THE VACATION GUIDE by Robert Spiers Benjamin

THE VACATION GUIDE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

With traveling in America becoming imperative, this is a suggestion-maker for those who like to plan their own vacations, taking into account what you would most like to do and what is available in that direction. The book covers the U. S., Bermuda, Mexico, Alaska, Gaspe, and possibilities for families, couples, single women and single men are outlined, whether by auto, boat, air, canoe, horse, or shanks mare. Dude ranches, sports, fishing, hunting, youth hostels, hiking, cruises, cultural vacations, eating, gardens, ghost towns, etc. with climates and places to stay and pricess. It's all there, and there's no excuse to say there's nowhere to go for nothing seems to be missing. A good stock item for stores and libraries.

Pub Date: May 1st, 1940
Publisher: Whittlesey House