Friday Chat at the Amelia Library – Travel Resources May 11, 2012


Join fellow travelers at the Amelia Library on Friday, May 11th at 10:30 a.m. as we chat about travel websites and the Mango language database.   The Mango Language database is available on the library website.  It is a database  where you can learn a few foreign phrases to use during your travels or learn a language in-depth for more extensive travel.

Clermont County library also has language learning materials on CD and phrase books and dictionaries that can be checked out.

During our chat we will explore some of the websites on the internet.

Most of the major travel guide companies have websites that are easy to access such as Fodors, Frommers, Lonely Planet and Tripadvisor.  Many include reviews and travel tips by other travelers.

The CDC  is a website maintained by the Centers for Disease Control  that will give you updates on needed vaccinations and travel alerts.

The State Department provides information about passports and the National Park Service has information on the National Parks.  The National Park Service has recently devoted a webpage to Civil War History for the 150 years anniversary.

If you are looking for alternative transportation Airlines, Buses, and Trains all have their own  website where you get information about making reservations and travel.  Travel Apps are also available for your mobile phone.

Don’t leave home uninformed. Join us at the Amelia Library as we explore travel resources on Friday, May 11th.

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