San Francisco world travelers who use a wheelchair or scooter, who have a stroller in tow, or who simply just have to take things a little slower, will be happy to learn that author, Candy Harrington has just released another accessible travel guide. And this one focuses on road trips.
Her latest book, Accessible Road Trips; Driving Vacations for Wheelers and Slow Walkers features 22 driving routes across the United States with information about wheelchair-accessible sites, lodging options, trails, attractions and restaurants along the way.
This book is a great read for anyone who wants to hit the road — disabled or able-bodied. The book, 22 Accessible Road Trips, captures the diversity of America, with off-the beaten path finds and unique roadside attractions, as well as must-see metropolitan sights in the gateway cities.
Billed as the world’s first inclusive road trip book, the title also includes a chapter about road trip tips and essential planning resources. Top it off with a foreword by National Geographic’s Christopher Elliott, and over 65 photos by Charles Pannell and you have all the ingredients for a perfect road trip.
World travelers should get their copy today – and prepare to hit the road this summer!
World travelers using this book will be driving and those leaving from San Francisco can find directions on Google maps.