Michigan's Upper Peninsula

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Countryman Press, 2008 - Travel - 258 pages
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Michigan's Upper Peninsula takes visitors through and around the Great Lakes which dominate this great land—to sleepy lakeside villages, bustling beach towns, and the least visited (and possibly most beautiful) national park in the country.

Distinctive for their accuracy, simplicity, and conversational tone, the diverse travel guides in our Great Destinations series meet the conflicting demands of the modern traveler. They're packed full of up-to-date information to help plan the perfect gateway. And they're compact and light enough to come along for the ride. A tool you'll turn to before, during, and after your trip, these guides include these helpful features:
  • Chapters on lodging, dining, transportation, history, shopping, recreation and more!
  • A section packed with practical information, such as lists of banks, hospitals, post offices, laundromats, numbers for police, fire, and rescue, and other relevant information
  • Maps of regions and locales

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Acknowledgments
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About the author (2008)

Amy Westervelt always spent summers vacationing in the Upper Peninsula, until she moved to Michigan permanently and could enjoy its other seasons as well. She is the author of Explorer's Guide Michigan's Upper Peninsula and Backroads & Byways of Minnesota, as well several other guides and many articles. Westervelt now lives in Ann Arbor, MI.

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