FOOTLOOSE IN CANADA by Horace Sutton

FOOTLOOSE IN CANADA

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Proletarian to plush, this is a beyond the average, impersonal, sales talk for Canadian vacationing and travel. As a guidebook, it has its irreverent moments, but on the whole, for all its superficial sophistication, the once-over-lightly technique gives the new tourist what he will need to know and what he will find. From the maritimes of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, on to Quebec, Ontario, the prairies, the Rockies and the Pacific Coast, this offers working knowledge. Of hotels, shopping, sight-seeing; standard, de luxe and optional tours, various means of transportation; headquarters for further explorations; pitfalls of which it is nice to be forewarned (menus as well as prices, passport and customs information, local, regional and trivial know-how -- but important for comfort in foreign, if neighborly, travel) -- this has something to offer for ""upstairs"" wanderers of any type.

Pub Date: May 25th, 1950
Publisher: Rinehart