Insiders Guide to North Carolina Mountains: Including Asheville, Biltmore Estate, and the Blue Ridge Parkway

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Globe Pequot Press, 2002 - Travel - 496 pages
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Written by local authors with many years of experience in writing about their community, the Insiders' Guide "RM" series provide newcomers, visitors, and business travelers with a native's perspective of the area. Each guide details hotels, restaurants, annual events, attractions, nightlife, parks and recreation, real estate, and much more. Covering more than 60 cities and areas nationwide, the Insiders' Guide "RM" series offer the best local insights on travel and relocation.

Features include:
-- Light, easier-to-use 6" x 9" size
-- Easy-to-read typeface
-- Large photos and maps
-- Updated interior graphics
-- Thumb tabs for quick reference to specific chapters
-- More at-a-glance information in every title
-- Expanded, comprehensive indexes
-- Easy-to-use geographic organization in regional books

The mountains of North Carolina are truly a year-round vacation destination. This guide includes information on accommodations, restaurants, attractions, and more.

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About the author (2002)

Constance E. Richards is a freelance writer, journalist, and interpreter based in Asheville, North Carolina. She has written for "Time," the "London Daily Telegraph, Sports Illustrated, Fortune," "Conde Nast Traveler," and many other national and international newspapers and magazines.
Kenneth L. Richards is an editor, feature columnist, poet, winemaster, educator, and tour guide. He has been an Asheville, North Carolina resident since 1979.

Constance E. Richards is a freelance writer, journalist, and interpreter who has written for "Time," the "London Daily Telegraph, Sports Illustrated, Fortune," "Conde Nast Traveler," and many other newspapers and magazines. Kenneth L. Richards is an editor, feature columnist, poet, winemaster, educator, and tour guide. They live in Asheville, North Carolina.

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