Frommer's New York Stateby Neil Edward Schlecht, Rich Beattie, Brian Silverman
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Meticulously researched by a team of expert residents who know this region intimately, Frommer's New York State, 2nd Edition is an extraordinary and highly personal guide to one of America’s most diverse regions.
Frommer’s New York State is packed with candid opinions on everything about New York City, but also on the beaches, antiques shops, wineries, skiing, hiking, biking, and other outdoor adventures that make up the rest of New York State. We’ve covered all the perennial favorites, from the Hamptons to Niagara Falls, but we’ll also take you off the beaten track to discover New York's best small towns and natural escapes. Whether you want a romantic getaway in an upstate B&B or family fun on Long Island's best beaches, Frommer’s will help you design the trip that’s right for you.
Meet the Author
Neil E. Schlecht is a writer and photographer who travels frequently along the Hudson between an old farmhouse in northwestern Connecticut and New York City. He is the author of a dozen travel guides—including Spain For Dummies and Frommer’s guides to Texas, Cuba, and Peru—as well as art catalogue essays and articles on art and culture.
Rich Beattie is a freelance writer who lives in New York City. Formerly the Managing Editor of Travel Holiday Magazine and Executive Editor of the adventure-travel site GORP.com, he now writes for Travel + Leisure, the New York Times, Four Seasons Hotel Magazine, Boating Magazine, and Modern Bride, among others.
Brian Silverman, author of Frommer’s New York City, Frommer’s New York City from $90 a Day, and Portable New York City, has written about travel, food, sports, and music for publications such as Saveur, Caribbean Travel & Life, Islands, American Way, the New Yorker, and the New York Times. He is the author of several books including Going, Going, Gone: The History, Lore, and Mystique of the Home Run (HarperCollins), and co-editor of The Twentieth Century Treasury of Sports (Viking Books). Brian lives in New York, New York, with his wife and son.
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