The Travel Psychologist Is in the News Today:
On the Road with John Clayton
Have you ever thought about all the different ways there are to see a city? D’you think you’ve tried every one there is? Next up, news about one of the most unusual, yet most intriguing guides, ever. . .
In all my years in travel, I’ve seen some offbeat things, but when I got a copy of Sightseeing by Public Transportation written by Michael Brein, I was hooked, fascinated and wondered why no one’s done this before.
He’s got lots of different titles, but London by the Underground is an excellent example. The brochure comes with a huge map of the Underground on one side, and on the other, diagrams and maps of unique places, plus tons of other equally nifty ideas on things to see and do. It’s VERY clever . . . and worth triple its $5 investment . . .