- Author:Readio Theatre,Various
- Publisher:Oasis Audio; Unabridged edition (January 21, 2009)
- FB2 format1373 kb
- ePUB format1124 kb
- DJVU format1532 kb
- Formats:azw lrf mbr doc
Cruisin' Route 66: Americ. has been added to your Cart. The energy and enthusiasm of the voice actors in this production as well as the various sites along Route 66 will encourage listeners to get in their cars and hit the road.
Cruisin' Route 66: Americ. Both a history and a travel guide, this production provides listeners with many of the rich elements that have made Route 66 an American icon, including its strange attractions, curiously themed hotels, and of course, classic road signs.
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Stretching from Grant Park to the Pacific Ocean, this remarkable highway winds its way through eight states and ends at the Santa Monica freeway after 2,278 miles. Experience pure nostalgia as you hear the stories of tourists, merchants, Okies, and GIs who traveled this mother road.
A trip along America's historic Route 66. The car is the cornerstone of modern American life; yet cars need roads, and so. .By then, almost everyone wanting to "motor west" was using the main east-west interstates, I-40, I-60 or I-80
A trip along America's historic Route 66. The car is the cornerstone of modern American life; yet cars need roads, and so the road too is a cornerstone. But while cars have regularly been raised to the status of cult objects in song, poetry and film, roads have tended to keep a more prosaic image. By then, almost everyone wanting to "motor west" was using the main east-west interstates, I-40, I-60 or I-80. It was in 1926, the year in which Henry Ford launched the Model-T and put the automobile in reach of the ordinary American, that officials decided that the . should have a federal road network.
Producer – Joe Loesch.
Driving down America’s Main Street will be like a trip to America’s past. Route 66 was built in the 1920’s as part of the American expansion to the West. It was thus lovingly called America’s Mother Road. However, it soon became more than just a road. But first we have to find it. That is, however, easier said than done, as it is not on any of the regular maps. During the 1950’s it became a destination in itself with motels, restaurants, shops and sights – some natural some manmade.
Route 66 - America's Main Stree. This was a great book, I loved it. Lots of good information that I did not know.
Электронная книга "Route 66 Still Kicks: Driving America's Main Street", Rick Antonson. Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "Route 66 Still Kicks: Driving America's Main Street" для чтения в офлайн-режиме.
Plan a historic Route 66 road trip from Chicago to Los Angeles or travel a small stretch of the Mother Road with tips .
Plan a historic Route 66 road trip from Chicago to Los Angeles or travel a small stretch of the Mother Road with tips, sights, and maps. For three decades before and after World War II, Route 66 earned the title Main Street of America because it wound through small towns across the Midwest and Southwest, lined by hundreds of cafés, motels, gas stations, and tourist attractions. During the Great Depression, hundreds of thousands of farm families, displaced from the Dust Bowl, made their way west along Route 66 to California, following what John Steinbeck called The Mother Road in his vivid portrait, The Grapes of Wrath.
CRUISIN' ROUTE 66 is a book about driving "The Mother Road" - places to go, things to see . you can find a few of these blood-chilling stories in my latest book "CRUISIN' ROUTE 66" and enjoy the hundreds of historic and fun color photos of my travels.
CRUISIN' ROUTE 66 is a book about driving "The Mother Road" - places to go, things to see and stories about people, places. The story of Emily: Despite the majestic scenery on Route 666, many refuse to drive this highway after dark, north of Shiprock, New Mexico, a part of the highway where many fatal accidents occur.