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Backroads of New England
     

Backroads of New England

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by Kim Grant
 

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Head down the road less traveled with this fabulous collection of outings that showcase New England's hidden backroads. Each card includes detailed driving instructions and insider tips on the best places to eat, shop, and explore throughout all six states of this breathtaking region. From charming historic towns to out-of-the-way state parks, discover an adventure

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Head down the road less traveled with this fabulous collection of outings that showcase New England's hidden backroads. Each card includes detailed driving instructions and insider tips on the best places to eat, shop, and explore throughout all six states of this breathtaking region. From charming historic towns to out-of-the-way state parks, discover an adventure for any time of year.

Adventures include:
GÇó Cape Cod
GÇó Martha's Vineyard
GÇó Lake Champlain
GÇó Route 100 in Autumn

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780811873024
Publisher:
Chronicle Books LLC
Publication date:
07/01/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
9 MB

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New England Backroads 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
NewMerlin More than 1 year ago
I bought this deck to guide me during road trips around New England. The box showed no information relating to what an example card looked like, so I purchased the deck and took it home. The deck is composed of good quality cards and seems sized right for the intended purpose. The choice of destinations seems too broad. I was expecting several planned routes for day trips into different regions. These might include a map, a list of points of interest with addresses, phone numbers and websites, drive times between points, etc. Unfortunately, the cards contained just general information about the area and were likely for familiarizing travelers in a general way. I was disappointed.