Frommer's Virginia 1998

Frommer's Virginia 1998

by Bill Goodwin, Arthur Frommer



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Frommer's Virginia 1998 by Bill Goodwin, Arthur Frommer

It's a Whole New World with Frommer's. Frommer's is packed with completely up-to-date practical information, exact prices, and candid insider advice. It's the most authoritative, easy-to-use guide you can buy. Everything You Need for the Perfect Trip:

  • Ideal accommodations for every taste and budget: luxury resorts, colonial inns, distinctive bed-and-breakfasts, family-friendly motels, and more
  • The latest on the dining scene, from sophisticated cafes and historic taverns to down-home Southern barbecue joints
  • A complete sightseeing guide, from the inner halls of Jefferson's Monticello to the solemn expanses of Arlington National Cemetery—plus the best of small-town Virginia
  • In-depth coverage of the great outdoors, from beach vacations and scenic mountain drives to wilderness adventures and white-water rafting trips—with golf, tennis, and more
  • Detailed, accurate two-color maps
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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780028620183
Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 04/22/1998
Series: Frommer's Complete Series
Edition description: 4TH
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 5.10(w) x 8.47(h) x 0.81(d)

About the Author

About the Author Born and raised in North Carolina, Bill Goodwin has lived in northern Virginia since 1979. He was an award-winning newspaper reporter before becoming a legal counsel and speech writer for two U.S. Senators, Sam Nunn of Georgia and the late Sam J. Ervin, Jr., of North Carolina. Now a full-time travel writer, Goodwin is the author of Frommer's South Pacific, co-author of Frommer's Florida, and editor of Frommer's USA. He also served as editor for the first edition of Frommer's America on Wheels Mid-Atlantic.

Table of Contents

1. The Best of Virginia.

2. Getting to Know Virginia.

3. Planning a Trip to Virginia.

4. For Foreign Visitors.

5. Northern Virginia.

6. Fredericksburg & the Northern Neck.

7. Charlottesville & Lynchburg: Central Virginia.

8. The Shenandoah Valley.

9. Roanoke & the Southwest Highlands.

10. Richmond.

11. Williamsburg, Jamestown & Yorktown.

12. Hampton Roads & the Eastern Shore.

Appendix: Useful Toll-Free Numbers.


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