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Travelamerica
by Century Publishing Company
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars Brevity is not the plus that other reviewers suggest it is
For $5.99 an issue, TravelAmerica ought to offer more than the kind of advertising copy it does. For instance, in the August 2004 issue, you get a list of 800 numbers for casinos in the South--a useful addition, but certainly not when the article including them skimps on other details that are NOT readily available online. And what real traveler needs to know that you can find "a shrunken head and six-legged cow" at the Wisconsin Dells Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum.

Worse, the magazine looks and feels cheap. The colors in photographs are off and the paper is low quality, if slick. With ten full pages of ads, and a number of quarter and half pages, you really don't get what you pay for.

4-0 out of 5 stars Let's Hit the Road, with Travel America
Travel America is a short magazine published every two months. Each issue is exactly 58 pages in length and carries a high cover price of $5.99. It's a magazine that covers travel in the 50 United States, and it can be counted on to include many out of the way places, as well as some of the better- known tourist destinations.

The strongest point of this magazine is the fact that it includes lesser- known points of interest. Unlike other travel magazines that stress the more popular tourist sites, the expensive resorts, and the first class flights, Travel America keeps things simple. It finds unusual and unique places to visit, most of which the average person has probably never heard about and most of which are affordable and relatively easy to reach.

With such a short amount of space, Travel America is forced to offer mostly shorter articles in order to still be able to include a wide variety of travel possibilities. Because of this, the articles often do not cover everything as completely and thoroughly as some readers might prefer. Most of the articles just try to cover all the basic facts necessary to whet your appetite to pay a visit. Any other fact- gathering is up to the reader.

To help readers learn more about a possible destination, Travel America tries to include web sites and phone numbers with most of its articles. This is useful because, like I stated before, the articles themselves are usually very short and they don't cover everything that can/should be talked about. This often makes it imperative to check the web site or place a call to get more information.

Travel America isn't the greatest travel publication in existence. The short length of each issue can get a little frustrating and the price per issue is rather steep. But it does a nice job in pointing out new and often unusual places to visit. It can help tremendously when it comes time for your next family trip.

4-0 out of 5 stars Attractions in America
Travel America magazine is a great guide to all the little tourist attractions in every town.There are summaries of touring groups of all kinds from high adventure to tours designed for seniors.Difference cities and states are featured in each issue, and a nice feature includes the attractions that are near-by or a short drive from large cities.In each issue attractions, shows, and natural areas are featured that I've never heard of before.Travel America is a great summary of interesting places to visit.Some of these places are obscure and some are common vacation spots, but this magazine introduces something new and different to do in all of them.I gave this magazine four stars because some of the articles seem a bit like advertisements for the tour company, hotel or attraction.There aren't really negative or objective reviews about any of the things mentioned in this magazine.If you're planning a vacation, especially a road trip, this is a great magazine to find attractions on the way to and at your final destination. ... Read more

Asin: B00005NIP6
Sales Rank: 510
Subjects:  1. Travel & Leisure    2. Travel    3. Geography . Atlases. Maps   


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Caribbean Travel And Life
by World Publications Inc
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Caribbean Travel & Life is the best!
Caribbean Travel & Life is the best magazine to keep you on top of what's going on in the Caribbean. New resorts are featured, and extensive information is provided for island destinations. I can't wait to open an issue after going to the mailbox. This is definitely a first class publication.

5-0 out of 5 stars Avidreader & experienced traveler
Excellent mag, not just fancy pics of expensive resorts! It shows the real caribbean w/ real people. Great articles about regular people who travel to, live in or just love the caribbean.

5-0 out of 5 stars Read it slowly...
I try to read this magazine slowly, allowing myself to dream I am on the trip with the writers.The magazine has something for everyone, whether you want an adventure or budget or luxury, the tips and even the ads are helpful in planning a Caribbean vacation just right for you. ... Read more

Asin: B00005NINH
Sales Rank: 430
Subjects:  1. Travel & Leisure    2. Travel    3. United States (local). Central & South America   


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Vacations
by Vacation Publications Inc
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Asin: B00005NIPC
Sales Rank: 1205
Subjects:  1. Travel & Leisure    2. Vacations    3. Geography . Atlases. Maps    4. Travel   


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Conde Nast Traveler
by Conde Nast Publications Inc.
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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As the title implies, Traveller offers more than just articles and advice on vacation planning. Beyond resort and hotel reports, its insightful, thorough, and informative features delve into regional culture, transportation, and cuisine, serving those who are as interested in actually experiencing another part of the world as they are in escaping their own. Traveller also offers pragmatic articles on the perils of visiting foreign countries, such as car insurance (or the lack thereof), medical care, and crimes such as pickpocketing. Other features pinpoint charming diversions--a roadside dried-coconut vendor on Maui's Hana Highway, Seattle's surrealExperience Music Project museum, the latest boutique hotel in Miami's South Beach, or a tiny crêpe shop in Paris. The focus is on more opulent destinations--those looking to do London on $15 a day should look elsewhere. But whether you'll travel by mountain bike, Sherpa guide, or Learjet, and whether you're on a lengthy sojourn or a weekend spa getaway, Traveller inspires a voyager's dreams. --Beth Massa ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars Some good articles,, but disappointing
I have subscribed to Traveler for a while now.Before I picked up that subscription, I was already subscribing to National Geographic Traveler and Budget Travel.I have to say that for the average, middle-class person, Budget Travel is the most practical.I enjoy reading it the most because I want to know how to get a great deal . . . not how to get the most for your dollar in First Class.This magazine is definitely geared toward the more affluent traveler.It is also geared toward the sophisticated, chic traveler--not the average traveler.While it is interesting to read about places the wealthy are able to afford and dream about going there, I would rather a magazine cater more to my tastes and more toward the tastes of its general subscription population.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Overall Travel Magazine I Have Found
I think that in terms of overall content presented, 'Conde Nast Traveler' is the best travel magazine currently on the market. Some other reviewers have raised some valid points concerning article length, and bias toward upscale properties. I think that there are other magazines that might be more suitable for others, including 'Budget Travel' and 'National Geographic Traveler', both of which I also subscribe to and enjoy, though they both have their limitations and issues as well.

So what sets 'Conde Nast' apart? I think it is the willingness to find new and exciting vacation destinations that are still reasonable enough to get to as to make them worthwhile to a large audience. Some of the more exotic magazines have great articles on hiking in Tibet and the like, but how many people are really able to do that (or can afford to do it?) My point is that although it is by no means perfect, I think the editors and writers do consciously strike a balance between the too mundane and too exotic (and expensive) and attempt to focus the majority of the magazine in that area.

This is just too good of a magazine to pass up. The 'Deals of the Month' section alone justifies the price. Of all the travel magazines I read on a monthly basis (currently four) 'Conde Nast Traveler' is my favorite and I highly recommend it.

4-0 out of 5 stars used to be...
I used to love this magazine.It still has some excellent articles, but it is true that there are way too many filler issues now with top 100 lists of things I have no interest in (resort hotels, spas, expensive travel agents).However, on the flip side, it never talks down to the reader - the audience is assumed to be well travelled and somewhat sophisticated - which I appreciate.I checked out Nat Geographic Traveller hoping it would be like the CN Traveller of old, but although it has nicer photography (with few gratuitously scantily clad female shots), it seemed much more mainstream - like I had already done many of the "dream trips" befor I hit my 30s and the information also seemed much shallower.I like Geo, but I struggle through the French and it's a lot more expensive. ... Read more

Asin: B00005N7PG
Subjects:  1. Travel   


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Islands
by Islands Media Corp
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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"Destinations, Adventures, Dreams" promises the masthead, and this magazine delivers. Unlike many other travel magazines that are really general lifestyle publications, Islands focuses entirely on islands--as vacation destinations and as cultures. Packed with information helpful for planning a vacation, this magazine helps make the dream a reality, spotlighting a wide variety of price points and destinations. While giving great attention to tropical climates, contributors also visit temperate locations. Stories are written with a personal touch--personal experiences intermingle with details on the location, including social, economic, and political dimensions. Vivid photographs and maps give the reader a better sense of the locations (and a desire to visit immediately!). Advertisements pertain directly to vacation planning, including rentals, resorts, and airfares. Subscribe for the dream of the island getaway, but be careful--you may just find yourself booking it. --Elizabeth Bowker ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Just Islands - Beautiful Photographs
This magazine is in part a magazine of dreams. If you have ever dreamed of getting away to an island paradise, then this magazine is for you. All of the articles and photographs are of island destinations. Enjoy your taste of paradise! This magazine covers islands in every part of the world including Hawaii and the South Pacific islands.

3-0 out of 5 stars Great photos.But that's all, folks!
The photography is fantastic.I love the shots of tropical islands, clear blue sky, soft white sands, palm trees, and crystal ocean water.Basically, paradise on display.Period.Unfortunately, everything else about the magazine is disappointing:The articles are junk, usually full of random babble which provides no real insight into searching, planning and executing a vacation.The advertising is marginally better, but the options are all limited.I can (and do) get more useful information from my travel agent, discount travel magazines & brochures, word-of-mouth, and the internet.

I thought this magazine would be a great "virtual" vacation every time it arrived in the mail.The problem was that it only lasted about 15 minutes, the amount of time it took to read through the entire mag.The one claim to fame, however, for Islands magazine is that it introduced me to my honeymoon destination, the South Pacific, many years ago.Even with this, though, the most useful information was found on the internet.

For about $15/year, this isn't a bad deal.But, if anyone knows of a magazine with Islands' photo quality, and useful articles, please post.

5-0 out of 5 stars One of a few great magazines to cover Hawaii
Islands is gorgeous. The photography is amazing and that's so much of what the subject matter requires. I am a longtime subscriber and am never disappointed. If you are interested in the same level of quality but with a focus on Hawaii - look at Zento Magazine - ASIN Number: B0000ABGD0. An amazing magazine devoted to creating transformational experiences for visitors to Hawaii.. ... Read more

Asin: B00005N7R0
Subjects:  1. Travel & Leisure    2. Travel    3. Geography . Atlases. Maps   


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Travel 50 & Beyond
by Vacation Publications Inc
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Single travelers poorly represented
I am an older single woman.I love to travel by myself or with friends.Recently, I subscribed to Travel 50 & Beyond.
I counted photographs of thirty couples in a recent issueand NONE of single travellers enjoying themselves.According to the American Association of Single People, almost 50% of the adult population of the US is unpartnered.The travel industry and its publicationsneed to catch up with the demographics!I will not continue to subscribe to this or any other magazine that does not give equal representation to the travel interests of the single population. Wake up to reality! ... Read more

Asin: B00005NIP5
Sales Rank: 450
Subjects:  1. Travel & Leisure    2. Vacations    3. Geography . Atlases. Maps    4. Travel   


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Cruise Travel
by Century Publishing Company
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars over all nice mag
"Cruise Travel" is a magazine about cruising, and is generally informative and interesting. Though it seems to mainly pertain to an older reading audience and the photos are not always as interesting or as amazing as the other main cruise travel magazine "Porthole" I am generally pleased with the content of the magazine.


5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Cruise Magazine I Have Seen
'Cruise Travel' is the best cruise magazine that I have seen, and though a fairly thin magazine, is packed with great useful information. I particularly enjoy the Cruise of the Month, Port of the Month, and especially the Ship of the Month features. They also have monthly news updates, and letters to the editor that are normally well selected to give diverse viewpoints, and have frequently brought up issues I had never considered. The number of ads is very reasonable, and they all relate to the subject matter and are therefore not objectionable, like in some other publications I have seen.

I appreciate the attempt to cover all bases and levels of cruising, from the biggest suites on the 'Queen Mary 2' to any party on the sea by Carnival. I am a devoted Celebrity customer, and find the reporting on Celebrity to be spot-on accurate, so I am assuming that it is with other lines that I am not familiar with, too. I especially enjoyed the recent June 2004 issue in which Celebrity's beautiful 'Summit' graced the cover as Ship of the Month.

This magazine is a great resource for anyone considering a cruise, from a first timer to an experienced cruiser. I highly recommend 'Cruise Travel'.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Cruise Travel Magazine
If you're looking for information on cruising, this magazine is the place to go. ... Read more

Asin: B00005NIPN
Sales Rank: 861
Subjects:  1. Travel & Leisure    2. Travel    3. Geography . Atlases. Maps   


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Travel + Leisure
by American Express Publishing Corp.
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars Uninformative Articles, Questionable Subscription Practices
I subscribed to T+L for one year.My wife and I found the magazine to be uninformative and of little value when planning our travels.Most of the magazine seems to be centered around places to go shopping and the photos that accompany the articles are artistic photos, usually of models wearing $1,000 outfits, instead of informative photos of the resorts or hotels.The recommended travel products tend to focus on $1,200 designer duffels which, while perhaps within reach of the target demographic, are unlikely to survive many trips through a major airport.

In addition, my subscription came with an unrequested automatic renewal.I didn't enjoy the magazine and nearly every copy was in my recycle bin within 15 minutes of receiving it.However T+L decided that I would somehow like a renewal although I certainly never requested one.In my book, those are questionable and perhaps unethical business practices.

5-0 out of 5 stars Dreams of how the "leisure class" vacations, perhaps lives
This reader thoroughly enjoys the photos and articles about 'exotic' vacations in Europe, Asia, the Southern Hemisphere (New Zealand] and Central or South America ... one can dream ... and possibly one day live the dream. One learns of vacations in out-of-the-way unique locales. For instance, in the July 2004 issue, there is a feature article on "Puglia' dubbed "the next Tuscany". There one can rent space in a 15th century convent or room at the most modern resort. In either case, one can taste the finest Italian cuisine, fresh food, grown and raised in the region.Another adventure which appeals to this reader is "perfume tours in Provence".

This reader is in love with Mayan ruins, so reading about how Richard Hansen, an U.C.L.A. archeologist, has worked for 25 years to excavate and preserve, El Mirador, one of the largest mayan cities, is of great value. This reader shares his dream to designate the region a national monument and turn it into a living outdoor museum. It would become a top tourist attraction, such as the Tikal National Park (Guatemala's most popular). Another fascinating article featured "Shanghai". Here one learns of where to shop for silk slippers and the beautiufl blue and white porcelain for which it is famous. A person can have designer clothes copied by tailors at huge savings ... The contrast of ancient and modern China is amazing. Going antique shopping would be most satisfying ... Featuring, Ming Tsai, a Chinese chef and owner of "The Blue Ginger" Restaurant in Massachsetts is quite the perfect ending to a wonderful magazine. He is often featured on PBS channels sharing his recipes and techniques for Chinese cooking. This reader enjoys every article and looks forward to each monthly issure. Highest recommendations. Erika Borsos (erikab93)

1-0 out of 5 stars Fuzzy Out of Focus Photography
Travel & Leisure was once the best travel magazine.Now I rate it the worst.Endlessly trendy, hopelessly chic.It's fru-fru.My biggest complaint is the photography.Seems the editors have told their photographers to shoot only over-exposed, overly white fuzzy photos. And there is this irritating penchance for illustrating their articles with full page photos of local inhabitants.DUH! Thum through any issue at the newstand and see what I mean.Try "Conde Nast Traveler" instead. ... Read more

Asin: B00005NIP7
Sales Rank: 709
Subjects:  1. Travel   


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British Heritage
by Primedia Special Interest-History Group
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Rule, Britannia!
'British Heritage' has been one of my favourite magazines since my childhood. I learned much of British history, country life, culture, and style from this magazine. Despite the occasional categorisation under Archaeology in some guides and libraries, this magazine is in fact a remarkably broad-based publication that examines various aspects of British life. I think the Queen might be a bit surprised to find a story about how she spends Christmas under the heading 'Archaeology'.

In my home I have a large stack of 'British Heritage', which several decades ago incorporated the magazine 'British History Illustrated'. The quality of writing and subject matter has been remarkably consistent over the years. One will find experts in various aspects of British life among the authors: such British names such as Lord Crathorne, Victoria Sackville-West, Beryl Olive Bailey, James Stockesbury frequently show up in the contents; major scholars too, such as Norman Davies, Alison Weir, and Antonia Fraser also show up on occasion to delight the readers.

This is not a 'Royal' publication, nor is it an exclusively upper-class periodical. While one will be treated frequently to tours of the great country houses (a large number remain unknown not only to the regular tourist trails but also to the nearby residents), and regular features on the royals past and present, in 'British Heritage' one will also find a regular offering of military history, literary history and analysis (a 1981 article on the Carlyles comes to mind as particularly worthwhile), geography, geology, and yes, archaeology. Britain has a settled history spanning millenia; the pre-history goes back even further (Stonehenge is not the only pre-written-historical point of interest!).

Holiday issues often explore how Britons in different parts of the kingdom and in different historical periods celebrated, as well as tips on how to integrate these traditional and/or lost customs into one's own family celebrations.

Britain being an island, there is much of seafaring history, custom and lore that is presented. A good article on the network of canals and rivers, now much less vital for transport, appeared recently, as well as an examination of undersea gravesites and archaeological discoveries. In fact, this becomes apropos as the Government debate whether or not to disturb wreckage dating to the second world war for offshore mining; history continues into the present, and the debate is on about what is important to preserve for future generations--a constant theme in building, development and land use, which is now extending offshore.

One will find the occasion features on pubs of historic or cultural interest, a look at shopping past and present, and of course, information for the prospective and current tourist to add more of an historical dimension to the latest drive-by sighting.

'British Heritage' is not confined to the British Isles, however, and frequently includes an article on one of the colonies or commonwealth countries, particularly as those places have attempted to preserve parts of their own 'British Heritage.'

Britannia may no longer rule the waves, but it has had a profound and lasting impact on the world. This magazine helps recapture some of the spirit that made this possible.

5-0 out of 5 stars Delightful, informative treat
As a long time subscriber, I have found British Heritage to be as creative and interesting a magazine as must exist. Subjects are diverse, the writing intelligent and often great fun, presentation delightful. It covers everything from history (for which it is a goldmine - there are unexpected and fascinating topics in each issue) to wonderful places to visit to ideas for a perfect afternoon tea.

Another distinguishing feature of this magazine is that it is solid journalism and creative, scholarly writing. Though it would be valuable to travellers (the more for those who spend a good deal of time in England), it is not aimed at tourists, nor is it a publication with a primary aim at increasing tourism.

5-0 out of 5 stars Delightful, informative treat
As a long time subscriber, I have found British Heritage to be as creative and interesting a magazine as must exist. Subjects are diverse, the writing intelligent and often great fun, presentation delightful. It covers everything from history (for which it is a goldmine - there are unexpected and fascinating topics in each issue) to wonderful places to visit to ideas for a perfect afternoon tea.

Another distinguishing feature of this magazine is that it is solid journalism and creative, scholarly writing. Though it would be valuable to travellers (the more for those who spend a good deal of time in England), it is not aimed at tourists, nor is it a publication with a primary aim at increasing tourism. ... Read more

Asin: B00005N7VF
Sales Rank: 1277
Subjects:  1. History    2. Travel    3. Regional    4. Europe    5. International   


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In Britain
by Evergreen Marketing
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect!
In Britain is the official magazine of VisitBritain, the authority on British tourism.The articles and features are always interesting and personal without sacrificing accuracy. Admission prices, opening times, directions, and contact information are given at the end of each article.And the picture are gorgeous.I only wish this magazine was monthly!

4-0 out of 5 stars Always something interesting to read, good travel reference
I've subscribed to it for about 8 years now and in most issues find at least one interesting thing to see or do, place to go or stay, lots of good material even in the advertisements. If you're planning a trip to Britain get this magazine because it will be a great help on just about any aspect of your trip. ... Read more

Asin: B00005QJE5
Sales Rank: 1527
Subjects:  1. History    2. Travel   


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Arthur Frommer's Budget Travel
by Arthur Frommer Inc %a Genge
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars My favorite magazine
This magazine is one of my nightly treats! I take it with me to bed and read it until I fell asleep, dreaming about the vacations awaiting me.
This great magazine covers just anywhere in the world. I have learnt a lot about travelling. I even love it's advertisements(the vacation packages).

3-0 out of 5 stars Good Content, but lousy delivery
This is a great magazine with some interesting articles.It's a very quick read though, and I do wish they'd write about some more exotic vacation options.They seem to focus way too much on U.S. travel.

I like the editorial tone and do read (and enjoy) the editor's letter (something I rarely do with other magazines).

My main problem is that I'm constantly receiving my issue in the mail one or two months after it's out in the stands.I complained, but didn't receive a response.I'm not impressed.I'm not sure if I'm going to renew my subscription.

I'd love to see a magazine that combined fitness advice and travel information.I'd subscribe to that in a heartbeat!

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Place To Start Travel Plans
Arthur Frommer's "Budget Travel" is a terrifc magazine for those thinking about travel or vacation. In the 10 issues you get over a year(for a "budget" price no less), you'll find hundreds of ideas for places to go and suggestions on how to get there, when is the best time to go, where and what to eat, where to stay, local shopping, the list goes on. And..the great part is the writers of the articles have done all the work for you. They have combed the web for the best prices, attractions to visit, and for accomodations that suit your needs, and in most cases have actually visited the destination or taken the Road Trip to let you know how it went.

There are articles of interest for those wanting a family style vacation( a recent article, listed and wrote about camps that the entire family could attend, with various price ranges), romantic getaways or business trips. Maybe you are looking for the best cruise deal, or want to tour Europe. There's something for every style of travel.

Every month there is a "Trip Coach". People write in and have a good idea of where they want to go, and BT plans out an entire itinerary for them. "Road Trip" is another monthly feature that plans out an excursion through a particular area. These articles give lots of details of places to go, and things to do and see along the way. They also give you a breakdown of choices in different price ranges, of hotel accomodations, travel modes, restaurants, and attractions. In a recent article they even listed which hotels where geared toward people interested in environmental issues.

So for the person looking for some great ideas for a vacation, or anyone just wanting to get away for a while, this magazine offers excellent advice. However, I thought there were too many ads for vacation spots that were "over-budget". Also, I would have liked to have seen a little more for those wanting to travel for an extended period of time. Maybe for those retiring, and want to see the country in a RV for example.(although there was an article recently on how to BUY an RV, there wasn't much in the way of travel ideas).

Overall, you really get your money's worth with ideas for travel, and a periodical that will save you time and money. It's a good place to start your vacation plans, and you may not have to go any further!

Enjoy....Laurie ... Read more

Asin: B00005QJDZ
Sales Rank: 15
Subjects:  1. Travel & Leisure    2. Travel    3. Geography . Atlases. Maps   


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