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Ulysses Press.

Ulysses Press

PO Box 3440, Berkeley, CA 94703

Four new titles join others in Ulysses' outstanding 'Hidden' travel series of state guides blending vacation with adventure options to appeal to those who want a taste of adventure without the white water. Susan Farewell's HIDDEN MAINE (1569754608, $15.95) juxtaposes lodging and dining tips with hiking and outdoors suggestions, focusing on special attractions unique to Maine, such as a good value fish restaurant located off the beaten path, or special boat tours available in certain areas. HIDDEN MAINE is packed with historic sights, drives and shopping opportunities perfect for Maine visitors. Catherine O'Neal's HIDDEN CAROLINAS (1569754845, $17.95) provides opinionated, recommended reviews of local attractions from folk art to scenic mountain hikes. From small cafes to parks and valleys off the beaten path, HIDDEN CAROLINAS is packed with suggestions for all types of vacationers. Marty Olmstead's HIDDEN TENNESSEE (1569754853, $16.95) surveys local inns, restaurants, and Tennessee attractions, from museums and outdoor opportunities to botanical garden tours, providing visitors with a wide range of touring choices, while Eric Lucas' HIDDEN WASHINGTON (1569754861, $15.99) covers some of the ethnic restaurants and neighborhoods of the state, adding in plenty of local history and color. All lend to use as take-along totes.
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Title Annotation:Hidden Carolinas: Including Ashville, Great Smoky Mountains, Outer Banks, and Charleston; Hidden Maine : Including Acadia National Park; Hidden Tennessee: Including Nashville, Memphis and the Great Smoky Mountains; Hidden Washington: Including Seattle, Puget Sound, San Juan Islands, Olympic Peninsula, Cascades, and Columbia River Gorge
Author:Donovan, Diane C.
Publication:MBR Bookwatch
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Sep 1, 2005
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