El Cid Vacations Club knows that there is something wonderful about traveling the open road. Road trips can make traveling as enjoyable and memorable as the destination itself. There are plenty of interesting and unique things to see and do while driving, especially if you plan your route with this in mind.
Look into less traveled and historic routes. El Cid Vacations Club understands that this will make for less traffic and provide for a fun history lesson! For example, the historic route 66 that was the first cross-country highway in America is a great trip. Due to its historic condition the entire original route is not available for traveling on but there are other highways that run parallel that offer the same stops and scenery. No matter what the route you are taking be sure to have a good map and do not be afraid to ask questions to locals you run into during stops along the way.
El Cid Vacations Club knows that, depending on where you are traveling, many routes have local farm stands and unique roadside attractions. Take the time to enjoy these little treasures along the way. You can find lots of interesting and unique items, people and landscapes that make for a great travel experience that will be just as fun and exciting and the destination itself.