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Backroads Of Florida Second Edition

Author : Paul Franklin
ISBN : 9780760351352
Genre : Travel
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Forget what you think you know about visiting Florida--Backroads of Florida will lead you to explore lush forests, pristine lakes, and otherworldly swamps! Can you still find untouched stretches of velvety sand and warm waves in the Sunshine State? Yes! More than ever! From the funky, timeless charm of Key West to the haunted history of Amelia Island, veteran travel writers Paul M. Franklin and Nancy Mikula will introduce you to another side of Florida, where quiet rural byways and quirky roadside charm lie just beyond the glittering coastal cities and trendy beach resorts. This is the second edition of Backroads of Florida, and it contains all-new routes along timeless roads with new, vibrant photography and pithy stories of what can be found on your drive through bucolic backroads. As you explore the roads less traveled, you'll follow in the footsteps of the Spanish explorers, pirates, and cowboys who shaped Florida's early history. Whether it's skimming across the Everglades in an airboat, snorkeling with manatees in a crystalline river, or paddling your kayak through a cypress swamp teeming with alligators, orchids, and tropical birds, there's a world of excitement and beauty waiting for you. Leave Disney World and the hectic bustle of Miami Beach to the tourists. With this book, you've got a one-of-a-kind trip in store.

Backroads Of Florida

Author : Ann Ruff
ISBN : 0884150089
Genre : Travel
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Take a trip through the Sunshine State with Backroads of Florida as your guide and you'll discover a special world of charm and fun that the roadmaps don't tell you about. More than twenty tours take you across Florida from the panhandle to the Everglades, and each includes precise directions and a simple map.

Best Backroads Of Florida Coasts Glades And Groves

Author : Douglas Waitley
ISBN : 1561642320
Genre : Travel
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Takes readers on a tour through the backroads of Florida, providing directions, maps, and recommended sights.

Best Backroads Of Florida The Heartland

Author : Douglas Waitley
ISBN : 1561641898
Genre : History
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Takes readers on a tour through the backroads of Florida, providing directions, maps, and recommended sights.

Best Backroads Of Florida Beaches And Hills

Author : Douglas Waitley
ISBN : 9781561642830
Genre : Travel
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Takes readers on a tour through the backroads of Florida, providing directions, maps, and recommended sights.

Backroads Byways Of Florida

Author : Zain Deane
ISBN : 0881507857
Genre : Travel
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Organized into chapters ranging from day trips to week-long excursions, a visitor's guide to twelve lesser-known regions provides for a wide range of interests from historical and scientific to beach-loving and culinary. Original.

Backroads Of Paradise

Author : Cathy Salustri
ISBN : 0813064600
Genre : History
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In the 1930s, the Federal Writers' Project sent mostly anonymous writers, but also Zora Neale Hurston and Stetson Kennedy, into the depths of Florida to reveal its splendor to the world. The FWP and the State of Florida jointly published the results as Florida: A Guide to the Southernmost State, which included twenty-two driving tours of the state's main roads. Eventually, after Eisenhower built the interstates, drivers bypassed the small towns that thrived along these roads in favor of making better time. Those main roads are now the state's backroads--forgotten by all but local residents, a few commuters, and dedicated road-trippers. Retracing the original routes in the Guide, Cathy Salustri rekindles our notions of paradise by bringing a modern eye to the historic travelogues. Salustri's 5,000-mile road trip reveals a patchwork quilt of Florida cultures: startling pockets of history and environmental bliss stitched against the blight of strip malls and franchise restaurants. The journey begins on US 98, heading west toward the Florida/Alabama state line, where coastal towns dot the roadway. Here, locals depend on the tourism industry, spurred by sugar sand beaches, as well as the abundance of local seafood. On US 41, Salustri takes us past the state's only whitewater rapids, a retired carnie town, and a dazzling array of springs, swamps, and rivers interspersed with farms that produce a bounty of fruit. Along US 17, she stops for milkshakes and hamburgers at Florida's oldest diner and visits a collection of springs interconnected by underwater mazes tumbling through white spongy limestone, before stopping in Arcadia, where men still bring cattle to auction. Desperately searching for skunk apes, the Sunshine State's version of Bigfoot, she encounters more than one gator on her way through the Everglades, Ochopee, and the Skunk Ape Research Headquarters. Following the original Guide, Salustri crisscrosses the state from the panhandle to the Keys. She guides readers through forgotten and unknown corners of the state--nude beaches, a rattlesnake cannery, Devil's Millhopper in Gainesville--as well as more familiar haunts--Kennedy Space Center and The Villages, "Florida's Friendliest Retirement Hometown." Woven through these journeys are nuggets of history, environmental debates about Florida's future, and a narrative that combines humor with a strong affection for an oft-maligned state. Today, Salustri urges, tourists need a new nudge to get off the interstates or away from Disney in order to discover the real Florida. Her travel narrative, following what are now backroads and scenic routes, guides armchair travelers and road warriors alike to historic sites, natural wonders, and notable man-made attractions--comparing the past views with the present landscape and commenting on the changes, some barely noticeable, others extreme, along the way.

Florida Atlas Gazetteer Detailed Topographic Maps Back Roads Recreation Sites Gps Grids

Author : Rand McNally
ISBN : 0899333990
Genre : Travel
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Wouldn't it be nice to always have exactly the right kind of map, whateveryour needs may be? You will, with the uniquely versatile DeLorme Atlas & Gazetteer Series. These topographic atlases cover individual states with the most comprehensive detail available, including back roads, backwater lakes and streams, boat ramps, forests, wetlands, trailheads, campgrounds,public lands, prime hunting and fishing spots, and countless landmarks andpoints of interest. You?ll also find a wealth of information on everythingfrom family outings to wilderness adventures. The Atlas & Gazetteer is ideal for outdoor recreation, business travel, home or office reference, and countless other uses.

North Central Florida Backroads Travel

Author : Mike Miller
ISBN : 1542695929
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NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA BACKROADS TRAVEL takes you off the Interstate Highways and onto the quieter roads that defined this region in earlier years. Millions of people visit North Central Florida every year and never really see it. Everything looks pretty much the same from Interstate 10 and Interstate 75. The same old billboards, gas stations, chain restaurants and tacky tourist traps call out to you as you speed along. This guide will rescue you from interstate monotony and take you off the beaten path to what is called Old Florida. This part of our fast growing state is still a place of serenity, natural wonders and historic places. The guide is organized into several different sections so you can browse what you'd like at your convenience. Several historic North Central Florida towns are profiled including Cedar Key, Cross Creek, Gainesville, Madison, Mayo, McIntosh, Micanopy, Melrose, Monticello, Quincy, Steinhatchee and Tallahassee. The history of each town is discussed and photos are shown along with an antique postcard now and then. If a town has a good restaurant, the guide will mention it along with some favorite lodging choices. North Central Florida is famous for its universities. This guide will show you what to look for, especially on football game weekends. You will also learn about several Florida State Parks. These parks are quiet treasures that will make your visit even more interesting. The guide doesn't focus on popular tourist attractions. The towns and places are the best attractions. It does take you, however, to the outstanding Florida Museum of Natural History in Gainesville.

Florida History From The Highways

Author : Douglas Waitley
ISBN : 9781561643158
Genre : History
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An historical tour of some of Florida's most interesting sights and cities is guided over highways and interstates so history buffs on self-guided, road-trip tours can easily locate fascinating stories from the state's past. Original.

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