Mobil Travel Guide: New York 2007

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Mobil Travel Guide, Dec 1, 2006 - Travel - 325 pages
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The largest of the northeastern states, New York touches Lake Erie and Lake Ontario on the west and the Atlantic Ocean on the east. In between, you'll discover lakes, forests, white sand beaches, canyons, bluffs, and Niagara Falls, all described with authority and an insider's point of view in Mobil Travel Guide's Regional Travel Planner. If you're a sports fan, take a ride to Cooperstown, home to the Baseball Hall of Fame, or catch a NASCAR race at Watkins Glen International. Watkins Glen is also famous for its wineries, where you can tour and taste. The guide includes an in-depth section just on New York City and its neighborhoods, recommending a wide variety of activities, restaurants, and lodging options. You'll also find a chapter on one of the state's two distinctive American Byways™: Lakes to Locks Passage.

The Regional Travel Planner: New York covers all regions of the state: New York City Area, Albany, Schenectady, Utica, Buffalo/Niagara Falls, Rochester, Syracuse; Long Island, and Central New York City. It also includes Side Trips to Hartford, CT; New Haven, CT; Atlantic City, NJ; Newark, NJ; Toronto, ON; Philadelphia, PA; Montreal, QC; and Burlington, VT.

The Mobil Travel Guide Regional Travel Planner series (17 titles) gives you a driver's-eye view of trips throughout the United States and Canada. Pick up essential facts, fun trivia, must-do events, and driving details in the introduction to each state or province, then flip through the book to find annually updated attractions, hotels, and restaurants that fit your itinerary and your budget. Organized alphabetically by state/province, or by city when applicable, the guides make it easy to find just what you need.

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Since its founding, Mobil Travel Guide publications have provided travelers with recommendations for hotels, restaurants, and places to visit based on an objective inspection process and the Mobil One- to Five-Star rating system - one of the oldest and most respected programs in North America. The Mobil Corporation (known as ExxonMobil Corporation since a 1999 merger) began producing the Mobil Travel Guide books in 1958 and ever since has served as a trusted advocate for travelers

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