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eBook Route 66: EZ66 Guide for Travelers epub

by Jerry McClanahan

eBook Route 66: EZ66 Guide for Travelers epub
  • ISBN: 0970995148
  • Author: Jerry McClanahan
  • Genre: Reference
  • Subcategory: Atlases & Maps
  • Publisher: National Historic Route 66 Federation (July 28, 2005)
  • ePUB size: 1442 kb
  • FB2 size 1208 kb
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The EZ66 Guide For Travelers is the ultimate guide for finding and exploring the Route 66 driving from the WEST or the EAST. Its maps and directions are comprehensive yet easy to follow

The EZ66 Guide For Travelers is the ultimate guide for finding and exploring the Route 66 driving from the WEST or the EAST. Its maps and directions are comprehensive yet easy to follow. The spiral bound guide stays open to the pages you are reading while you are driving. Also includes attractions.

Route 66 travel guides. EZ66 Guide for Travelers. All people you meet on the road will tell you that this guide is simply the ultimate reference, the Bible. Written and illustrated by the Oklahoma native, artist and historian, Jerry McClanahan, it briefly describes the main attractions near the road but proves particularly useful for its extremely detailed maps of the route and other major cities, as well as a textual and very accurate description of the existing roads to follow -every crossroads is minutely described.

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ez66 руководство для путешественников новый обновленная 4-е издание на Джерри mcclanahan RT route 6. Very useful format and binding. I like the state by state format, which allows the book's use from east to west or vice versa. I'm using it as a planning tool for an RV trip in the fall.

ez66 руководство для путешественников новый обновленная 4-е издание на Джерри mcclanahan RT route 66. Состояние товара: Новый. I think it will be as helpful as "The Milepost" was for our Alaska RV trip. The spiral coil binding is a very nice touch and will help me (the navigator) keep the book open on my lap as we travel. Проверенная покупка: да Состояние товара: Новые. It has very good detailed graphics.

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Get your kicks driving Route 66. Check out our introduction to planning a Route 66 road trip. It’s considered the definitive guide book on the route

Get your kicks driving Route 66. It’s considered the definitive guide book on the route. Decide when you want to go. June – August is the hottest and busiest time which pushes prices up.

The EZ66 Guide For Travelers is the ultimate guide for finding and exploring the Route 66 driving from the WEST or the EAST. Its maps and directions are comprehensive yet easy to follow. The spiral bound guide stays open to the pages you are reading while you are driving. Also includes attractions, tips, other sources, and games. Convenient 5 1/2" x 8 1/2", 200 page format. The guide is updated regularly.
Comments: (7)
MisterMax
We just got done with a 10 day Eastbound (EB) drive from Santa Monica to Chicago using this guidebook. While I really want to give this guide book a five star review. It's obvious that Route 66 is important to the author, and after having met the author, I can attest to the fact that he has travelled Route 66 quite often and knows it quite well. The nostalgia and Americana that *is* Route 66 is not lost on him. However, this book has more than its fair share of flaws. First and foremost, if you plan on driving Eastbound (from Santa Monica to Chicago), I cannot recommend this guidebook. I'm sure that the author has driven Eastbound, but my guess is that it has been a while. There are sections of the directions that are written as though the author is reversing the more traditional Westbound directions in his head. We did not drive Westbound, so it is quite possible that this guidebook works perfectly for Westbound drivers. Second, and this may be related to my first point, the mileage counts are often off . . . sometimes by non-trivial amounts. This may be because the author doesn't (at times) explicitly tell you where to begin your mileage count. Third, again possibly related to the WB to EB translation, there are sections written in such a way that it is virtually impossible for the reader to know what he is referring to. (except from page CA-17): "About 4.5 miles from the curve, turn left to curve up onto the Palm Avenue overpass." In this particular excerpt the Palm Avenue overpass is not marked and we were left to rely upon the inconsistent mileage count. It would have been much more useful if the author had simply called out the name of the street you needed to turn left on (instead of curving on).
Again, the above may sound harsh but it's not intended to be. But I am trying to give the folks here at Amazon what the guidebook is like. I will say this, after several days getting to know how the author gives directions, it does get easier, but there is room for improvement.
On the plus side, the book is full of history and anecdotes that make the trip more fun.
I think the author should write a separate Eastbound (EB) guidebook or simply remove the EB directions from this book.
Aria
We planned our trip for MONTHS, getting ready to journey across America, but here's the thing; It's REALLY tough to plan! There are some "Must Stop' points of interest along the way , including a couple motels that require reservations months in advance. But we had a problem with that; we didn't want to just drive destination to destination, we wanted to experience the journey. That meant that on any given day, we couldn't be sure just what State we would be in, much less a specific town. That's where this amazing little book really came in handy. With it's simple (as the Road would let it be :) ) turn by turn directions, recommended side trips, and impromptu history lessons, we were able to travel the Mother Road at our pace, in our time, to meet our desired level of adventure simply and with a minimum of fuss. Having THIS book in the car let us make this trip OUR way, without being beholden to some preset, artificial schedule. This book made the road ours to explore, and explore we did! This trip would not have been NEARLY as fun without this book right there to guide us. We loved having it available, and you will, too.
Dont_Wory
As some have alluded to - not the easiest book to follow. Lots of maps (that look like hand scrawl), with text following on each page. It's written in a footnotes fashion. Not good while you are on the trail (especially if driving alone). I went page by page with my planned route before I arrived on RT 66 - printed color maps from Google to match. I made notes on my maps based on the comments from the book. Then I had everything I needed for my solo trip through AZ and NM.

Occastionally, the authors enthusiasm for RT 66 trivia gets in the way of telling you where to actually go. He's trying to provide sightseeing and driving directions at the same time, and the messages sometimes get lost.

Packed with information, its a little much to read on the road, while trying to make the 60 mile trip between Santa Rosa and Tucumcari. It's the definitive guide, but not exactly "EZ".
Brariel
A lot of good information. The author provided many interesting facts. Although the book alleges a person starting from either direction ( traveling West from Chicago or West from LA, could easily follow the maps. For me, I want to travel from the West Coast and travel eastward to Chicago, I found the need to nearly rewrite the book on a notepad. However, reading the book it was obviously printed for the traveler leaving Chicago because the maps and details were much easier to follow, If there were foldout map pages for each state it would also be helpful.
Mr_NiCkNaMe
We used this Guide for our partial Route 66 trip this past October. We travelled from the eastern beginning point in Chicago, to Oklahoma City. My wife highlighted several points of interest along the way ahead of time. That was part of the benefit of the Guide. It provided a preview of things to consider. We took the following "legs" on our trip: Chicago to Springfield Ill; Springfield Ill to the west side of St. Louis; St. Louis to Springfield Mo; Springfield Mo to Tulsa Ok; Tulsa to OKC. Although we could not see all the sights listed in the book, we were able to focus on ones that seemed of most interest to us. It is well worth the purchase. And as my wife did, I highly recommend careful study and highlight of the Guide prior to beginning your trip.
Katishi
If you ever used a AAA triptik,then you are familiar with the format of this book. The incredibly detailed information makes trip planning so much easier. Contains info not just on the route,but also side trips you might be interested in taking, how to get there,and how much time will be involved. The book also provides games for those traveling with kids to watch for and find things along the route. We haven't traveled yet but are still planning. Will update in the coming months after our trip.
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