Every year there are 3 million visitors that make the journey to the tiny island of Key West. There they can forget about the day-to-day busyness and finally relax breathing in the fresh ocean air, taste the salt on their lips, and enjoy the splendor of palm trees, sea birds, and sunshine around them. Now, it’s your turn to plan a getaway to Key West & the Lower Keys. When planning a getaway, you may want to pick up a travel guide to help you navigate through unfamiliar places. If you are planning a trip to Key West and the lower Keys, you will definitely want: Key West & the Lower Keys Travel Guide! Written in an interesting and humors manner, this guide offers you essential information. It’s full color and includes hundreds of beautiful photos and dozens of maps. Not only does it offer information and insight on planning, lodging and transportation, it also lists eating establishments, nightlife and drinking customer. You can find beaches that would best fit your taste, and find out where you can enjoy snorkeling, fishing, music, and sunsets. There is so much more information too. If you are interested in nature and wild life, this book will guide you to those attractions. If you need to find marinas or camp grounds the book lists them. The best part is that this travel guide is written by locals. And who would know Key West and the Lower Keys better than people who actually live there? Let’s take a look at what some people are saying about this book? “An essential guidebook that is actually fun to read.” — Jon Turk, National Geographic Adventurer of the Year “It’s an exceptionally eccentric and absolutely awesome piece of work,” ~ eco-guide and author Captain Bill Keogh Key West & the Lower Keys Travel Guide is loaded with pertinent information that will educate and amuse in an irreverent way that is sure to pull some chortles from you. About the Authors Karuna Eberl and Steve Alberts live on Cudjoe Key in the Lower Keys, where they write and photograph for local and national publications, with a focus on travel, nature, history, and the environment. Karuna’s also has a background in documentaries, producing and writing for National Geographic, Discovery Channel and others. To find out how to purchase a copy of Key West & the Lower Keys Travel Guide you can contact us or give us a call at 317-352-8200. One of our skilled representatives will be happy to direct you. To see more of the books that Cardinal Publishers Group carries, visit us here. There’s an array of genres from sports to travel from self-help to fiction from early readers to board books. This has been brought to you by CPG News & Information Services ~ Ginger Bock
Check out these Fun Facts put together for your enjoyment by, Michael Joseph Oswald, author of Your Guide to the National Parks March 1, 1872 ◆ Yellowstone ◆ It is the world’s first national park. At more than 2.2 million acres, it is larger than Rhode Island and Delaware combined. Roughly 96% of the land is in Wyoming, another 3% in Montana, and 1% in Idaho. About 80% of the park land is forested. Yellowstone Lake (131.7 mi2) is one of the largest high-altitude lakes in North America. There are approximately 290 year-round waterfalls higher than 15 feet, including Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River (308 feet), tallest in the park. Half of the world’s geothermal features, including 300 geysers, are found at Yellowstone. Steamboat Geyser (Norris Geyser Basin), at more than 400 feet is the tallest geyser in the world, erupting with no noticeable pattern and sometimes years between eruptions. Old Faithful spouts 3,700 to 8,400 gallons of 204°F water about 100 feet in the air every 60 – 110 minutes. Mammoth Hot Springs deposits an estimated two tons of calcium carbonate each day. Geyser basins are full of interesting color combinations. The blues of Norris are due to silica in suspension in the water. Redorange colors are often caused by cyanobacteria or iron-oxides and arsenic compounds. Some springs are emerald green in color; this is due to blue refracted light in combination with yellow sulfur lining the pool. Your Guide to the National Parks offers step-by-step planning, activities that are great for the kids, and the most popular ranger programs to help your family vacation. This book also provides thousands of hotels, restaurants, and attractions beyond the parks. Eleven suggested road trips make it the ultimate dashboard companion. You can pick up your copy of Your Guide to the National Parks right here or wherever books are sold. About the Author Michael Joseph Oswald is an American travel writer. In 2003, he graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with degrees in electrical engineering and chemistry. After four years of working in a corporate environment, he escaped to a more adventurous lifestyle traveling and pursuing his passion for kayaking, biking, and hiking across America's National Parks. The blog is brought to by CPG News & Information Services.