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Mobil Travel Guide 2001 Southeast
Mobile Travel Guides are the perfect travel planner no matter where in
America you want to go. Revised and updated, these comprehensive,
exhaustively researched guides provide travelers with reliable advice on
finding good values, quality service, and the distinctive attractions that
give a destination its character. I have been using these guides for my road
trips for years and years. Along with Georgia, this edition covers Alabama,
Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina,
Fodor's Road Guide USA: Georgia, North Carolina and South
Carolina Everything travelers need
for a great road trip with encyclopedic listings with to-the-point descriptions of over 25,000 hotels,
restaurants, and attractions in more than 5,000 towns series-wide.
Contact information, rules of the road, scenic drives, climate charts, and
Two-color format and alphabetical organization puts information at readers'
State and town introductions provide background, timelines offer a sense of
history. Fascinating thematic boxes showcase local art, culture, and notable
Top 10 lists of parks, golf courses, beaches, and more.
Scenic highway photos throughout get readers in the mood to hit the road.
A complete 16-page atlas of detailed full-color highway maps, plus
black-and-white maps covering walking and driving tours.
An essential accessory for every car--useful to plan trips and a must-have
on the road.
This ground-breaking, 15-volume series offers travelers more choices of
things to see and do and more places to stay and eat, in more towns
nationwide, than any other guide. No other series for road trips is so up to
date--or so comprehensive. I have used the Fodor's guides throughout the
rest of the world, and now they are available for the States. About time!
Fodor's Carolinas and Georgia :
The Guide for all Budgets -
No matter what
your budget or whether it's your first trip or fifteenth, Fodor's Gold
Guides get you where you want to go. In this completely up-to-date guide
our experts who live in the Carolinas and Georgia give you the inside
track, showing you all the things to see and do -- from must-see sights to
off-the-beaten-path adventures, from shopping to outdoor fun. Fodor's
Carolinas and Georgia shows you hundreds of hotel and restaurant choices
in all price ranges -- from budget-friendly B&Bs to luxury hotels,
from casual eateries to the hottest new restaurants, complete with
thorough reviews showing what makes each place special. The Smart Travel
Tips A to Z section helps you take care of the nitty gritty with essential
local contacts and great advice -- from how to take your mountain bike
with you to what to do in an emergency. Your personal supply of Post-it?
flags makes it easy to mark your favorite listings. Plus, web links,
costs, and mix-and-match itineraries make planning a snap.
Florida : And Alabama, Georgia,
South Carolina, Tennessee, and Kentucky
- Discover the region's best Driving Tours with National Geographic as your
guide. Features the region's best routes and attractions, including:
* Towns and cities, historical and cultural sites, natural areas, plus
* Entertaining, insightful commentary
* Useful travel tips
* More than 120 original, color photographs
* Detailed maps for each drive keyed to descriptions in text
* Directions, mileages, and visitor information.
Great Family Vacations : South
(Includes Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, North
and South Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia)
- Family-travel expert Candyce H. Stapen has taken the hassle
out of vacation planning with Great Family Vacations: South." Inside
you'll find 25 complete vacations loaded with enough activities to keep
every member of your family happy for weeks! Whether you're looking for
museums and historic sites, thrill-a-minute amusement parks, animal
attractions, natural wonders and the great outdoors, sporting events, or a
healthy dose of all the above and more, here's everything you need to make
your next family vacation a great family vacation.
Golf Vacations Even Non-Golfers
Will Enjoy: Southeastern United States -A book reviewer from Ohio
states, "If you have one or more non-golfers in the family, it's important to plan
your golf vacation for where there are things for the others to do while
you're on the course. Our family had been planning a Myrtle Beach vacation
and had found lots of "general" info on the web, but this book
speaks directly to golfers with non-golfers in the group, so it was
tremendously helpful to us. We're already planning a trip to Florida for
next summer, based on this book's recommendations." Includes vacation
ideas for Georgia.
The Charleston, Savannah & Coastal Islands Book: A Complete
(Great Destinations Series) Spring comes early to the
Lowcountry. At a time of year when New York City is coated in a seemingly
permanent layer of brown slush and St. Paul, Minnesota, is digging out from
yet another remarkable blizzard, Beaufort, South Carolina, is celebrating
its annual daffodil harvest and Charleston is putting on its Lowcountry
Blues Bash and hosting the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition. In a region
that's sweltering by May, February through April is the time to visit, and
Cecily McMillan's guide makes traveling as easy as sweet potato pie. With
attention to history, lodging, restaurants, recreation, and culture,
McMillan provides easily navigable maps, advice on what to do and see, and a
strong flavor of the South.
The Thru-hiker's Handbook (Georgia to Maine)
- This would have to be the first choice for long distance hikes on the
Appalachian Trail. Dan's guide books have been the standard for real hikers
for years. The book is extremely helpful in planning town stops and re-supply points.
The inclusion of historic information as well as plant and fauna
descriptions elevate it above just facts and figures.
In the back of the guide is a section to submit updates on
anything the reader finds has changed since the guide was published. This gives everyone the chance to participate in
keeping the guide up to date.
Rand McNally Atlanta Map Guide (Mapguide)
Greater Atlanta, Georgia Street Map Book
This map book is accurate, extremely detailed, and easy to read. Finding
maps using the grid system is intuitive and simple. Great atlas! If it is in
the Atlanta area, you can find it with this map.
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