where the web hits the tarmac
Sites to See
RV Park and Campground: Sue Hussion runs a campground just outside of
Glacier National Park, MT. Some nice links & photos of the area. Think I'll
have to visit there.
Meridian CondoResorts: Like golf?
Outdoor activies? The good life? If you've got the flow, check out this site
about first-class accommodations in Scottsdale, AZ.
The Bats at the Bridge: Not the most interesting looking site, but
interesting none the less. If you want to view bats in Austin, TX, this is place
to get information before you go.
Communities/Areas of Interest
Memphis Mojo: Preserve & Defend.
One of the funkiest sites I've ever seen. Everything you need to know about
the food, music and soul of Memphis is here. A must see.
Austin Convention & Visitors Bureau:
Another well done, comprehensive city site for "The Live Music Capital of the World".
(No fear of hyperbole here.)
Home Page: Part of the
Arizona Guide. With links to great outdoor activities among other things, it's
far better than the duller-than-paint City of Scottsdale Official Home Page.
Cove Guide: Located in the Great Smokey Mountains National Park in Tennessee,
one of the most popular areas in that park.
Holiday World: If you
like Santa Claus, former president Abraham Lincoln and waterslides, but never
thought you could enjoy all three in the same day, check out Holiday World in Indiana.
L.L. Bean: A staple of mine for
years. The best return policy in the business.
REI Home Page: Claiming over 4000
products online, there's little chance they don't have what you're looking
Outside Online: An online
companion to the magazine.
GORP - Great Outdoor Recreation Pages:
An extensive collection of information on travel throughout the U.S. and beyond.
Info on bike trails, whitewater rafting, hiking and more.
Your Guide to Strange and Wacky Vacation Wonders. Everything from the biggest ball
of twine to beer drinking goats.
Music Festivals of North America. A great site for finding where your favorite
bands are playing across the continent, whether you want to see Lollapalooza or Yani.
An exhaustive list of speedtraps throughout the US and around the world. Also,
how to fight 'em once you got 'em.
Not really sure where you're going? Want to see a map of your home town? Need to
map out which route to take? Here's THE place to start.
City Guide: If you're
looking for information on a specific city or state, this is a great resource; lots of
links, lots of maps.
Let's Go: The Bible of the Budget
Traveler-If you ever took a semester abroad, you're probably familiar with the Let's Go
series. Did you know they have a Let's Go USA? Great resource, although you would think
that a guide that started out of Cambridge would send you to better nightclubs in Boston
Parknet: The National Park Service
Place on the Web. Looking for pictures, information, camping sites at any national or
state park? These guys have got the goods.
The Internet Guide to
Hostelling: Possibly the world's most complete list of hostel links, FAQs and other
resources. Jump right to the US hostel
list if you like.
Off the Map and Amuck in
America: These guys are planning their second wired cross-country trip. How the hell
did they cram all that travel into 9 days last year?
Nothing yet, but soon.
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