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Margarita Island's Complete Travel Guide By Marsha Fernandez
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Margarita Island travel guide offers travel tips, restaurant directory, excursion & entertainment info, frequently asked questions, travel articles, Margarita history, beaches, photos and many... More > website links included. Now being sold in COLOR!< Less
The I-95 Exit Information Guide By Tom Gilligan
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6th Edition. All new listings for 2008. New wire-bound format. Handy glove box size. Exit service listings for the entire length of Interstate 95 from Maine to Florida. Detailed food, gas, lodging,... More > camping, shopping, rest areas, welcome centers, AM/FM radio stations and other essential travel services in an easy to read format. Plus several alternate routes including Maine's I-295 (Coastal route), Virginia's I-295 (Richmond/Petersburg bypass), Florida's I-295 (Jacksonville bypass)and Florida's I-4 (Tampa to Daytona).< Less
Cruising in a Big Way By Richard Cook
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Have you ever seen a National Geographic article or television program on the whales, salmon, bears, or glaciers of the Pacific Northwest, and dreamed of seeing the beautiful coast of British... More > Columbia and Alaska for yourself? How about up close and personal, in your very own boat? In this book, we’ll describe how you could make that dream a reality, in a small (trailerable) boat.< Less
Bumfuzzle By Patrick Schulte
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We've all had that conversation—with ourselves or our significant other—the one about what to do with our life. For some it remains just that—a conversation. But for Pat and Ali the... More > simple question had an answer that demanded action. "Why not sail around the world?" Well, for starters, they had never stepped foot on a sailboat before. For another, they were on the fast track to beating out all of the Joneses. But they were bored and getting a little soft around the middle. The idea of moving to the suburbs from the city to become more comfortable made them queasy. Within months they'd bought a 35' catamaran and had set out across the Gulf Stream for the Bahamas, and for the next four years they sailed around the world. They learned that people are good the world over—that every stranger was not out to get them, that even the scariest looking among them—the pirates of our minds eye—are deep down no different from you and I. In fact, they've had that conversation too—What am I going to do with my life?< Less