Baton Rouge, Louisiana, November 2000
Frommer's New England 2002by Wayne Curtis, Herbert Bailey Livesey, Marie Morris, Laura M. Reckford
"Using the expertise of knowledgeable travel writers and editors, Frommer's New England is stuffed like a turkey, with slivers of information spilling out as soon as you open the cover.Even experienced travelers will find new information in the guide.Follow the advice in the 'best' list and you won't go too far wrong." —Advocate, Baton Rouge,/i>/i>
"Using the expertise of knowledgeable travel writers and editors, Frommer's New England is stuffed like a turkey, with slivers of information spilling out as soon as you open the cover.Even experienced travelers will find new information in the guide.Follow the advice in the 'best' list and you won't go too far wrong." —Advocate, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
You'll never fall into the tourist traps when you travel with Frommer's. It's like having a friend show you around, taking you to the places locals like best. Our expert authors have already gone everywhere you might gothey've done the legwork for you, and they're not afraid to tell it like it is, saving you time and money. No other series offers candid reviews of so many hotels and restaurants in all price ranges. Every Frommer's Travel Guide is up-to-date, with exact prices for everything, dozens of color maps, and exciting coverage of sports, shopping, and nightlife. You'd be lost without us!
Completely updated every year (unlike most of the competition), Frommer's New England features gorgeous full-color photos of the historic sights, stunning landscapes, and seaside towns that await you. Meticulously researched by a team of expert residents who know this region intimately, this is an extraordinary and highly personal guide to one of America's most scenic regions.
Frommer's New England is packed with candid opinions on the best country inns and restaurants, lobster pounds, antique shops, foliage tours, beaches, hiking, biking, and other outdoor adventures. We've covered all the perennial favorites, from the Freedom Trail to the Berkshires and beyond, but we'll also take you off the beaten track to discover New England's best small towns and most pristine wild places. Whether you want a romantic getaway in a Vermont country inn or family fun on the Cape's best beaches, Frommer's will help you design the trip that's right for you. You'll even find a free color fold-out map and an online directory that makes trip-planning a snap!
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Meet the Author
Wayne Curtis (chapters 2, 3, 11 through 13, and the Appendix) is a freelance writer who's also the author of Frommer's Nova Scotia, New Brunswick & Prince Edward Island. He writes for the Atlantic Monthly, the New York Times, Preservation, and Yankee, among others. He lives on the Maine coast a few hundred yards from the Canadian border, and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Herbert Bailey Livesey (chapters 8 through 10) is a native New Yorker and a former NYU administrator. After leaving his career in higher education, he worked briefly as an artist before devoting himself to writing full time. He is the author of several travel guides, nine books on education and sociology, and a novel. Marie Morris (chapters 4 and 5) is a native New Yorker and a graduate of Harvard, where she studied history. She has worked for the New York Times, Boston magazine, and the Boston Herald, and is also the author of Frommer's Boston. She lives in Boston. Laura M. Reckford (chapters 6 and 7) is a writer and editor who lives on Cape Cod. Formerly the managing editor of Cape Cod Life Magazine, she has also been on the editorial staffs of Good Housekeeping magazine and Entertainment Weekly.
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