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Actress Jeanne Tripplehorn's Guide to Route 66

Jeanne Tripplehorn.

Photo: Jesse Chehak

Jeanne Tripplehorn is the spokesperson for the World Monuments Fund, an organization now working to preserve and protect Route 66. For T+L, Tripplehorn shared her favorite haunts. Read the article

Destinations: Winslow · Gallup · Amarillo · Litchfield · Arcadia

Inspired by: My Favorite Place: Jeanne Tripplehorn — by Dani Shapiro, Published Oct. 2009

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    La Posada Hotel

    This restored 1920s Spanish-Colonial property, filled with antique hand-carved Mexican furnishings and hammered-tin mirrors. The on-site Turquoise

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    Ariston Café

    Opened in 1924 (and not much changed since), this is the oldest restaurant on Route 66.

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Activities (3)

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    Cadillac Ranch

    A truly American art installation, the ranch consists of ten grafitti-covered Cadillacs buried halfway in the ground.

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    Richardson's Trading Company

    This famous trading post sells kachina dolls, Zuni pottery, and turquoise jewelry.

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    Pops

    Pops — a combination gas station, diner, and soda shop north of Oklahoma city, has added a futuristic twist to the iconic highway. With its dramati

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