are back again, because by traveling in the security of your own car and
visiting friendly small-town America, it brings back the way America used to be
and the way we would like it to be again.
those who travel up and down the East coast, Drive I-95 is a new style of
guidebook. It combines colorful easy-to-follow pictorial maps and fun stories,
eliminating the trepidation of a road trip down America s busiest highway.
Travelers can look ahead exit-by-exit to see which motels and gas stations are
coming up, where the radars trap are or where to stop for a good homemade meal.
The drive from New Hampshire to Miami or any section in-between will become
more pleasant and less stressful by knowing where to find: 24-hour gas stations
(and which ones have a mechanic!) and pharmacies, 800 numbers for motel chains,
camp grounds, golf courses, places that allow pets, shopping malls,
supermarkets, internet availability and even which radio stations to tune to.
This husband and wife team share stories of the road: history that happened on
it, quirky museums worth a visit, Americana trivia, homey towns to explore, or
places to run with the kids and pets. These can be read for entertainment
during the drive and may entice motorists to stop, stretch their legs and
discover someplace new. The maps and the fun stories of the road are useful for
family travelers (Christmas, Spring break or summer), seniors, salesmen,
truckers, campers and RVers, University students and their parents, military
personnel and people who live and work near I-95. This 6th edition now covers
ALL of I-95 from Maine to Miami.
bound, 294 pages, Stan Posner]