Just finished a westward trip in May and travelled a lot of old 66. there are long stretches that are being revitalized by local merchants. I would suggest a rental car and motels for economy and flexibility. Half the fun is detouring to check out a newly discovered attraction. The old federal highways are still pretty well maintained and go through the small towns. Like touring Scotland in reverse LOL. An unlimited mileage car rental can be $150-$200 a week and lots less gas than an RV. Also, check out Roadsideamerica.com for lots of offbeat and visitor reviewed attractions. You can search by state. Glad you are coming over, America is a great tourist destination and we are glad to have our dollars back. Take some old iron home with you.
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