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- Publisher: West Press; 1 edition (April 25, 2014)
- Publication Date: April 25, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00JXZYNVA
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Branson, Missouri: Travel Guide to Fun City, U.S.A. for a Vacation or a Lifetime (Great Towns of America Book 11) Kindle Edition
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I have bought and used several of their guides. If you want the real scoop by someone who visits and eats at e very restaurant the recommend., this is the guide for you. David and Joan Vokac have studied their 100 Great Town and for years and probably know more about the unique small towns of America than any living writers.
As the person who built and ran Lithia Springs Resort in Ashland, Oregon, over a 23 year period, , I have seen them spend days digging into every corner of Ashland, showing me things I didn't know about my own town where I had been involved in tourism for 40 years, then writing about what the find.
I have also seen the paid writers of the "big:" boys of the travel guide industry blow into town, spend a day, if that, and blow out of town with no idea of the real warp and woof of Ashland, unlife David and Joan who do all their own research and write, and publish all their own books. If you want the straight scoop on a perfect Get-Away anywhere in America, check out their book "Great Towns of America," There is more Americanna in it, about the small, unique town of America, than in one place in the world.
I used it as reference with the guests at the inn, wearing out several copies during my years as an Innkeeper. .