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PACIFIC COAST ADVENTURES - The Road Guide

Fourth Edition – 2013

Published by Onroute Communications at Smashwords

ISBN 978-0-9833668-0-5

Copyright 2012 by Onroute Communications
1691 Juniper Avenue, Solvang, CA 93463

All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means, including electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, scanning or otherwise, without written permission from Onroute Communications except for the inclusion of quotations in a review.

Chapter 1 - Using This Travelguide

This updated fourth edition of Pacific Coast Adventures is a guidebook designed for use in planning vacations, and is also a touring guide to be used while traveling in your car or RV. The book has two main features: It is divided into regional chapters, which include the scenic coastal drives, with maps and progressive highway logs within the coastal states and the Canadian Province of British Columbia. The second parts of these regional chapters focus on destinations along the routes, including suggestions on things to see and do, with dining and lodging tips and recommendations. We have excluded most interstate highways and most destinations away from the coast in order to concentrate on U.S. highways and state and provincial roads which provide more scenery and also visitor services, including roadside cafes, and shoreline accommodations.

Take Your E-Book With You

The e-book format provides the perfect way to get the most out of a travel guide. This e-book is meant to help you to plan your driving trips, and it’s also meant to go along with you, in your car, so that you can follow the routes and use the tips for stopping at scenic overlooks, finding restaurants and lodgings in advance - as you travel. We suggest that you keep your e-book open at the place you are traveling through, to make it useful at all times. Your “navigator” in the right-hand seat may want to keep checking on what’s coming up on your journey, or a “back-seat driver” could be offering suggestions.

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