Fodor's Travel Experts Glean "Hit-the-Road" Inspiration from American Road® Magazine
Fodor's travel experts glean "hit-the-road" inspiration from American Road® Magazine. Plan a magical cross-country road trip (even with the kids) to make your summer memorable.
Mount Clemens, MI (PRWEB) May 10, 2007
A friend spotted a robin. The neighbor is outside polishing his car in his shorts. Spring is here. Summer vacation is just around the corner and it's time to start planning!
Are you looking for help with a summer road trip adventure or an exciting weekend getaway? In 2007, Fodor's travel experts identify American Road® magazine as a great resource for off-the-main-highway inspiration. Their list of "10 Must-Do Adventures for 2007" are sure to cure the been-there-done-that blues--with a little help from American Road. http://www. fodors. com/wire/archives/002222.cfm (http://www. fodors. com/wire/archives/002222.cfm)
The late, great Charles Kuralt said, "Thanks to the Interstate Highway System, it is now possible to travel from coast to coast without seeing anything." Avoid the interstate blahs and listen to the experts at Fodor's. Hit the road for adventure!
For road trip ideas, grab the current issue of American Road magazine featuring:
O The world's oldest Service Station (built of Petrified Wood) on Colorado's stretch of US 50
O Hawaii's lush curvy road to Hana
O Nebraska's buried gem -- the Agate Highway.
American Road® back issues feature scenic road trips and roadside attractions that put you face to face with mermaids, pistol packing mamas, giant penguins and catsup bottles -- or Bigfoot, depending upon your pleasure.
What child wouldn't want to sleep in a wigwam or a renovated train car? Kids of all ages will delight in the classic diners and well-kept mom-and-pop motels found in the magazine's regular departments. They are easy on the family budget, too.
Discover the joy of the journey and adventure in America's back yard. Pack up the kids. Grab your car keys, a disc with great road tunes, and an issue of American Road magazine. The children will have so much fun you might never hear "Are we there yet?"
You can also find that roadside attraction, locate that vintage motel, discover that hidden landmark, and make new memories on the road less traveled through American Road's web site: americanroadmagazine. com..
American Road is published quarterly by Mock Turtle Press of Mt. Clemens, Michigan, and was named in the Top 30 Notable Magazines shortly after debuting in 2003. The Executive Editor of American Road is Thomas Repp.
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