|Statement||by James R. Warnke. Photography by Roving Photographers and Associates, inc.|
|LC Classifications||F309.3 .W37|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||91|
|LC Control Number||73076416|
This book, with pages, has only 5 maps, and totally lacks an overview of how to get around. The book gives only written directions to their few discussed spots. There is certainly no reference to cities and major roads (i.e., Interst the main thoroughfare for getting around the state!) to help you navigate your way around/5(63). A revision of the author's Ghost towns of Florida and Side roads of Florida which were originally published separately in and Description: , 90 pages: . Florida -- Guidebooks. Ghost towns -- Florida. Automobile travel -- Florida -- Guidebooks. Other Title: Ghost towns and side roads of Florida Catalog Number: Library Object Name: Book . Detailed street map and route planner provided by Google. Find local businesses and nearby restaurants, see local traffic and road conditions. Use this map type to plan a road trip and to get driving directions in Florida. Switch to a Google Earth view for the detailed virtual .
Florida Motorcycle Rider. Riding tips from a vintage Honda owner's manual. State Road A1A is usually on the east side of US-1 and quite often follows the old routes along the Atlantic Ocean. Although some of the oldest and most historic places in the state are along these two highways, they also have some of the heaviest traffic in Florida. Florida has some pretty awesome road trip opportunities, not just because the state is so large. Taking a road trip through Florida can mean a lot of different things, whether it’s traveling along the beautiful coastline or heading inland for some weird and wacky fun. According to Florida law, a side-by-side, or ROV as the state describes it, cannot be legally operated on any public road, street, or highway. The only exception to this law is if the road is an unpaved public roadway where there is a speed limit posted of 35 miles per hour or less and during the day.
Nice to have the state road descriptions in one handy booklet. (Not kidding. This is my hobby.) Too bad there's none for or , after the legislature began to add every tiny road to the system and the SRD stopped dutifully assigning numbers in sequence. I was so happy to receive a copy of this book. I have often visited Florida, but usually stayed within the confines of places I had visited before after an harrowing visit to the Florida Keys. This book has given me a whole bunch of new places to explore with some hints where to /5(5). The average daily budget for a Florida road trip is between $$ (ouch) – this includes gas, a rental car, lodging, food, drink, and entry fees.. Lodging will be one of your largest expenses on your road trip. Real estate here is very expensive and hotels will take a chunk of change from your budget. Be sure to stay in hostels and camps to save money. Florida is the perfect family road trip destination. The state is huge and has so much to offer from white sandy beaches to springs to Disney World! Our Ultimate Florida Road Trip will take you from one end of the state down around and back up to the Florida panhandle. You’ll see the Atlantic Coast and the Gulf Coast.