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The essential travel companion.
Each year tens of millions of people travel Interstate 75 on business and on vacation. It is also one of two main routes for the snowbirds fleeing harsh northern winters for the warmth of Florida. Countless Americans drive I-75 north to Great Lakes destinations, or south to Disneyworld or the magnificent scenery in between.
Interstate 75 and the 401 is a unique, comprehensive guide covering Ontario Highway 401 to the U.S. border at Detroit, then south along I-75 to Orlando. Every useful exit along the route is detailed with plenty of interesting side trips to sites nearby. A quick reference guide shows gas stations, restaurants and lodgings by exit number. There are also three hundred coupons - $2,000+ in value - for restaurants, inns, hotels, motels, campgrounds, gas stations, historic sites, amusement parks and much more.
This edition has been completely updated and revised to include the latest changes along the route.
Locations Marked by Logos
Logos are like welcome mats set out by the managers of locations that are particularly interested in serving our readers. A logo shows exactly where you will find this service. Several offer special savings: look for coupons on the same page! Please contact us with any comments or complaints you may have about these locations.
Money-saving and time-saving coupons are found on both the Canadian and American Exitguide pages.
Most of the savings are for accommodations but there are also coupons for food, drink, and merchandise. Free information packages from Tourism Associations can be obtained by calling the numbers listed in the bar at the top of the page or you can mail in the information coupons.
Most coupons do not have them, but you need to look for expiration dates.
And please note, most of the participating proprietors suggest you simply present this book to the front desk cashier who will likely clip the coupons for you. If clipping is not required to obtain your discount, you'll be free to use the coupons over and over again or you can pass them along when you lend your book to friends and family members who travel.
How to Save $$$ and Get the Most from this Book
Before You Go
Welcome to Ontario
Crossing the Border
Welcome to Michigan
Welcome to Ohio
Welcome to Kentucky
Welcome to Tennessee
Welcome to Georgia
Welcome to Florida
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Posted April 13, 2009