50 States, 5,000 Ideas: Where to Go, When to Go, What to See, What to Do

December 12, 2019 - Comment

This richly illustrated book from the travel experts at National Geographic showcases the best travel experiences in every state, from the obvious to the unexpected. Sites include national parks, beaches, hotels, Civil War battlefields, dude ranches, out-of-the-way museums, and more. You’ll discover the world’s longest yard sale in Tennessee, swamp tours in Louisiana, dinosaur trails

This richly illustrated book from the travel experts at National Geographic showcases the best travel experiences in every state, from the obvious to the unexpected. Sites include national parks, beaches, hotels, Civil War battlefields, dude ranches, out-of-the-way museums, and more. You’ll discover the world’s longest yard sale in Tennessee, swamp tours in Louisiana, dinosaur trails in Colorado, America’s oldest street in NYC, and the best spot to watch for sea otters on the central California coast. Each entry provides detailed travel information as well as fascinating facts about each state that will help fuel your wanderlust and ensure the best vacation possible. In addition to 50 states in the U.S., the book includes a section on the Canadian provinces and territories.

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Anonymous says:

I read a lot of travel books and plan pretty much all of our family trips on my own I read a lot of travel books and plan pretty much all of our family trips on my own, with only a few exceptions. My family of 5 has been on 6 continents and 30 countries; we need to cross off Antartica. I’ve recently wanted to see more of our own country, as we have seen a lot, but there’s still so much left. I’ve used Frommer’s, Fodor’s, Lonely Planet, Google, Tripadvisor, anything I can to help me research a place. The title of this book is great and I was SO excited to get it and start…

Anonymous says:

Disappointed I bought this for my husband thinking it would be a fun book to take on road trips but I feel like it was difficult to actually use on a casual trip. The pages are crammed with text but nothing looks unique or appealing. It’s not a book that inspired me to stop at any of the travel spots and it didn’t feel well researched for all the info it contains since it barely touches on anything truly unique or interesting. I will be relying on Google instead – don’t bother paying for a book like this…

Anonymous says:

Don’t bother there’s no ideas in this book! Can’t believe national geographic put their name on this book. It is by far totally not worth a dollar you may find 10 ideas of things to do. It is nothing but a book naming 50 states. Somewhere they missed the title 5000 ideas. Not worth the paper it is printed on. It worked out for me Amazon took it back.

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