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Massachusetts: An Explorer's Guide - The North Shore, Central Massachusetts, and the Berkshires, 3rd Edition ePub download

by Christina Tree,William Davis

  • Author: Christina Tree,William Davis
  • ISBN: 0881504394
  • ISBN13: 978-0881504392
  • ePub: 1570 kb | FB2: 1551 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: United States
  • Publisher: Countryman Pr; 3 edition (June 2000)
  • Pages: 480
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 124
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Massachusetts: An Explorer's Guide - The North Shore, Central Massachusetts, and the Berkshires, 3rd Edition ePub download

Christina Tree uses her travels and experience to create a long-overdue guide to what makes western and central Massachusetts special.

Christina Tree uses her travels and experience to create a long-overdue guide to what makes western and central Massachusetts special. She uncovers the real charm of our towns and countryside in a way few travel writers have. - John W. Olver, US Congress. Two canny Boston Globe authors. reveal so many of Massachusetts' secret delights.

Wish they would update the book. But we just took a trip and a lot of the information was still relevant. One person found this helpful.

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Massachusetts : The North Shore, Central Massachusetts and the Berkshires. Step beyond the heavily travelled tourist trail into the heart of New England with this encyclopaedia guidebook to one of the country's most beautiful - and overlooked - travel destinations. by Christina Tree and Richard Widhu.

Seasoned travel writers Christina Tree and William Davis tell you everything you need to know about this naturally beautiful and culturally rich region. As they lead you across the Mohawk Trail and along scenic drives, you’ll visit must-see performing arts festivals, museums, wineries, antiques shops, nature preserves, and the best places to stay and to eat, from 4-star restaurants to classic diners.

The North Shore is a region in the . state of Massachusetts, loosely defined as the coastal area between Boston and New Hampshire

The North Shore is a region in the . state of Massachusetts, loosely defined as the coastal area between Boston and New Hampshire. The region is made up both of a rocky coastline, dotted with marshes and wetlands, as well as several beaches and natural harbors. The North Shore is an important historical, cultural, and economic region of Massachusetts

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Travel guide resource for your visit to The Berkshires. Drive 1-hour north of Stockbridge to North Adams for the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, one of the largest and most renowned contemporary art centers in the United States

Travel guide resource for your visit to The Berkshires. Discover the best of The Berkshires so you can plan your trip right. Drive 1-hour north of Stockbridge to North Adams for the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, one of the largest and most renowned contemporary art centers in the United States. Look through 19 galleries in the converted factory space. The best time to visit the Berkshires is in summer, when the Boston Symphony Orchestra is in residence and many visitors flock to the mountains from New York and Boston. Cold winters are best enjoyed indoors, but there are plenty of museums, concert halls and theaters to keep visitors occupied.

A complete traveler's resource to the "other" Massachusetts--the lightly traveled western three-quarters of the state--by two of the best travel writers in the business. Step beyond the heavily traveled tourist trail into the heart of New England with this encyclopedic guidebook to one of the country's most beautiful--and overlooked--travel destinations. Three-quarters of Massachusetts lies off the beaten track, and this new, completely revised and updated third edition will take you there. Here you'll find the state's rich history, inviting inns and spas, four-star restaurants and classic diners, scenic roads and fall foliage, and more. Highlights include: * The North Shore, including Salem and Marblehead, Cape Ann, and Newburyport * South of Boston, including Plymouth, New Bedford, and Fairhaven * The culturally rich Five-College area of the Pioneer Valley * Rugged hiking, classical music, and luxurious spas in the Berkshires * More than 800 dining and lodging reviews As in all Explorer's Guides, Massachusetts is independently researched and accepts no payment for listings. Special icons highlight bargains, family-friendly establishments, handicapped access, and lodgings that will accept your traveling pet. Detailed maps, a quick-reference "What's Where" section, and a comprehensive index make it easy to find your way around the state.
Stick
It looks like this guide used to be titled "Beyond Boston and Cape Cod" - and that's about right. It's a great guide for the rest of the state, just don't expect to find anything about Boston or the Cape in this book.

Once I got beyond that, I found the guide to be informative and useful - the reason I always look for this series when traveling somewhere new.

Here's hoping someone is working on the Boston and Cape version.
Fesho
Even though it is from 2000 it is still filled with current address. My history with travel books goes far. This book is so chocked with information I am impressed.
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