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Books for Boomers

Books for Boomers

By Sue Schafer Manager, Sylvania Branch, Toledo Lucas County Public Library

Are you trying to decide on a family vacation? Whether you want to travel near or far, the Sylvania Branch Library has the books to help you get started! Check out some of these great resources!

Tourist Trains Guidebook, Kalmbach Books, 2015
By Randy Rehberg
This book thoroughly describes at least 500 excursion trains and railroad museums throughout the United States and Canada.

Along Interstate I-75, Mile Oak Publishing, 2015
By David Hunter
This is a “must have” guide for your drive to and from Florida. Getting there is half the fun— local knowledge, “Insider” and money saving tips, lodging and restaurant recommendations, mile-by-mile entertainment, and colored road strip maps for those driving from Midwest states to the Florida border.

Detroit & Ann Arbor, Avalon Travel, 2014
By Laura Martone
This compact guide covers the best of Southern Michigan, including Detroit’s treasured Belle Isle and one-of-a-kind The Henry Ford Museum, the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and the W.K. Kellogg Bird Sanctuary, one of America’s pioneer wildlife conservation centers.

Where the Locals Go: More than 300 Places around the World to Eat, Shop, Play, Celebrate
and Relax, National Geographic Society, 2014
National Geographic’s insider tips offer a unique look at the places and activities around the world that captivate the residents–from regional festivals, undiscovered local restaurants, and lesser-known art galleries, to quiet places to sit and watch another world stroll by.

The Complete Guide to Alaska Cruises, Fodor’s, 2014
Fodor’s correspondents highlight the best of Alaska cruising, including detailed ship reviews, planning tips, and information on more than 20 of the most popular ports.

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