FEATURING PHOTOS AND EPHEMERA from the '50s, '60s, and '70s, Rugh takes us through the whole family-vacation process, from planning and packing to selecting the fast-food stops and motels to enjoying the destination. Family Vacation triggers fond memories of fights in the backseat, treasured souvenirs, and all-American tourist spots like Yellowstone, Disneyland, or Washington, D.C. Whether the summer vacation was to Grandma's farm or a tour of the United States coast to coast, this book is sure to get people reminiscing, "I remember when . . ." Camping is the number one outdoor vacation activity. One third of U.S. adults say they have gone on a camping vacation in the past five years. (Source: Adventure Travel Report) International travel to the United States is one of our leading exports. In 2001, 45.5 million international travelers visited.
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