Review of Candy Harrington's "22 Accessible Road Trips" book

Review of Candy Harrington's "22 Accessible Road Trips" book

autism spectrum mainly because provides the flexibility to stop anywhere at any time. Moreover, I find her lodging and dining recommendations useful since like many of my readers, I ‘m always grateful to discover the existence of businesses accommodating special-needs patrons in and around destinations I plan to visit. The book is well written and organized into 22 chapters; each one is describing a  detailed mapped road trip that the readers could follow. Moreover, each chapter is divided into sub-sections describing what you should expect to see (with what not to miss) on that particular route along with personal recommendations of lodging and eateries. But Candy’s real talent lies in locating those unknown almost hidden spots most visitors will pass over unaware of what they’ve  missed. She and her husband, Charles Pannell (whose magnificent photographs accompany the descriptions)  make a point of visiting everything in their way and mentioning it as an option in their book, whether it is a rodeo show, an ethnic art gallery or a factory tour. In fact, Candy and her husband, Charles, made a point of dedicating a chapter, filled with pictures and useful tips to the first inclusive theme park in the world called Morgan’s Wonderland that was built in San Antonio, Texas.By doing such meticulous legwork, they not only should be commended but trusted as outstanding travel experts by readers with special needs. I especially liked that “22 Accessible road trips” included maps and web links to historical attractions, lodging, and restaurants, which is helpful for busy travelers that can’t explore destinations in depth and plan every aspect of their trip.Even in today’s day and age when many use mobile applications on our mobile devices, reading a physical is a delightful treat! After reading this book, I, for one,  am happy to say I will be spending less time planning my trips and start enjoying the views out of the car’s window more. Review of Candy Harrington's "22 Accessible Road Trips" book cover 22 Accessible Road Trips Driving Vacations for Wheelers and Slow Walkers by: Candy B.Harrington photographs by C harles Pannell Published by demosHEALTH ISBN 978-1-9363-0326-7 On Amazon(physical copy) (e-book download)  ]]>

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A reformed dentist who gave up pulling teeth to show her son the world! Need tips on how to #travel with #autism? Follow me on Instagram & Facebook
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Margalit Sturm Francus

A reformed dentist who gave up pulling teeth to show her son the world! Need tips on how to #travel with #autism? Follow me on Instagram & Facebook

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