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50 Best Girlfriends Getaways in North America, 2nd Edition

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This engaging guide to women's travel is perfect for the growing number of women—young, old, single, married, divorced, and widowed—who are hitting the road.


The guide covers everything from fabulous birthday getaways to the best places to heal, shop, and bond with friends and family.


Fresh content reflects the latest trends in women’s travel, including dude ranches, yoga retreats, mountain resorts, and an all-new chapter on the best home and garden tours, as well as a new section on where to take teenage daughters.


Filled with practical tips on roommate etiquette, safety, packing, budgeting, and other specific advice. It will inspire readers to pack up their bags, call a girlfriend, and say "Let's go!"


  • Softcover
  • 264 pages, 10 illustrations
  • © 2009

Marybeth Bond is a travel writer, consultant, and keynote speaker about women's travel. Her books include Best Girlfriends Getaways Worldwide; A Women's World; A Woman's Passion for Travel; and Gutsy Mamas.


She currently serves as adventure editor at Travelgirl magazine. Bond lives in Northern California with her husband and two daughters.

"Bond knows what a woman wants: hotels, restaurants and attractions close enough together for walking, safe neighborhoods, creative food, good conversation, good service, affordable options. Add solid information based on her own and other women's experiences, and her guidebook lands at the top of the heap."—San Francisco Chronicle


"A very personal and unusual travel book, full of great warmth and intimacy."—Chicago Tribune


"What makes this guide so unusual is that it's organized by theme, not destination."—Newsday