Series: Lonely Planet Road Trip Guide

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Lonely Planet Road Trip Blue Ridge Parkway by Loretta Chilcoat
Lonely Planet Road Trip Blues & BBQ by Tom Downs
Lonely Planet Road Trip California Highway 1 by Paige Penland
Lonely Planet Road Trip Hudson River Valley by China Williams
Lonely Planet Road Trip Lake Michigan by Jim DuFresne
Lonely Planet Road Trip Napa & Sonoma Wine Country by Richard Sterling
Lonely Planet Road Trip New England by Kim Grant
Lonely Planet Road Trip Route 66 by Sara Benson

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  1. Lonely Planet Milan, Turin & Genoa by Nicola Williams (2001)
  2. Route 66: Traveler's Guide and Roadside Companion by Tom Snyder (1990)
  3. Route 66: The Mother Road by Michael Wallis (1990)
  4. Traveling Route 66: 2,250 Miles of Motoring History from Chicago to L.A. by Nick Freeth (2001)
  5. Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks by Bradley Mayhew (2003)
  6. Route 66 Lost & Found: Ruins and Relics Revisited by Russell A. Olsen (2004)
  7. Route 66 Postcards: Greetings From The Mother Road by Michael Wallis (1993)
  8. Insight Guides New Zealand by Craig Dowling (1985)
  9. Lonely Planet Hanoi & Halong Bay Encounter by Tom Downs (2007)
  10. Lonely Planet Eastern USA by Karla Zimmerman (2012)
  11. Road Trip USA: Cross-Country Adventures on America's Two-Lane Highways by Jamie Jensen (1996)
  12. Route 66: 2,297 Miles from Chicago to LA by Nick Freeth (2001)
  13. Travellers' Tips: For Travellers by Travellers by Tom Hall (2003)
  14. Lonely Planet The Cities Book (General Pictorial) by Lonely Planet (2006)
  15. Route 66: A Guidebook to the Mother Road by Bob Moore (1994)

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