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The second edition of this guide to the "Garden State" reveals the historic, cultural, and ecological diversity of the state. Includes extensive coverage of the Jersey Shore and Atlantic City. New Jersey is a state full of wonders to surprise curious travelers and residents alike. This guide leads you away from the busy interstate highways to reveal the cultural, historic, and geographical diversity that lies beyond the New Jersey Turnpike. For wine connoisseurs, there are more than 25 wineries that offer tours, tastings, and festivals; for history buffs, New Jersey, known as the "Cockpit of the Revolution," offers battlefield state parks, monuments, and reenactments. And that's not all: New Jersey's 127-mile shoreline has many diverse communities, including the historic Victorian seaside resort of Cape May, itself a national historic landmark; the casinos of Atlantic City; the natural beauty of Island Beach State Park, with sand dune-scattered, long, white beaches, nature trails, birding, surfing, and guided kayak tours; and the hip shore town of Red Bank, with art galleries, boutiques, bistros, and jazz clubs. In addition, this comprehensive guide to the state includes opinionated listings of inns, B&Bs, hotels, and vacation cabins; hundreds of dining reviews, from diners to four-star restaurants; up-to-date maps; an alphabetical "What's Where" subject guide to aid in trip planning; and handy icons that point out family-friendly establishments, wheelchair access, places of special value, and lodgings that accept pets.
An illuminating, in-depth guide that ventures beyond the major destinations and interstates to the real, living New Mexico and its small towns, two-lane roads, hometown cafés, ghost towns, sacred sites, historic structures, and spectacular natural landscapes. New Mexico author Sharon Niederman has been traveling, writing about, and photographing her home state for over two decades. In this second revised and updated edition of Explorer’s Guide New Mexico, she brings home the best of New Mexico’s cuisine, lodging, and natural environment. With this comprehensive guide, you can explore spectacular, breathtaking hikes and drives; discover treasures created by local artists; find festivals that celebrate native traditions; get indispensable advice on local attractions; and meet the people who will make your visit to the Land of Enchantment the experience of a lifetime. As with all Explorer’s Guides, handy icons point out places of extra value, family-friendly establishments, wheelchair access, and lodgings that accept pets. An introductory section provides an outstanding overview of facts and figures, recreational opportunities, scenic byways, monuments, and historic timelines.
Describes the state's geography, culture, and history, and offers recommendations on lodging, restaurants, shopping, and local attractions to visit in each region.
The most up-to-date and comprehensive guidebook to the state of South Carolina Beaches and golf are what most people think of when they think of South Carolina, and the state has those amenities in abundance. But off the well-worn paths are battlefields from both the Revolutionary and Civil wars and significant guide-posts in African American history. South Carolina’s culture has great variety too, from classic Southern attitudes and food to the Geechee-Gullah Cultural Heritage Corridor in the Lowcountry and the Palmetto Trail and Scottish influences Upstate. As with every title in the Explorer’s Guide series, you’ll get thoroughly researched recommendations, up-to-date information on hours and prices, and tips for enjoying the region to its fullest. South Carolina is a destination steeped in fascinating history and natural beauty. With Page Ivey’s advice, you can experience everything the Palmetto State has to offer.
Iconic sites like Mount St. Helens, Mount Rainier, and Grand Coulee Dam are complemented by those undiscovered places that only a longtime local can show you. From the eastern deserts to the western rainforests, Washington is home to some of the most varied and beautiful places in the country. Iconic sites like Mount St. Helens, Mount Rainier, and Grand Coulee Dam are complemented by those unknown and undiscovered places that only a longtime local like the author can show you.
Expert coverage of the distinctive 47 miles of southern New Jersey shore region, from Atlantic City to Cape May. Featuring expert coverage of the distinctive New Jersey shore region, from Atlantic City to Cape May. Jen Miller uncovers the fast-paced excitement that is Atlantic City, catering to visitors who are captivated by casino gambling, world-class entertainment, and nonstop nightlife. In addition, this upbeat guide includes Cape May information for bird-watchers, beachgoers, and fans of Victoriana: tour the town by trolley, enjoy culinary delights from crabcakes to international cuisine, or simply relax by the ocean. Finally, the ultimate Jersey Shore getaway—the Wildwoods—tempts with saltwater taffy, funnel cakes, fresh breezes, and countless other delicacies.
Completely revised and updated throughout, with 10 new hikes. This bestselling hiking guide reveals 50 hikes and walks from the East Hudson Highlands to Rockland County and Harriman Park, to the West Hudson Hills, to the Catskills, the Shawangunks, and more. Green and Zimmerman are expert guides to this region rich in history, culture, and lore. The outings range from short walks to hikes of 14 miles in length, and most are within a two-hour drive of New York City. An at-a-glance chart makes choosing a hike simple, and each hike features a detailed topographic map, driving directions, mileage and elevation rise, and a comprehensive trail description—with fascinating commentary on the human and natural history you'll encounter along the way.

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