Historical Larimer Square in Denver, Colorado

Larimer Square is one of Denver's first streets. It's also the city's first historic district, thanks to Dana Crawford and her preservation project in the 1960s. The Old-West buildings have been preserved and now serve as home to wonderful restaurants, bars and other venues just a few blocks from Union Station in Lower Downtown (LoDo) Denver.

Georgetown, Colorado, off I-70 in the Rocky Mountains

Here are some pictures from historic Georgetown, Colorado, an Old West town dating from 1859. Nestled in the Rocky Mountains, it hosts one end of the Georgetown Loop Historic Steam Train. Every October, they celebrate John Denver and the movie The Christmas Gift.

Get Your Kicks on Route 66 in Seligman, Arizona

Enjoy a stop on the historic Route 66 at Seligman, Arizona. Angel and Vilma's Route 66 Gift Shop has every imaginable souvenir emblazoned with the famous highway sign. Plus, you might notice a few similarities between Seligman and the fictional Radiator Springs in the Pixar movie "Cars".

Lee’s Chicken Restaurant, Lincoln, Nebraska

Let's have fried chicken for lunch at Lee's Chicken Restaurant in Lincoln, Nebraska. Home cooking, friendly staff and a homey atmosphere make this oldest operating restaurant in Lincoln a fun and welcoming place.