Book Reviews of Going Off the Beaten Path: An Untraditional Travel Guide to the U. S.

Going Off the Beaten Path: An Untraditional Travel Guide to the U. S.
Going Off the Beaten Path An Untraditional Travel Guide to the U S
Author: Mary Dymond Davis
ISBN-13: 9781879360013
ISBN-10: 1879360012
Publication Date: 8/1991
Pages: 466
Rating:
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3.8 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Noble Press Inc
Book Type: Paperback
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Davis, author of The Ecologist's Guide to France (R. & E. Miles, 1988), has compiled a unique travel guide for these environmentally aware times. Sections are filled with specific entries of places where environmentally conscious travelers can see and/or become involved with pro-Earth projects. Entries range from vegetarian restaurants to museums. Also included are alternative energy sites, waste management sites, peace sites, and environmental study camps and trips. Entries provide addresses, phone numbers, hours, and costs, plus other pertinent information. Both general and geographical indexes are included. This book pulls together a vast amount of information, some of which may be found in other places, but much of which is new.
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This travel guide has some spectacular sites to visit, that the average person would never think of visiting. Very educational, especially if you have kids. Try it and you will enjoy trips more.