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Pasadena is home to the world famous Tournament of Roses Parade. Signs
identifying Route 66 were not posted here until 1929. East Colorado Blvd.
wasn't part of the Mother Road until 1940.
3838 E Colorado Blvd.
Open since 1952 this was once an old style coffee shop now known
for their Pastrami Burger ... read
1978 E Colorado Blvd.
This place isn't that old, but it does have a great neon sign. Cameron's
Seafood that opened in 1984 ... read
1633 East Colorado Blvd.
This motel dates back to the 1950s. There's a large pool in the
courtyard ... read
Side Trip: One block north of Colorado Blvd. at Euclid Avenue you'll
find the Pasadena City Hall, a magnificent building well worth a short
side trip to see.
100 N Garfield Ave.
One block off Colorado Blvd. Construction was complete in December
1927 on this early Renaissance style building ... read
Back on 66: Backtrack to Colorado and continue west to the Colorado
Blvd. Bridge over the Arroyo Seco.
Whatever alignment you take out of Pasadena, this bridge is a must
see. Take W. Colorado Blvd. to N. Orange Grove Blvd. ... read
Return east to Arroyo Seco Blvd. and turn south to curve onto the Arroyo
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