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Author: Nancy Klepper,Martha Shirk
ISBN: 0062731246
Language: English
Pages: 528 pages
Category: Reference
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Ltd; 2nd edition (June 18, 1992)
Rating: 4.8
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Sub: Traveling

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Super Family Vacations : Resort and Adventure Guide. by Nancy Klepper and Martha Shirk. It's full of ideas for vacations for all types of families, whether they crave adventure, love history, or merely want to relax at a resort. After looking through this book you'll wonder why you ever wasted a family vacation on Disney World! The authors are particularly attuned to the interests and quirks of children of all different ages - and the needs of parents, too.

This widely acclaimed travel guide is packed with exciting vacation ideas especially geared toward families. Series: SUPER FAMILY VACATIONS.

Personal Name: Klepper, Nancy. Rubrics: Family vacations North America Guidebooks Resorts United States. Download now Super family vacations : resort and adventure guide Martha Shirk and Nancy Klepper. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format. by Dougal Dixon and Rupert Matthews. 95 Author: Dixon, Dougal. Publication & Distribution: London.

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Whether you're vacationing with just your spouse and the children, or treating.

Super family vacations: Resort and adventure guide: ISBN 9780060961893 (978-0-06-096189-3) Softcover, Perennial Library, 1989.

ISBN 13: 9780062733306.

With Nancy Klepper) Super Family Vacations: Resort and Adventure Guide, Perennial Library . Journalist and freelance writer Martha Shirk has specialized in reporting on the effect poverty has had on American families.

With Neil G. Bennett and Lawrence Aber) Lives on the Line: American Families and the Struggle to Make Ends Meet, Westview Press (Boulder, CO), 1999.

Covering the USA, Canada and the Caribbean, this book offers more than 110 holidays that make travelling a pleasure for both children and adults. The guide includes information for all the family - resorts on beaches and in mountains, ranch holidays, skiing holidays, adventure trips, cruises, nature trails and historic excursions. Each vacation is complete with information on accommodation, activities, programmes for children, restaurants that cater for and welcome children, nearby places of interest, rates, and tips on how to travel with children.
Comments (3)
Jark
I've bought all three editions of this book, and each one has been better than the last. It's full of destination-specific ideas for vacations for all types of families, whether they crave adventure, love history, or merely want to relax at a resort. After looking through this book you'll wonder why you ever wasted a family vacation on Disney World! The authors are particularly attuned to the interests and quirks of children of all different ages -- and the needs of parents, too.
Pettalo
We have visited many of the facilities outlined in this book both before and after purchasing it. The reviews are very credible and the ideas are terrific. This really does focus on resorts where you can interact with your children. These people have really done their homework from Alaska to the East Coast and Hawaii based on our experience.
Sagda
Pretty useless. Should more properly be titled "Great Family Resorts", as that is what it principly addresses. Has some information about seperate activities (at the resorts) for children, but very little pertaining to "family" vacations. Found information about locations with which I am familiar to be misleading or just plain wrong (ex., Calling Hilton Head Island "unspoiled" is about like saying that Manhattan is in its natural state as acquired from the Indians).