Romantic Weekends in Virginia, Washington DC and Maryland, Part 3

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Hunter Publishing, Incorporated, 1999 - Travel - 408 pages
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The ultimate series for romancers of all ages and lifestyles, with ideas to suit every budget. These books offer much more than just a listing of intimate restaurants with candlelit tables -- the focus is also on fun activities that you and your partner can enjoy together. Beautiful places to stay, charming spots to eat and unusual things to do allow you to plan a unique weekend getaway. Savor wines at a local vineyard, have a five-star dinner delivered to your room and stay in for the evening, visit museums and quaint coffeehouses, stroll arm-in-arm under the stars, or enjoy a secluded picnic with champagne. These inspiring guidebooks will help you decide where, why and how you want to treat yourselves.

-- Tavern-hopping in Annapolis.

-- Lighthouse retreats overlooking the Chesapeake.

-- Sharing oysters on the Eastern Shore.

-- James River plantations.

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The Renoufs, who relate in their book how they split up and then got back together over a romantic weekend, tell couples looking for a special place where to go, what to do, and where to stay. Their ... Read full review

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Norman Renouf was born in London, England and from 1962 to 1989 he worked for a number of financial institutions in both England and the USA. After that he turned to travel writing. Now living in Richmond, Virginia, he has written numerous guides about Spain, as well as to other destinations throughout Western Europe and the mid-Atlantic states of the United States.

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