Off the Beaten Path: A Travel Guide to More Than 1,000 Scenic and Interesting Places Still Uncrowded and Inviting

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Readers Digest, 2003 - Travel - 384 pages
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A richly illustrated travel guide highlights more than one thousand of America's frequently overlooked destinations, in a vacation planner organized in a state-by-state, A-to-Z format that captures some of the country's undiscovered gems in more than three hundred full-color photographs, detailed maps, and up-to-date tourist information. 25,000 first printing.
 

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Off the Beaten Path by Katrina Strauss is a 129-page contemporary novella that will especially appeal to those who love the theme of opposites attract. Both characters are strong-willed young men in ... Read full review

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I really enjoyed this book and will find it an invaluable resource as I plan both extended family vacations and budget friendly family day trips. This summer we plan on using Off The Beaten Path as a ... Read full review

Contents

NEBRASKA
209
NEW HAMPSHIRE
217
ARKANSAS 3? NEW MEXICO
232
NEW YORK
238
NORTH CAROLINA
251
OHIO
262
FLORIDA fj OKLAHOMA
270
OREGON
276
SOUTH DAKOTA
304
TENNESSEE
310
TEXAS
318
UTAH
328
VERMONT
334
VIRGINIA
340
WASHINGTON
346
WEST VIRGINIA
356

PENNSYLVANIA
284
IDAHO rj RHODE ISLAND
294

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