From the bloggers at Rolling in a RV.
Route 66 (Central Ave.) runs east to west through Albuquerque and wasn’t completely bypassed by the interstate until 1970 so many of the old motels, restaurants and businesses are still standing.
We drove along this section of 66 in midafternoon, directly west, so my photos aren’t very good. The signs are artistically designed and colorful. The street must look really great when the neon is lit up at night!
The Hiway House chain of motels was founded in 1956. This one in Albuquerque is one of the few still operating with the original name and sign.
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