Books and Maps
Traveling with Your Pet
with your pet the AAA petbookŪ is an animal-lover's best friend!
This useful guide provides the important information you need
when taking a trip with your pet, from packing tips to traveling
by car to selecting the right pet-friendly accommodation. With
more than 10,000 listings across North America -- including properties
in each of AAA's diamond rating categories.
Portable petswelcome.com: The Complete Guide to Traveling with
by Fred N. Grayson (Author), Chris Kingsley (Author)
Pet owners will love this companion volume to the Internet's most
popular pet travel site, together providing everything they need
to know about traveling with their pets. The Portable petswelcome.com
provides essential information and tips on traveling with a pet
in the United States. Check out a wide range of hotels, motels,
B&Bs and campgrounds that are pet friendly -- along with listings
of services of interest to pet owners, including emergency veterinarians,
boarding kennels, pet sitters and pet day-care facilities.
Traveling with a Child
WHISTLE TRAVELING-WITH-KIDS BOOK : WHETHER BY BOAT, TRAIN, CAR,
OR PLANE...HOW TO TAKE THE BEST TRIP EVER WITH KIDS
a toy store owner, and magazine editor Gilbar continue their collaboration
(The Penny Whistle Birthday Book, Fireside, 1992, and others)
with a useful travel book for parents. Chapters include advice
on family travel planning, packing, children's games, exercise
programs, and road food (including recipes).
Roads and Scenic Drives in the Middle Atlantic States
by Chris. Benton
Geographic U. S. Scenic Drives: Guidemap
by National Geographic Society, Laminating Services
Most Scenic Drives in America (Most Scenic Drives in America)
by Readers Digest
A one-of-a-kind trip planner, a superb on-the-road reference,
and an album of 400 photographs. From the Atlantic to the Pacific-120
outstanding drives to see the magnificence of America-each with
detailed, easy-to-follow maps.
Geographic's Guide to Scenic Highways and Byways : Second Edition
by National Geographic Kids
away from it all on 200 spectacular drives that show off the beauty
Highways and Byways takes you on quick escapes, weekend getaways,
and alluring detours and tells you about the landscape, hisstory,
plants, and animals along the way. It also suggests interesting
stops -- towns, museums, historical sites, parks, plus lots of
Packing for Today's Traveler
by Susan Foster, Jeannette Schilling (Illustrator), Diane
How to Pack
Aiming to trade your jumbo suitcase for one that's merely medium-size?
Trying to fit everything into a carry-on? Do you always pack too
much, too little, or the wrong thing?and obsess about it? Fodor's
How to Pack is a must-have to helps you get organized.Packed with
info and advice on everything...
Rver's Bible: Everything You Need to Know About Choosing, Using,
and Enjoying Your Rv
by Kim Baker, Sunny Baker
The Bakers (Desktop Direct Marketing, McGraw, 1995) have written
the recreational vehicle guide they wished they could have read
themselves ten years ago. They tackle practical concerns such as
choosing the best RV, its mechanics, and things to do in it. The
authors' experiences underline the importance of the safety tips
they sprinkle throughout, along with occasional illustrations and
checklists, loading pointers, and discussions of pests and crossing
borders. There is even a section on RV equipment for the physically
Complete Idiot's Guide(R) to RVing
by Brent Peterson
PETERSON is former editor of RV View, a magazine devoted to the
technical aspects of owning an RV, and is editor-at-large for Woodall's
Publishing, home to seven consumer titles about RV travel. Brent
is a frequent contributor to Coast to Coast and Roads to Adventure
magazines, and his weekly "RV Guy" column, detailing his
unique take on RVing, appears in 35 online newspaper Web sites.
for the Savvy Traveler
by Helen Rosenbaum, Deborah Burns, Sarah Clarkson (Contributor)
is often associated with spontaneity and freedom, but there's
usually some preparation and forethought necessary to get you
to that carefree time. That's where Deborah Burns comes in. An
accomplished, savvy traveler herself, she writes sensibly and
lucidly on those little things (itineraries, visas, foreign languages,
transportation, children, and budgets) that make the difference
between a holiday to dream about and a nightmare vacation experience.
The more preparation the better. Some visas take months to procure.
The best travel deals are often available far in advance of departure.
And as for those shoes, to bring comfortable, well-broken-in footwear,
you can't go shopping for them a week before you leave. Covering
health, business, souvenirs, safety, dining, and what to pack.
Tips for the Sophisticated Woman: Over 1000 Tips on Museums, Shopping,
Dining, Chocolate, Looking Great & More while traveling in
Europe and North America
by Laura Vestanen
We American women deserve terrific vacations and Travel Tips for
the Sophisticated Woman shows us how to get most from our beloved
journeys. It has over 1,000 tips for educated, fashionable, gracious
women traveling to city destinations in Europe and North America.
Museums, savvy shopping, visiting historic venues, enjoying cultural
events, secrets to packing lots in a small bag, wearing comfortable
and stylish clothing, staying safe, feeling great, finding the
absolute best chocolate, and more - all delivered in a clean,
crisp style with delightful touches of humor.
Women: More Travel Tips and Wisdom for the Road
by Marybeth Bond
"...this book is fresh and insightful, even for the most-seasoned
"...essential reading for women travelers of any age."
Pacific Northwest: The Guide for All Budgets, Completely Updated,
With Many Maps and Travel Tips (Fodor's Pacific Northwest)
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 Pacific
Northwest 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 Pacific Northwest 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.
Bad Girl's Guide to the Open Road
by Cameron Tuttle, Susannah Bettag (Illustrator)
Who hasn't fantasized about ditching work and pulling a Thelma
and Louise? Well, don't even think about taking a road trip without
a copy of Cameron Tuttle's Bad Girl's Guide to the Open Road.
Tuttle, who's crisscrossed the country several times, has written
a hilarious, in-your-face, travelogue/self-help book (glove-compartment-size
with a nifty hot-pink cover) that's sure to get adventure-seeking
gals everywhere in their cars.
Maps & Atlases
Rand McNally 2005 Road Atlas
Rand McNally 2005 Pocket Road Atlas
Rand McNally 2005 Large Scale Road Atlas
Rand McNally 2005 Road Atlas & Travel Guide
Kids' Road Atlas