Away for the Weekend: New England

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Crown Publishing Group, 1995 - New England - 308 pages
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For a memorable weekend getaway any time of the year in Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Massachusetts, did you know you can
-- Sign on for a cruise departing from the "Whale Watching Capital of the World"?
-- Watch the Highland games at a Fourth of July Scottish festival?
-- Celebrate autumn at the biggest fair in Maine?
-- Relive old-fashioned holiday traditions in a colonial town?
Or you can canoe down lazy rivers, go gallery-hopping in quaint college towns, or feast on succulent Shaker fare made from authentic recipes.
In this revised and updated edition, Eleanor Berman offers fifty-two itineraries for year-round "mini-vacations" that open up a world of dunes and marsh-side blueberry patches, of covered bridges, and of tiny towns all but untouched by time. Each itinerary includes detailed travel directions and a directory listing accommodations and restaurants in every price range. There are also four easy-to-follow maps, and activities especially appealing to children are noted.

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Contents

Getting Inspiration in Concord
8
Admiring the Miracle in Providence
25
Antiquing in Old Connecticut
41
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Eleanor Berman has guided thousands of vacationers to rewarding travel with her best-selling "Away for the Weekend" guides, which include New England, the Mid-Atlantic, the Southeast, & Northern California. She lives in New York City.

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