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    I highly recommend a stop to eat at Lambert's...

    I highly recommend a stop to eat at Lambert's Cafe in Sikeston, Mo. "Home of the Throwed Rolls.' Quite the experience, but come real hungry and those "Pass-arounds."
    Of course, dependent on the...
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    If you drive by Toledo, Ohio, have a Hungarian...

    If you drive by Toledo, Ohio, have a Hungarian hot dog at Tony Packo's. There are several of them, but go to the original one on Front Street.

    Plus, if you go by Indianapolis, don't miss stopping...
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    Depending upon how much time you have, think...

    Depending upon how much time you have, think about driving Route 66 for some of the way. It is always near an interstate so it will be easy getting on and off.
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    Here's a thought. Drive a U.S. Highway part of...

    Here's a thought.

    Drive a U.S. Highway part of the way. US-12 starts in Detroit, Michigan, and runs west to Aberdeen, Washington.

    Along the way, you'll go through Illinois, Wisconsin,...
  5. Let's not forget Route 66 as part of your drive...

    Let's not forget Route 66 as part of your drive is along it, especially I-44 which parallels it through Missouri. You can always get back on I-44 to make up some time if you see anything interesting.
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    If you pass by an In 'N Out Burger restaurant,...

    If you pass by an In 'N Out Burger restaurant, definitely stop and give it a try.

    And, if you can catch some Route 66, well worth it as well, especially Oatman, Arizona.
  7. Make sure to get some of that good ol' N.C. BBQ...

    Make sure to get some of that good ol' N.C. BBQ while in state. Mt. Airy, N.C. near the Virginia border served as the model for Mayberry on the "Andy Griffith Show" and is a neat place to visit.
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    Like he says, always try to spend the night on...

    Like he says, always try to spend the night on the far side of any major city you have to drive through to avoid severe traffic the next morning.
  9. We always enjoy staying in Gatlinburg, Tennessee,...

    We always enjoy staying in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, by the entrance of the Great Smokey National Park. We usually stay at the reasonably-priced Four Seasons Hotel right downtown and within walking...
  10. You can see the "Old" Florida along Florida's...

    You can see the "Old" Florida along Florida's "Forgotten Coast." This would be along where the panhandle joins the peninsula.

    We especially like Appalachicola.
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    If you have time, you might want to check out...

    If you have time, you might want to check out some of the Cajun culture in western Louisiana. You can also visit where they make Tobasco at Avery Island.
  12. In and Out Burgers

    If you come across one of these hamburger joints, stop in and enjoy some mighty good eating.
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    See the Lighthouses

    If you have time, run along Maine's coast for some wonderful lighthouses. They have a lot of them.

    And, Ba Haba (Bar Harbor) is a must stop.
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    Drive the Lincoln Highway

    San Francisco is the western terminus of the famous Lincoln Highway, America's first trans-continental highway dating to 1913. It ends up in New York City. As you can see, this is essentially the...
  15. I'd suggest a stop at Mars' Cheese Castle off...

    I'd suggest a stop at Mars' Cheese Castle off I-94 in Wisconsin before you get to Milwaukee from Chicago.

    Also, in Canada, perhaps a trip to Kingston, Ontario, for the War of 1812 places as well...
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    Beware of traffic circles in Boston. Check out...

    Beware of traffic circles in Boston. Check out lighthouses along the coast. Out in Buffalo, the Anchor Inn where buffalo wings were invented. Plus, don't miss trying the western New York sandwich...
  17. I'm usually not a big fan of interstates, but...

    I'm usually not a big fan of interstates, but that I-70 from Denver going west is just one jaw-dropping vista after another.
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    Try the McDonald's by the I-40 Biltmore exit in...

    Try the McDonald's by the I-40 Biltmore exit in Asheville, NC. It is like no other McDonald's you've ever been to. Almost too fancy. Fill up with gas before getting to Asheville as it is usually...
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    While going through North Carolina, be sure to...

    While going through North Carolina, be sure to stop at a BBQ place for some of that great Carolina-style pit-cooked stuff and wash it down with that sweet tea.

    Your dog will probably like it too.
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    A lot of your route could follow along the old...

    A lot of your route could follow along the old Lincoln Highway, the nation's very first transcontinental highway. It celebrates its 100th anniversary next year.
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    You can't go too wrong on Route 66. Be ready for...

    You can't go too wrong on Route 66. Be ready for a trip back to the past.
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    Going from N.J. to Colorado, you might want to...

    Going from N.J. to Colorado, you might want to consider driving the Lincoln Highway part of the way. The Illinois and Iowa stretches are very good trips back into time on America's oldest...
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    Try the Loveless Cafe west of Nashville.

    Try the Loveless Cafe west of Nashville.
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    Sounds like a Route 66 thing. Lots of stuff to...

    Sounds like a Route 66 thing.

    Lots of stuff to see and easy off-on to the interstate.

    The Blue Whale in Catoosa. Art deco in Tulsa. Big Texan in Amarillo. Of course, Cadillac Ranch. Blue...
  25. Thread: LA to NYC Help

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    If you're taking I-40, get off every so often to...

    If you're taking I-40, get off every so often to enjoy Route 66, which will take you as far as OKC.

    Then, I-44 to St. Louis and I-55 to Chicago. Route 66 is close to all these intersates.
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