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Travels With Elvis: A Guide Across America To All The Places Where The King Lived, Loved And Laughed
Barth, Jack (1999)

Random House Value Publishing , New York (NY)
hardback with dust jacket , 184 pages , 21.6 x 14.8 x 1.9 cm , 0.308 kg
ISBN-10: 0-517-20309-X , ISBN-13: 978-0-517-20309-5

Category: Travel guides
Language: English
Description: Now you can visit hundreds of places where the King of Rock & Roll lived, laughed, and loved...the only travel guide written exclusively for Elvis Presley fans...from Anniston, Alabama, to Oahu, Hawaii, and everywhere in between. This unique guide to the personal stomping grounds of the King is packed with insightful narrative and detailed descriptions of such destinations as Elvis's boyhood home in Tupelo, Mississippi; his favorite restaurants, hotels, and hangouts across America; on-site locations where the King made his movies; and the special, private places where Elvis went to dream, hope, and pray. This is a re-issue of the book 'Roadside Elvis' which was first published in 1991.
Source: book back cover.
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This book has been rated by 4 person(s), 4 of them have read this book.
Their average rating is 8.8.
Their comments:

" I used this book more then once when i travel....this is really a great travelguide with lots of background informations! "

" very good "

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