   Exact halfway point of Rte 66 – 1139 mi to Chicago & 1139 mi to Los Angeles
 * Cap Rock Station
New Mexico (Land of Enchantment)
Route 66 stretches 375 miles west across New Mexico. It originally followed the Santa Fe Trail. The scenery changes dramatically entering New Mexico to a spectacular southwest landscape. The natural beauty increases as the elevation climbs toward the continental divide in the western part of the state towards the Arizona line. NM has been the home of Native Americans for over 10,000 years. It has been part of the USA since 1848 and a state since 1912.
 * “Tucumcari Tonite”
 * Del’s Restaurant, Tucumcari Dinner included
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner
Hotel: Hampton Inn, Tucumcari
Day 5 Tucumcari to Albuquerque

 * Blue Swallow Motel
 * Many classic 66 era motels
 * Flat topped Tucumcari Mountain
 * Monument to the Mother Road – Tucumcari Conv Ctr
 * Cuervo -Route 66 ghost town
 * Santa Rosa
 * Silver Moon Café Lunch included
 * Route 66 Auto Museum
 * Flying C Ranch
 * Clines Corners, Wagon Wheel, Long Horn Ranch & Moriaty
 * Albuquerque
 * 66 Diner – dinner included
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner
Hotel: Country Inn & Suites, Albuquerque
Day 6 in Albuquerque

 * Balloon Fest Events
 * Balloon Museum – Amazing
 * Albuquerque Route 66 landmarks
 * Old Town
 * KiMo Theatre – Sunshine & Del Rey Theatres
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Hotel: Country Inn
Day 7 Albuquerque to Gallup, NM

 * Balloon Fest – Spectacular AM mass ascension of balloons
 * Nine mile hill
 * Route 66 Pit Stop
 * Dead Mans Curve
 * Grants, NM
 * El Cafecito Café – Authentic Mexican food – Lunch
 * Uranium Underground Mining Museum
 * San Mateo Mtns. Continental Divide
 * Red Rocks
 * Gallup – Indian Capitol of the US
 * Dinner -World famous El Rancho Hotel
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner
Hotel: Hampton Inn – Gallup, NM

Day 8  Gallup, to Holbrook, Arizona
Route 66 is very much at home in Arizona. “Arizona” is an Indian word meaning “Little Spring”. No other Route 66 state has as much to offer the 66 traveler as the Copper State. From the perfect climate to the sun bleached desert to snow capped mountains; not to mention the natural treasures of the Painted Desert, Petrified Forest and Grand Canyon National Park. The Santa Fe remains a railroad icon along 66. It is now the Burlington Northern Santa Fe. Arizona has superb southwestern scenery at it’s finest.
 * Yellowstone Limited Trading Post – Large array of Native American Wares
 * Painted Desert
 * Petrified Forest National Park
 * International Petrified Dinosaur Park
 * Pow Wow Trading Post
 * Butterfield Stage Company
 * Holbrook Rte 66 Landmarks
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Hotel: Holiday Express Holbrook
Day 9 Holbrook to Flagstaff

 * Wigwam Motel (Famous Teepee style
 * World’s largest petrified tree
 * Joseph City – oldest Morman community
 * Jack Rabbit Trading Post
 * Winslow Remembrance Garden
* La Posada Hotel Lunch
 * “Standing on the Corner” statue
 * Meteor City Trading Post (world’s largest map of Rt 66)
 * Meteor Crater
 * Canyon Diablo & Two Guns (ghost town)
 * Twin Arrows and Winona Trading Posts
 * Flagstaff Landmarks
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Hotel: Holiday Express Flagstaff
Day 10 Flagstaff to Scottsdale, AZ

We will visit a few more Flagstaff Route 66 historic sites before traveling south through the beautiful Mazatzal Mountains to the Phoenix area. A farewell dinner event is planned and a little time to relax and reflect as we enjoy our beautiful Hilton Garden Inn in Scottsdale
Meals: Breakfast, dinner
Hotel: Hilton Garden Inn Scottsdale
Day 11 Scottsdale to home

Today we fly home from Phoenix with memories of another great adventure on Route 66!
 Meals: Breakfast

Motorcoach Per Person Pricing Information

Double: $1,999
Single: $2,499
Triple: $1,899
Quad: $164

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Price Per Person

Single: $2,499 Double: $1,999 Triple: $1,899 Quad: $1,799

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Single: $164 Double: $129 (per person)

Price includes: One Way Air including taxes, fuel surcharges & baggage fees, 23 meals, activities as stated, Luxury Motorcoach

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Tour Highlights

The highlights that are included in this
tour are too many to list here.  They
are listed throughout the itinerary giving
you a detailed look at each day and the
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