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Road Trip America: A State By State Guide to Offbeat Destinations
  • Andrew F Wood, San Jose State University

The heightened stress of traveling by air these days has encouraged more and more families to pack up the minivan and hit the road. Ramble along America’s highways and byways with Road Trip America, a tour of our nation’s long-loved roadside attractions and oddities. Featuring the coolest and weirdest destinations of yesterday and today—like the Boll Weevil Monument in Enterprise, Alabama; Carhenge (a Stonehenge made of cars) in Alliance, Nebraska; and the world’s largest teapot in Chester, West Virginia—this handy guide provides cover-to-cover entertainment for both armchair and on-the-road travelers. With classic photographs, postcards, pennants, matchbook covers, and other cheap souvenirs, this state-by-state travel destination book helps you relive your travels of yesterday and plan your trips of tomorrow.

  • roadside,
  • motels
Publication Date
Collectors Press
Citation Information
Andrew F Wood. Road Trip America: A State By State Guide to Offbeat Destinations. Portland OR(2003)
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