"Four questions make a sort of framework for vacation planning - How long can you stay away? How far can you drive in the time you've allowed yourself? How much money do you want to spend? What do you like to do? Most people, when asked to define a vacation, would call it a chance to leave home for a time to enjoy sports, to loaf, eat, sleep and relax. But this by no means ends the list. One of the best reasons for traveling by car is the opportunity it affords for doing so many other things, worthwhile for both grown-ups and children, on the way to the major vacation goal."
Good Reading Rack Service, 1954