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Can you guess which national park this was taken at?👇🏻
Posted with written permission from the photogrpaher, @bella_nugent. #ExploreArizona
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    Can you guess which national park this was taken at?👇🏻
    Posted with written permission from the photogrpaher, @bella_nugent. #ExploreArizona
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  • I get my love of the desert from my Dad. He’s been volunteering at the White Tanks Regional Park for as long as I can remember. He helped me take care of my tarantula, Ziggy Stardust, when I was in high school, and years later he rescued and adopted another and named him Speedy. Speedy was around for a long time. My now adult children each took him to school at one point for show and tell. Yesterday we took my Dad out to another range he hasn’t been to before, the Belmont Mountains, and it was a stunningly beautiful day. The rain had washed the air clean and you could see all the way back to Vulture Peak but also all the way to Yarnell and Antelope Peak! 🌤🌵📷🥾#familyiseverything #familiaestodo #mydad #thewickenburgwhimsy #sonorandesert #desertgirl #mohavedesert #desertexploring #belmontmountains #belmontmountain #arizona
  • I get my love of the desert from my Dad. He’s been volunteering at the White Tanks Regional Park for as long as I can remember. He helped me take care of my tarantula, Ziggy Stardust, when I was in high school, and years later he rescued and adopted another and named him Speedy. Speedy was around for a long time. My now adult children each took him to school at one point for show and tell. Yesterday we took my Dad out to another range he hasn’t been to before, the Belmont Mountains, and it was a stunningly beautiful day. The rain had washed the air clean and you could see all the way back to Vulture Peak but also all the way to Yarnell and Antelope Peak! 🌤🌵📷🥾 #familyiseverything #familiaestodo #mydad #thewickenburgwhimsy #sonorandesert #desertgirl #mohavedesert #desertexploring #belmontmountains #belmontmountain #arizona
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  • Inside our Skyview Cabins, guests relax in modern day luxury and style - with bits of our resort history surrounding them. Conversations usually start with, "what part of history did you find on your walls..."⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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  • Inside our Skyview Cabins, guests relax in modern day luxury and style - with bits of our resort history surrounding them. Conversations usually start with, "what part of history did you find on your walls..."⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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  • For only the second time, tomorrow, Mr. Nelson’s Cookies® will be at TWO festivals at the same time.  I will be at the Gilbert Farmer’s Market from 8 am to noon and, simultaneously, my wife, Michele –The Executive Cookie Peddler – will be at The Tempe Art Festival in beautiful Tempe, Arizona.  We hope to see you at each of these very fun festivals!  Cookie Love To All! 😃😁😊
  • For only the second time, tomorrow, Mr. Nelson’s Cookies® will be at TWO festivals at the same time. I will be at the Gilbert Farmer’s Market from 8 am to noon and, simultaneously, my wife, Michele –The Executive Cookie Peddler – will be at The Tempe Art Festival in beautiful Tempe, Arizona. We hope to see you at each of these very fun festivals! Cookie Love To All! 😃😁😊
  • 0 1 7 minutes ago
  • Horseshoe Bend & Antelope Canyon!!
그랜드 캐년 vs 앤터로프 캐년 중에 앤터로프 캐년을 선택하길 정말 잘한듯!! 너무 몽환적이고 아름다웠다!! 우리를 안내해주던 인디언 가이드도 정말 멋있었고 뒤에서 따라오면서 소주를 계속 외치던 인디언 가이드의 유쾌함 까지ㅋㅋㅋ 마지막에 환하게 웃으면서 악수를 해주던 따뜻함 까지ㅋㅋ 인상깊었던 투어인듯!!
  • Horseshoe Bend & Antelope Canyon!!
    그랜드 캐년 vs 앤터로프 캐년 중에 앤터로프 캐년을 선택하길 정말 잘한듯!! 너무 몽환적이고 아름다웠다!! 우리를 안내해주던 인디언 가이드도 정말 멋있었고 뒤에서 따라오면서 소주를 계속 외치던 인디언 가이드의 유쾌함 까지ㅋㅋㅋ 마지막에 환하게 웃으면서 악수를 해주던 따뜻함 까지ㅋㅋ 인상깊었던 투어인듯!!
  • 7 1 7 minutes ago
  • John Gottman talks about the main four predictors of divorce: criticism, defensiveness, contempt and stonewalling. ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
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Gottman has done extensive relationship research. These four horsemen are such a big predictor of divorce, that he was able to predict with 94% accuracy if a couple would get divorced by observing them in his lab. I highly recommend you check out his work.⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
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It’s also important to notice that each of these horsemen also have roots in early childhood. ⁣⁣Our primary caregivers modeled healthy and unhealthy behaviors, we learned from them what we would and wouldn’t accept in a relationship, what felt comfortable and what didn’t. For example:⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
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- If our parents stopped talking to us when we messed up or if we knew that things would only get worse if we expressed our feelings/ needs, we learned to normalize stonewalling.⁣⁣⁣
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- If our parents criticized us when we made mistakes, if they rolled their eyes at us and were critical of our answers, always making us feel small or inferior. If our actions, thoughts and words never matched their expectations, we learned contempt was acceptable.⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
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- If our parents perceived us to have character flaws and gave us labels such as “lazy”, “dumb”, “stupid”, “needy”, in turn we normalized criticism.⁣⁣⁣
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- If our parents messed up and failed to take responsibility or apologize, or they blamed us for their mistakes, we normalized defensiveness.⁣⁣⁣
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We are not born being great partners, we have to work on healing to be good enough partners. Exploring our childhood is a great way to start or to continue our work.⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
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We can shift from seeing our partner as our enemy and instead seeing someone with unhealed trauma, just like us.⁣ We can also start recognizing how we do the good ones effortlessly; this is how our brain is wired.⁣⁣
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If you are in an abusive relationship, yes, your partner’s actions stem from childhood trauma but your safety comes first. This is also not to justify someone who is manipulative and emotionally/ psychologically abusive. In order to have a healthy relationship BOTH partners must take responsibility for their own growth.
  • John Gottman talks about the main four predictors of divorce: criticism, defensiveness, contempt and stonewalling. ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
    ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
    Gottman has done extensive relationship research. These four horsemen are such a big predictor of divorce, that he was able to predict with 94% accuracy if a couple would get divorced by observing them in his lab. I highly recommend you check out his work.⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
    ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
    It’s also important to notice that each of these horsemen also have roots in early childhood. ⁣⁣Our primary caregivers modeled healthy and unhealthy behaviors, we learned from them what we would and wouldn’t accept in a relationship, what felt comfortable and what didn’t. For example:⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
    ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
    - If our parents stopped talking to us when we messed up or if we knew that things would only get worse if we expressed our feelings/ needs, we learned to normalize stonewalling.⁣⁣⁣
    ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
    - If our parents criticized us when we made mistakes, if they rolled their eyes at us and were critical of our answers, always making us feel small or inferior. If our actions, thoughts and words never matched their expectations, we learned contempt was acceptable.⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
    ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
    - If our parents perceived us to have character flaws and gave us labels such as “lazy”, “dumb”, “stupid”, “needy”, in turn we normalized criticism.⁣⁣⁣
    ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
    - If our parents messed up and failed to take responsibility or apologize, or they blamed us for their mistakes, we normalized defensiveness.⁣⁣⁣
    ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
    We are not born being great partners, we have to work on healing to be good enough partners. Exploring our childhood is a great way to start or to continue our work.⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
    ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
    We can shift from seeing our partner as our enemy and instead seeing someone with unhealed trauma, just like us.⁣ We can also start recognizing how we do the good ones effortlessly; this is how our brain is wired.⁣⁣
    ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
    If you are in an abusive relationship, yes, your partner’s actions stem from childhood trauma but your safety comes first. This is also not to justify someone who is manipulative and emotionally/ psychologically abusive. In order to have a healthy relationship BOTH partners must take responsibility for their own growth.
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  • The camera was almost bigger than her ❤️❤️#arizona
  • The camera was almost bigger than her ❤️❤️ #arizona
  • 0 0 11 minutes ago
  • Old pawn rattlesnake ring with torquoise nuggets🔥
  • Old pawn rattlesnake ring with torquoise nuggets🔥
  • 7 1 21 minutes ago
  • 🇪🇸El Gran Cañón es una vistosa y escarpada garganta excavada por el río Colorado en el norte de Arizona, Estados Unidos. Está situado en su mayor parte dentro del Parque nacional del Gran Cañón. Fue declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad en 1979 por la UNESCO.
¿Sabias que? Aunque parezca algo increíble, el Gran Cañón del Colorado fue cruzado por el funambulista Nik Wallenda. Recorrió la garganta del río Little sobre un cable de cobre de cinco centímetros de diámetro a 455 metros de altura, sin red de seguridad ni protección de arnés, caminata de 426,7 metros de longitud que finalizó en 23 minutos. Discovery fue en encargado de televisar esta locura de hazaña a nivel mundial.
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┅ Os aseguro que, hasta la fecha, no he visto fotografía alguna que haga justicia a esta maravilla de la naturaleza. ¿Qué os parece el Gran Cañón? ¿Lo conocéis? ┅
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🇬🇧The Grand Canyon is a colorful and rugged gorge excavated by the Colorado River in northern Arizona, United States. It is located mostly within the Grand Canyon National Park. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1979 by UNESCO.
Did you know? Although it seems incredible, the Grand Canyon of the Colorado was crossed by the tightrope walker Nik Wallenda. He crossed the throat of the Little River on a copper cable five centimeters in diameter at 455 meters high, without safety net or harness protection, a walk of 426.7 meters in length that ended in 23 minutes. Discovery was in charge of televising this madness of feat worldwide.
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┅ I assure you that, to date, I have not seen any picture that does justice to this wonder of nature. What do you think of the Grand Canyon? Do you know him? ┅
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  • 🇪🇸El Gran Cañón es una vistosa y escarpada garganta excavada por el río Colorado en el norte de Arizona, Estados Unidos. Está situado en su mayor parte dentro del Parque nacional del Gran Cañón. Fue declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad en 1979 por la UNESCO.
    ¿Sabias que? Aunque parezca algo increíble, el Gran Cañón del Colorado fue cruzado por el funambulista Nik Wallenda. Recorrió la garganta del río Little sobre un cable de cobre de cinco centímetros de diámetro a 455 metros de altura, sin red de seguridad ni protección de arnés, caminata de 426,7 metros de longitud que finalizó en 23 minutos. Discovery fue en encargado de televisar esta locura de hazaña a nivel mundial.
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    ┅ Os aseguro que, hasta la fecha, no he visto fotografía alguna que haga justicia a esta maravilla de la naturaleza. ¿Qué os parece el Gran Cañón? ¿Lo conocéis? ┅
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    🇬🇧The Grand Canyon is a colorful and rugged gorge excavated by the Colorado River in northern Arizona, United States. It is located mostly within the Grand Canyon National Park. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1979 by UNESCO.
    Did you know? Although it seems incredible, the Grand Canyon of the Colorado was crossed by the tightrope walker Nik Wallenda. He crossed the throat of the Little River on a copper cable five centimeters in diameter at 455 meters high, without safety net or harness protection, a walk of 426.7 meters in length that ended in 23 minutes. Discovery was in charge of televising this madness of feat worldwide.
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    ┅ I assure you that, to date, I have not seen any picture that does justice to this wonder of nature. What do you think of the Grand Canyon? Do you know him? ┅
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    #love #happy #picoftheday #nature #travel #trip #vacation #travelgram #instatravel #explore #adventure #travelphotography #traveling #roadtrip #travelblogger #traveller #passporttravel #mytravelgram #traveladdict #exploremore #wanderer #viajar #travelgirl #estadosunidos #usa #arizona #grandcanyonnationalpark #lasonrisademartravels #lasonrisademartravels2010 #lasonrisademartravelsestadosunidos
  • 8 1 24 minutes ago
  • 🇪🇸Cuando la Ruta 66 fue descatalogada, tramos de la misma fueron utilizados de diversas maneras. Algunos se convirtieron en carreteras estatales, locales, caminos privados o fueron abandonados. Actualmente ya no es posible recorrer la Ruta 66 de manera ininterrumpida en todo su trazado de Chicago a Los Ángeles, sólo el ochenta por ciento de la ruta original puede recorrerse aún con un estudio cuidadoso del itinerario a seguir.
¿Sabias que? 
Disney Pixar produjo en el año 2006 la película de animación Cars. Un claro homenaje a la Ruta 66 protagonizada por automóviles. De hecho, muchos de sus personajes y localizaciones están inspirados en gente y lugares de la actual Ruta 66.
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┅ Me encanta la película Cars y cuando la vi me recordó la Ruta 66. ¿Sois de asociar localizaciones de los lugares que visitáis cuando veis películas? ┅
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🇬🇧When Route 66 was discontinued, sections of it were used in various ways. Some became state, local roads, private roads or were abandoned.  Currently it is no longer possible to travel Route 66 continuously throughout its route from Chicago to Los Angeles, only eighty percent of the original route can still be traveled with a careful study of the itinerary to follow.
Did you know?
Disney Pixar produced the animated film Cars in 2006. A clear tribute to Route 66 starring cars. In fact, many of its characters and locations are inspired by people and places on the current Route 66.
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┅ I love the movie Cars and when I saw it it reminded me of Route 66. Are you associating locations of the places you visit when you watch movies? ┅
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#love #happy #picoftheday #nature #travel #trip #vacation #travelgram #instatravel #explore #adventure #travelphotography #traveling #roadtrip #travelblogger #traveller #passporttravel #mytravelgram #traveladdict #exploremore #wanderer #viajar #travelgirl #estadosunidos #usa #arizona #route66 #lasonrisademartravels #lasonrisademartravels2010 #lasonrisademartravelsestadosunidos
  • 🇪🇸Cuando la Ruta 66 fue descatalogada, tramos de la misma fueron utilizados de diversas maneras. Algunos se convirtieron en carreteras estatales, locales, caminos privados o fueron abandonados. Actualmente ya no es posible recorrer la Ruta 66 de manera ininterrumpida en todo su trazado de Chicago a Los Ángeles, sólo el ochenta por ciento de la ruta original puede recorrerse aún con un estudio cuidadoso del itinerario a seguir.
    ¿Sabias que?
    Disney Pixar produjo en el año 2006 la película de animación Cars. Un claro homenaje a la Ruta 66 protagonizada por automóviles. De hecho, muchos de sus personajes y localizaciones están inspirados en gente y lugares de la actual Ruta 66.
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    ┅ Me encanta la película Cars y cuando la vi me recordó la Ruta 66. ¿Sois de asociar localizaciones de los lugares que visitáis cuando veis películas? ┅
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    🇬🇧When Route 66 was discontinued, sections of it were used in various ways. Some became state, local roads, private roads or were abandoned. Currently it is no longer possible to travel Route 66 continuously throughout its route from Chicago to Los Angeles, only eighty percent of the original route can still be traveled with a careful study of the itinerary to follow.
    Did you know?
    Disney Pixar produced the animated film Cars in 2006. A clear tribute to Route 66 starring cars. In fact, many of its characters and locations are inspired by people and places on the current Route 66.
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    ┅ I love the movie Cars and when I saw it it reminded me of Route 66. Are you associating locations of the places you visit when you watch movies? ┅
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    #love #happy #picoftheday #nature #travel #trip #vacation #travelgram #instatravel #explore #adventure #travelphotography #traveling #roadtrip #travelblogger #traveller #passporttravel #mytravelgram #traveladdict #exploremore #wanderer #viajar #travelgirl #estadosunidos #usa #arizona #route66 #lasonrisademartravels #lasonrisademartravels2010 #lasonrisademartravelsestadosunidos
  • 57 7 4 December, 2019
  • 🇪🇸Promovida en 1923 por Cyrus Avery, natural de Oklahoma, cuando empezaban las primeras conversaciones sobre una red nacional de carreteras, la U.S. 66 fue señalizada en 1927 y fue una de las primeras integrantes de la Red de Carreteras Federales de Estados Unidos, sin embargo, no estuvo completamente pavimentada hasta 1938. El tráfico creció en la carretera debido al amplio territorio que abarcaba, era muy llana por lo que se hizo popular en camioneros, y al llegar hasta Los Ángeles muy transitada por veraneantes, lo que hizo prosperar rápidamente todo tipo de atracciones a lo largo de la carretera.
¿Sabias que? Avery eligió el número "66" para nombrar la carretera porque pensaba que dos números iguales serían fáciles de recordar tanto al decirlo como al oírlo.
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┅ Aún se conservan tramos de la Ruta 66, como el que hice que conecta Seligman con Kingman. ¿Os gustaría un road trip por la Ruta 66? ┅
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🇬🇧Promoted in 1923 by Cyrus Avery, a native of Oklahoma, when the first conversations began on a national road network, the U.S. 66 was marked in 1927 and was one of the first members of the United States Federal Highway Network, however, it was not completely paved until 1938. Traffic grew on the road due to the wide territory it covered, it was very flat so  that became popular in truckers, and when arriving to Los Angeles very busy by holidaymakers, which quickly made prosper all kinds of attractions along the highway.
Did you know? Avery chose the number "66" to name the road because he thought that two equal numbers would be easy to remember both when he said it and when he heard it.
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┅ Stretches of Route 66 are still preserved, like the one I made that connects Seligman with Kingman. Would you like a road trip on Route 66? ┅
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#love #happy #picoftheday #nature #travel #trip #vacation #travelgram #instatravel #explore #adventure #travelphotography #traveling #roadtrip #travelblogger #traveller #passporttravel #mytravelgram #traveladdict #exploremore #wanderer #viajar #travelgirl #estadosunidos #usa #arizona #route66 #lasonrisademartravels #lasonrisademartravels2010 #lasonrisademartravelsestadosunidos
  • 🇪🇸Promovida en 1923 por Cyrus Avery, natural de Oklahoma, cuando empezaban las primeras conversaciones sobre una red nacional de carreteras, la U.S. 66 fue señalizada en 1927 y fue una de las primeras integrantes de la Red de Carreteras Federales de Estados Unidos, sin embargo, no estuvo completamente pavimentada hasta 1938. El tráfico creció en la carretera debido al amplio territorio que abarcaba, era muy llana por lo que se hizo popular en camioneros, y al llegar hasta Los Ángeles muy transitada por veraneantes, lo que hizo prosperar rápidamente todo tipo de atracciones a lo largo de la carretera.
    ¿Sabias que? Avery eligió el número "66" para nombrar la carretera porque pensaba que dos números iguales serían fáciles de recordar tanto al decirlo como al oírlo.
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    ┅ Aún se conservan tramos de la Ruta 66, como el que hice que conecta Seligman con Kingman. ¿Os gustaría un road trip por la Ruta 66? ┅
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    🇬🇧Promoted in 1923 by Cyrus Avery, a native of Oklahoma, when the first conversations began on a national road network, the U.S. 66 was marked in 1927 and was one of the first members of the United States Federal Highway Network, however, it was not completely paved until 1938. Traffic grew on the road due to the wide territory it covered, it was very flat so that became popular in truckers, and when arriving to Los Angeles very busy by holidaymakers, which quickly made prosper all kinds of attractions along the highway.
    Did you know? Avery chose the number "66" to name the road because he thought that two equal numbers would be easy to remember both when he said it and when he heard it.
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    ┅ Stretches of Route 66 are still preserved, like the one I made that connects Seligman with Kingman. Would you like a road trip on Route 66? ┅
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  • 50 10 3 December, 2019
  • 🇪🇸La Ruta 66 fue el principal itinerario de los emigrantes que iban al oeste, especialmente durante las tormentas de polvo de los años 30, y sostuvo la economía de las zonas que atravesaba. Fue oficialmente retirada de la Red de Carreteras de Estados Unidos el 27 de junio de 1985, después de decidirse que ya no era relevante. Partes de la carretera que discurren a través de Illinois, Nuevo México y Arizona han sido señalizadas con letreros de "Historic Route 66" y ha vuelto a aparecer en los mapas de carreteras de esta forma.
¿Sabias que? Contrariamente a la creencia generalizada, la Ruta 66 nunca llegó al océano, a pesar de que haya una placa dedicatoria en la intersección de Ocean Boulevard con Santa Monica Boulevard, en Los Ángeles.
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┅ Me encantó visitar este trocito de Ruta 66 e imaginar cómo era todo en su pleno auge. ¿Os ocurre esto? ¿Dejáis volar vuestra imaginación cuando viajáis? ┅
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🇬🇧Route 66 was the main itinerary for migrants going west, especially during the dust storms of the 1930s, and sustained the economy of the areas it was going through.  It was officially removed from the United States Highway Network on June 27, 1985, after deciding that it was no longer relevant.  Parts of the road that run through Illinois, New Mexico and Arizona have been marked with "Historic Route 66" signs and have reappeared on road maps in this way.
Did you know? Contrary to widespread belief, Route 66 never reached the ocean, although there is a dedication plaque at the intersection of Ocean Boulevard with Santa Monica Boulevard in Los Angeles.
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┅ I loved visiting this little piece of Route 66 and imagine how everything was in full swing. Does this happen to you? Do you let your imagination fly when you travel? ┅
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  • 🇪🇸La Ruta 66 fue el principal itinerario de los emigrantes que iban al oeste, especialmente durante las tormentas de polvo de los años 30, y sostuvo la economía de las zonas que atravesaba. Fue oficialmente retirada de la Red de Carreteras de Estados Unidos el 27 de junio de 1985, después de decidirse que ya no era relevante. Partes de la carretera que discurren a través de Illinois, Nuevo México y Arizona han sido señalizadas con letreros de "Historic Route 66" y ha vuelto a aparecer en los mapas de carreteras de esta forma.
    ¿Sabias que? Contrariamente a la creencia generalizada, la Ruta 66 nunca llegó al océano, a pesar de que haya una placa dedicatoria en la intersección de Ocean Boulevard con Santa Monica Boulevard, en Los Ángeles.
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    ┅ Me encantó visitar este trocito de Ruta 66 e imaginar cómo era todo en su pleno auge. ¿Os ocurre esto? ¿Dejáis volar vuestra imaginación cuando viajáis? ┅
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    🇬🇧Route 66 was the main itinerary for migrants going west, especially during the dust storms of the 1930s, and sustained the economy of the areas it was going through. It was officially removed from the United States Highway Network on June 27, 1985, after deciding that it was no longer relevant. Parts of the road that run through Illinois, New Mexico and Arizona have been marked with "Historic Route 66" signs and have reappeared on road maps in this way.
    Did you know? Contrary to widespread belief, Route 66 never reached the ocean, although there is a dedication plaque at the intersection of Ocean Boulevard with Santa Monica Boulevard in Los Angeles.
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    ┅ I loved visiting this little piece of Route 66 and imagine how everything was in full swing. Does this happen to you? Do you let your imagination fly when you travel? ┅
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    #love #happy #picoftheday #nature #travel #trip #vacation #travelgram #instatravel #explore #adventure #travelphotography #traveling #roadtrip #travelblogger #traveller #passporttravel #mytravelgram #traveladdict #exploremore #wanderer #viajar #travelgirl #estadosunidos #usa #arizona #route66 #lasonrisademartravels #lasonrisademartravels2010 #lasonrisademartravelsestadosunidos
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