Excellent Route 66 Guide

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61IFF9qVtfL._SX387_BO1,204,203,200_As a self-defined Route 66 junkie, I’m thrilled to see more guidebooks on the Mother Road. Some are better than others, and that’s certainly the case with Amy Bizzarri’s, The Best Hits on Route 66. If nothing else this well-illustrated guide gets you in the mood for a road trip; but beyond that, it’s filled with useful information on a plethora of roadside attractions along the way. Continue reading

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Birmingham Guidebook Highlights Accessible Walks

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FiveStar_Hikes_BirminghamWhen I was researching our visit to De Soto State Park in Northern Alabama, I happened across the guidebook, Five-Star Trails Birmingham. Even though I wasn’t visiting the city proper, the subtitle of the book – Your Guide to the Area’s Most Beautiful Hikes – definitely caught my attention. And I was even more pleased after I cracked the cover and discovered that “wheelchair-access” was noted on each and every hike. Granted it didn’t include  the level of access details that I usually  note in my publications, but it’s certainly enough to decide if each walk will or won’t work for you. Continue reading

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Excellent Yosemite Road Trip Book

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Although Yosemite Valley is only a tiny portion of the national park, it’s where the bulk of the visitors end up. And rightly so, as visitors can get spectacular views of Yosemite Falls, Half Dome, El Capitan and countless other natural features along this seven mile stretch of the park. But there’s much more to Yosemite National Park, than just the valley, and The Road Guide to Yosemite tells you how to discover it all. Continue reading

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