Driving Historical Route 66: Grand Canyon through Natural Wonders to Albuquerque

On our fourth day driving in the USA, we woke up cold in our car at the mighty Grand Canyon. The night before in Vegas we woke up dripping in sweat. It’s remarkable how the weather changes so drastically from place to place in the same country. As I wrote in my previous post, we got up early to watch the sunrise over Grand Canyon,…

Driving Historical Route 66: Las Vegas to Grand Canyon and Almost Death Valley

On our third day driving through the USA, we were woken up by two security guards at 5.40 AM at the parking lot in Las Vegas. They told us that we weren’t allowed to sleep in a car, only in mobile homes. So our day started early, but as it turned out, that was actually a really good thing. We were going on an adventure…

Driving Historical Route 66: Barstow through Ghost Towns to Las Vegas

In the morning of our second day of driving the Route 66, we woke up in our cozy guestroom in Bea’s and Meredith’s house in Barstow. We ate breakfast with them, took pictures, hugged and said our goodbyes, and then we were off on the road again. It was a very hot day, reaching 37 degrees as we entered the Mojave Desert. The next part…