Straightforward and concise, it handles everything but the workout. -- Her Sports, December 2004
This Zagat-styled book lets you run away from old exercise equipment, with more than 500 reviews. -- Newsweek Magazine, December 20, 2004
If a reference book for your or your travel agent is what you need, this is your book.
Once I started looking at the book, however, I realized that it was extrememly helpful and the pithy writing made it a pleasure to read.
Jim Kaese and Paul Huddle have done an amazing job in compiling this very useful list together.
Jim Kaese and Paul Huddle have given us a reference work, not a discussion of what it means to be an athletic-minded traveler nor how to become athletic minded if you are a... Read morePublished on July 12, 2006 by David A. Baer
I received the Athletic Minded Traveler for Christmas. I was skeptical at first since I thought it was just another travel guide. Read morePublished on January 5, 2006 by Jill Cahr
JUST QUICKLY SKIMMED THROUGH YOUR BOOK.
THIS IS GOOD FOR THE BEGINER, BUT I CAN NAME AT LEAST A DOZEN HIGH ENERGY TOP OF THE LINE PLACES TO WORK-OUT WHILE... Read more