The Rough Guide to New England by Sarah Hull & Stephen Keeling

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The new full colour Rough Guide to New England is the ultimate travel guide to this compelling historic region, packed with comprehensive coverage of every attraction. Honest, accurate reviews with first-hand opinions, clear maps, detailed practical information, insider tips and illuminating photographs throughout will ensure that your visit is a truly memorable one. Discover New England's highlights with in-depth accounts on everything from apple picking and beachcombing to Yankee cooking and zip lines. Hike the Appalachian Trail, or meander down country roads amid autumn foliage; savour New England's best clam chowder, regional beer and blueberry pie; spot a lighthouse, or even a whale; and walk in the footsteps of revolutionaries. Explore it all with our inspiring new itineraries, up-to-date descriptions and stylish colour maps pinpointing New England's best hotels, shops, restaurants and drinking taverns, for all budgets, so that you don't miss a thing.


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About Sarah Hull & Stephen Keeling

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Stephen Keeling has lived in East Asia for over a decade and is a contributor on "The Rough Guide to Spain".Brice Minnigh lived in Hong Kong for ten years working as a journalist. He has written for "ActionAsia" magazine and has travelled all over the region.
 
Published December 20, 2012 by Rough Guides. 552 pages
Genres: Travel, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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