America's Cheap Sleeps: No-Frills, Budget Accommodations for $40 Or Less Per Night

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Open Road Publishing, Mar 1, 1998 - Motels - 580 pages
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According to the American Automobile Association, Americans took more than 700 million car trips for pleasure in 1995, and AAA estimates this number has increased since then. America's Cheap Sleeps caters to the millions of Americans who love to take road trips but hate to spend a lot on a place to lay their head along the way. This comprehensive guide offers thousands of snapshot listings of good, clean, safe places to stay in America's motels, motor inns, and inexpensive hotels for forty dollars or less per night!

America's Cheap Sleeps is arranged alphabetically, state by state, city by city, and town by town. Lodging information includes address, phone number, rates, number of units, pet policies, amenities, discounts, and which credit cards are accepted. The author also offers valuable information on travel clubs, coupons, how to obtain the best room rate, and safety tips. Other listings include alternatives to motel travel and a variety of money-saving tips.

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