The Hudson Valley & Catskill Mountains: Includes Saratoga Springs & Albany
Recommended by the "New York Times," this is the "insider's guide" to the Hudson Valley and Catskills, including the best of Saratoga Springs and Albany.R
Rich with historical and cultural attractions, the Hudson Valley and Catskills region is also a burgeoning mecca for travelers seeking outdoor adventure and family fun; five-star dining and the best American cuisine using the freshest locally grown produce; luxurious resorts, cozy bed & breakfasts and inns; as well as galleries, antiques shops, wineries, farm stands, hiking and bike trails, and places to kayak and canoe. With detailed maps and hundreds of honest reviews of accommodations, eateries and activities to appeal to independent travelers and those seeking value for money, this guide casts a wide net to cull the best this dynamic region has to offer. 13 maps, 75 black & white photographs, index.
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