Libraries: A Free Resource When You Travel

Libraries: Rich source of culture (and clean restrooms) by Larissa and Michael Milne from The Philadelphia Inquirer, November 1, 2015. Page N2. 'We often use libraries as a resource while traveling. Almost every town has one, they offer free WiFi, and are quiet, air-conditioned places to spend some time. On road trips, we'll use them as rest stops. We seek out the familiar blue-and-white sign with the icon of a figure reading a book to point the way to the local library. We know we'll find clean restrooms and a place to relax, along with a used-book rack that offers plenty of choices at bargain prices. In large cities, many public libraries are overlooked free attractions in their own right,

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