Frankenmuth Visitors Now Have an Independent Travel Guidebook to Help Plan Their Vacation

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Frankenmuth native Lynn Marie-Ittner Klammer has written the first independent travel book covering one of Michigan's top tourist attractions.

Frankenmuth native Lynn Marie-Ittner Klammer has written the first independent travel book covering one of Michigan's top tourist attractions. Frankenmuth: A Guide to Michigan's Little Bavaria (Channel Lake, Inc., $13.95) provides opinionated, unbiased advice on where to stay, and what to see and do. Part of the Tourist Town Guides® series of travel guidebooks, the book also includes information about the area's geology, history and numerous festivals. The guidebook fills a longstanding gap by providing non-promotional, critical reviews and information about the city.

"Frankenmuth has so much more to offer than most people realize," says Klammer. "It was certainly time that an independent book be made available to help visitors get the most from their visit."

Whether interested in festivals and food, geology and history, or just a stroll along flower-lined streets for some unique shopping, Frankenmuth offers cost-effective and family-friendly vacation fare.

As a life-long resident of Frankenmuth and a descendent of the original settlers, Klammer includes many of the lesser-known, hidden elements of the town that most visitors miss. She is also a state-licensed clinical psychologist and educator.

Frankenmuth: A Guide to Michigan's Little Bavaria is distributed by Midpoint Trade Books. It is available from Ingram, Baker & Taylor, and at all fine bookstores. The retail price is $13.95. For more information, contact Midpoint or visit the website http://www.TouristTown.com.

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