Best Places to Stay in the Mid-Atlantic States
The Mid-Atlantic region offers travelers the country's widest variety of settings--from the rural charm of Pennsylvania Dutch country to the excitement of New York City--and wonderful accommodations to match. This volume offers advice on more than 275 outstanding establishements in the Mid-Atlantic region. Maps and line drawings.
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The Capital Saratoga Springs and Cooperstown
The Poconos and Central Mountains
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