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The end of the trail for Route 66, marks the starting point for us. Seems oddly fitting. Route 66 became an icon linking the U.S. across the Rocky Mountain divide to the Pacific Ocean.
This old mining town may only have 100 year round residents, but it's folklore runs long. Clarke Gable and Carol Lombard are said to have stayed at the Oatman Hotel on the night they married...and haunt the hotel today.
Sedona is said to be nestled on one big vortex of swirling energy that are conducive to healing, meditation and self healing.
Santa Fe was founded in 1610 as the capitol of Nuevo Mexico, which makes it the oldest state capitol in the United States. At 7,199 feet high, it is also the state capitol with the highest elevation.
Fort Collins is situated at the base of the Rocky Mountain foothills of the northern Front Range. Interesting fact: prohibition lasted from the late 1890's-1969.
Omaha is home to the mega-conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway and with such notable inventions as the Reuben sandwich, the first U.S. ski lift, and the TV Dinner made by Carl A. Swanson.
Des Moines is known for being the 3rd largest "insurance capitol" in the world! It is also the site of the first caucuses of the presidential primary cycle.
The Bean at Millennium Park, Chicago-style hot dogs, deep dish pizza, jazz music, 1920's gangster Al Capone and the 4th largest GDP of cities worldwide are but a few of the characteristics of Chicago.
The Indiana state Soldiers and Sailors Monument was built over 13 years between 1888-1901 and stands 284 1/2 feet tall. It serves to honor all the Hoosier soldiers who fought in our country's wars.
Columbus is known for a lot; firstly for having one of the largest universities and football schools in North America and its best municipal park systems in the country.
Known both as the "Steel City" for its more than 300 steel-related businesses and as the "City of Bridges" for its 446 bridges.
One of the original 13 colonies of the U.S. is famous for Times Square, the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, and the Empire State Building,