Eating Tours - New Feature

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Re:Eating Tours - New Feature 2010/03/06 18:09:04 (permalink)
Oh 2 more I just thought of. How bout Eating your way around Baltimore and an I-95 tour from New york all the way to Florida!!
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Re:Eating Tours - New Feature 2010/03/07 10:16:53 (permalink)
I like the arrangement by highway concept. We use the guidebook for I-75 a lot when we head south on that road. We used to use some of the Rt 66 guides when we drove west, but finding hard copy that is up-to-date with the development along I-44/40 is hard to do.

Any guides more than 5 or 6 years old suffer the risk of a possible severe case of "TTM Schedule Failure" in several of their locations.

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Re:Eating Tours - New Feature 2010/03/07 12:56:33 (permalink)
Just a great idea, especially since I still have to schedule my summer vacations.  Now I have something to plan around. Thanks.

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Re:Eating Tours - New Feature 2010/03/09 06:32:52 (permalink)
Eating tour is really tempting and awesome. This is going to provide food lovers with wider and clear options. Great going!!!
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Re:Eating Tours - New Feature 2010/03/11 19:50:13 (permalink)
Good Topic! 



post edited by acasouth - 2010/03/11 19:52:37
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