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New England Trips

3.93 of 5 stars 3.93  ·  rating details  ·  28 ratings  ·  5 reviews
53 of the Region's Best Trips!
Whether you're a local looking for a long weekend escape, a visitor looking to explore or you simply need some ideas when family and friends come to visit, Lonely Planet's Trips series offers the best itineraries - and makes it easy to plan the perfect trip time and again.
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Paperback, 352 pages
Published March 16th 2009 by Lonely Planet Publications
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Steven Peterson
This is a delightful book, featuring scores of trips in New England that one might take. The restaurants, beds and breakfasts, museums, and so on that are mentioned could, indeed, be the center of a series of trips.

Vermont trips tug at my memories, as I recall one of my best vacations taking place in Vermont. If I were to try another vacation in Vermont, I'd take this guide with me! Just so, another vacation in Maine or in Massachusetts or. . . .

Anyhow, a good resource if you're thinking of a tr
Dec 29, 2014 {eri} rated it 4 of 5 stars
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Took my time reading the whole thing. I liked that it catered to different types of trips and interests and it was a good jumping off point in my book.
Rita Wiebner
This was a great book, with some great little trips that I took pieces from to plan my own road trip. I was a little disappointed that there weren't really many photos. I also wouldn't recommend this book for someone that doesn't know anything at all about New England. For a newbie, it was a little difficult to cross reference multiple trips for the same state or area. It would be a great accompaniment to a book that outlines all of New England state by state. Still some great information!
Lynne Dillender
I went to New England for a brief, two month assignment. I only knew the "big things" to do like Boston, Cape Cod, etc. This book suggests small towns in Vermont and New Hampshire that were a hidden gem. Highly recommended for anyone taking a long stay in New England.
Good guide, but quiet boring.
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