Free travel Kindle books for 24 Jun 18

Discover Mexico City in 7 Days: Exploring Mexico’s Capital City (Road Trip Travel Book 2)

by Jerome Palmer

This book is a photo essay with 87 photos of a visit to Mexico City over 7 days during Fall (Autumn) 2016.

We’ve written this book for those interested in discovering Mexico City and who are looking to learn more about travelling through the Mexican capital.

This photobook is a photographic summary of some of the places of interest, food and culture of the area. Hopefully this book will help guide those planning and intending to visit Mexico City or simply be entertaining and fascinating to other readers.

This book is part of a three part photo essay series of 3 weeks of travel taken during the northern hemisphere Fall/Autumn 2016 season (in October). There were three legs to this trip over three weeks (covered in separate books):

  • Utah, Arizona and Nevada (Road Trip! Utah, Arizona and Nevada in 8 Days)
  • Mexico City (Discover Mexico City in 7 Days)
  • San Francisco and Los Angeles. (Road Trip! San Francisco and Los Angeles in 6 days)

One Day at a Time 2017: A husband and wifeĆ¢??s 87-day road trip through 22 states in the US on two Harley Softails

by Hollie Bell-Schinzing

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to just pick up and ride your motorcycle around this big beautiful country? Hollie lives in Rochester, New York with her husband Bonz. They have been together for over 30 years. With Bonz newly retired and the kids leaving to go off on their own adventures they needed something to reconnect. Join them on their journey through 22 states, many national parks and a couple of biker rallies. Hollie requested three months off work (with no pay), and her employer was gracious enough to allow this. So that was it, June, July and August of 2017 off they went to discover not only the USA but also themselves. No real plans and no reservations, flying by the seat of their pants, join them in seeing what it is like to ride a Harley on the open road for 87 days, one day at a time.

Doin’ The Southwest Adventure Caravan 2015

by Frank T. Hogg

This Book Is Written For:

(1) Anyone who wants to read about or make this trip, be it tent camping or any RV, it doesn’t have to be a Airstream.

(2) For those who like to read a humorous account of 50+ days of travel in a Airstream Caravan throughout the Southwest four corner states of Colorado, Arizona, Utah and New Mexico.

(3) For those who have wondered what an Airstream Caravan is like, and what to expect while traveling on a caravan.

(4) For those who would like to do and go where this caravan went but don’t have the time to do it all at one time.

Here is a link to a short video showing how to use this book to plan your trip:

Older longer video:

Other links are available at:

This book is broken up into chapters with each one showing a different day of our trip. Where we stayed, where we ate, what we saw in the near by areas. Hot links to a Google map of the area, Links to campgrounds, attractions and other details of each site.
This is designed so you can either follow in our footsteps or pick and choose which places you want to go to and see on your own timeframe. On the Caravan we had specific times for each spot and there were many we would have liked to stay longer.
Each location has driving suggestions on roads to take. (at the time of our caravan in 2015)

We were new to Airstreams this year but we previously had a Class C motorhome. We always admired Airstreams and whenever we encountered one over the previous 5 years we were always struck at how friendly and eager the people were to show their Airstreams to us. We finally took the plunge and got one in April of 2015. Not a new one, a 2005 Airstream Classic 30′. Our first trip was to the Alumapalooza at the Airstream factory in Ohio. It was a great experience and a wonderful introduction to being part of the Airstream family.
One of the things we could now do was go on an Airstream caravan hosted by the WBCCI, the Airstream club that’s been around for 50 or more years. We looked at those available and decided we would like to go on the Southwest Adventure Caravan but it was booked solid for 2015. I looked all over the net and could not find anything about these caravans other than everyone telling me how great they were and we would love it. Still I wanted to know just exactly what they were all about. That desire and the lack of that information was the original reason for this book. Then as work progressed I got the idea of providing all the information one would need to do this caravan on their own. After all, this only happens once a year and only 30 campers can go on it. That leaves out a lot of people. I designed this book so you can use it to decide what areas you want to visit and use it to plan your trip. I’ve made a video showing how the planning part is done (here) I’ve made this book to be what I would have loved to have before we went on this caravan. I must say however, that everyone who said we would love it were right! It was probably the best time I’ve had in my life and I can hardly wait to do it again.
I hope you enjoy this book and find it useful in your travels. Please put in a review about it.
I have a website where I’ll put more info, updates, more links, feedback, errata and a whole host of other things you’ll find useful.
This book has about 572 pictures,. We took thousands of them and I tried to pick the best of those for the book. We went to a lot of places and saw a lot of things and took a lot of pictures. There are also about 56 maps with many live links to campgrounds and other places you can use to help plan your own trip.

Start from SW Virginia on August 1st, 2015
Start of Caravan at Durango CO on August 22nd, 2015
End of Caravan At Santa Fe NM on October 12th, 2015
Back at home in Virginia on October 23rd, 2015
Total time 83 days.

WBCCI info: The worlds largest Airstream Club – WBCCI

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