National Geographic Guide to Scenic Highways and Byways
National Geographic Society, 2001 - Travel - 352 pages
Organized by region, this entertaining and practical handbook introduces over 200 road-tested driving tours through every kind of landscape from the intimacies of small towns, remote farms, and quiet bays to the grand spectacles of mountains, rivers, and dramatic coastal highways. Featuring the expertise of fourteen veteran National Geographic Society writers, this completely updated edition of the bestselling National Geographic’s Guide to Scenic Highways and Byways describes scenery, points of interest, and history as well as complete directions, driving times, and the visiting hours.
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