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South: Mobil Travel Guide

by Mobil Travel Guide

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Mobil Travel Guide takes you on a ride through Alabama, where historic attractions are plentiful, golf enthusiasts can enjoy 18 championship golf courses, and Birmingham boasts an important stop on any African-American history tour. In Arkansas, six national parks and 50 state parks beckon outdoor lovers with wilderness, wildlife, magnificent lakes and rivers, and a hot springs. In your Mobil Travel Guide, you'll also find a "Clinton Driving Tour," complete with directions and visitor stops. Divided into four sections-the Bluegrass, the south central cave country, the eastern mountains, and the western lakes-Kentucky is a state full of beautiful scenery, a multitude of crops, famous horse racing, a baseball legend, and the fine art of Kentucky bourbon. Cajun country beckons in Louisiana, and Mobil Travel Guide makes it easy to find the best on the bayou, including trips to see cypress trees, a cotton plantation mansion, museums, national forests, and, of course, plenty of good food and music. Mississippi draws travelers for its Gulf Coast climate, its good fishing and hunting, and its beatiful forests, antebellum traditions, and many other attractions. Tennessee is perhaps best known for Elvis Presley's Graceland home tour, but there's much more to see, and Mobil Travel Guide takes you there, along with recommending restaurants and loding options. In the Regional Travel Planner: South you'll also get chapters on driving some of America's Byways™: Natchez Trace Parkway, Selma to Montgomery March Byway, and Creole Nature Trail. The Regional Travel Planner: South covers Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee. It also includes Side Trips to Pensacola, FL; Atlanta, GA; Cincinnati, OH; and Houston, TX. The Mobil Travel Guide Regional Travel Planner series (17 titles) gives you a driver's-eye view of trips throughout the United States and Canada. Pick up essential facts, fun trivia, must-do events, and driving details in the introduction to each state or province, then flip through the book to find annually updated attractions, hotels, and restaurants that fit your itinerary and your budget. Organized alphabetically by state/province, or by city when applicable, the guides make it easy to find just what you need.… (more)
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Mobil Travel Guide takes you on a ride through Alabama, where historic attractions are plentiful, golf enthusiasts can enjoy 18 championship golf courses, and Birmingham boasts an important stop on any African-American history tour. In Arkansas, six national parks and 50 state parks beckon outdoor lovers with wilderness, wildlife, magnificent lakes and rivers, and a hot springs. In your Mobil Travel Guide, you'll also find a "Clinton Driving Tour," complete with directions and visitor stops. Divided into four sections-the Bluegrass, the south central cave country, the eastern mountains, and the western lakes-Kentucky is a state full of beautiful scenery, a multitude of crops, famous horse racing, a baseball legend, and the fine art of Kentucky bourbon. Cajun country beckons in Louisiana, and Mobil Travel Guide makes it easy to find the best on the bayou, including trips to see cypress trees, a cotton plantation mansion, museums, national forests, and, of course, plenty of good food and music. Mississippi draws travelers for its Gulf Coast climate, its good fishing and hunting, and its beatiful forests, antebellum traditions, and many other attractions. Tennessee is perhaps best known for Elvis Presley's Graceland home tour, but there's much more to see, and Mobil Travel Guide takes you there, along with recommending restaurants and loding options. In the Regional Travel Planner: South you'll also get chapters on driving some of America's Byways™: Natchez Trace Parkway, Selma to Montgomery March Byway, and Creole Nature Trail. The Regional Travel Planner: South covers Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee. It also includes Side Trips to Pensacola, FL; Atlanta, GA; Cincinnati, OH; and Houston, TX. The Mobil Travel Guide Regional Travel Planner series (17 titles) gives you a driver's-eye view of trips throughout the United States and Canada. Pick up essential facts, fun trivia, must-do events, and driving details in the introduction to each state or province, then flip through the book to find annually updated attractions, hotels, and restaurants that fit your itinerary and your budget. Organized alphabetically by state/province, or by city when applicable, the guides make it easy to find just what you need.

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