Explorer s Guide Maine 18th Edition Explorer s Complete

Author: Christina Tree
Publisher: The Countryman Press
ISBN: 9781581575729
Release Date: 2016-03-01
Genre: Travel

The standard by which all other Maine travel guides are judged—now completely revised and reenvisioned The best-selling and most trusted guide to Maine is back! Once again fully updated and revised, this 18th edition features a brand-new design with expanded sidebars, itineraries, and lush color photographs throughout. As always, authors Christina Tree and Nancy English offer the best, most up-to-date recommendations for food, lodging, recreation, shopping, events, and much more. Whether you’re a native New Englander or one of the thousands of visitors who flock to “Vacationland” every year, in Explorer’s Guide Maine you’ll find the most comprehensive and useful information to make your stay more enjoyable.

Maine

Author: Christina Tree
Publisher:
ISBN: WISC:89073156481
Release Date: 1984
Genre: Maine


Explorer s Guide Coastal Maine 1st Edition Explorer s Complete

Author: Christina Tree
Publisher: The Countryman Press
ISBN: 9781581575712
Release Date: 2017-04-25
Genre: Travel

Explore one of America’s most magnificent coastlines Measuring 7,000 miles, Maine and its islands have more shore than the rest of the East Coast combined. This essential Explorer’s Guide points you to the best lobster pounds, fine restaurants, theaters, festivals, and museums scattered along Maine’s bountiful shores. Find out how to savor the salty air and serene harbors of Maine’s stunning coastlines on a daylong excursion or relax in one of the many world-class B&Bs. Feeling nostalgic? Take in a 3-mile excursion in an old-fashioned train car. Those seeking adventure can explore Maine’s waters on the deck of a windjammer or cross the soaring half-mile Deer Isle Bridge suspended in a cloud of sea fog. Take the knowledge of two renowned travel experts with you as you journey across New England’s most spectacular coastline. As with all Explorer’s Guides, you’ll discover fascinating history, important contact information, up-to-date maps, and more to help you make the most of your journey.

Explorer s Guide Maine Coast Islands Key to a Great Destination Third

Author: Nancy English
Publisher: The Countryman Press
ISBN: 9781581576191
Release Date: 2015-05-04
Genre: Travel

The best of the best all along Maine’s magnificent coastline. The Maine coast is longer, more varied, and more accessible than you might think, covering 7,000 miles if you count the islands. How will you find the best recreation, lodging, and dining options in all that territory? Explorer's Guide Maine Coast & Islands, Key to a Great Destination is by the same trusted team behind Explorer’s Guide Maine, the most comprehensive guidebook available to the state and a bestseller for more than 20 years. Not an abridged version of that book, this is a completely unique guide to Maine’s dramatic, iconic coast and islands. It provides only the best options available—places chosen by two of the most savvy and knowledgeable travel writers writing about Maine today.

New Hampshire

Author: Christina Tree
Publisher:
ISBN: 0881506206
Release Date: 2006-05-22
Genre: Travel

A comprehensive visitor's guide covers everything from the state's lakes and coastline to its accommodations and recreational sites, in a reference that features an alphabetical "What's Where" trip-planning section and additional tips for travelers with special needs. Original.

Scenic Maine Road Trips

Author: Dan Tobyne
Publisher: Down East Books
ISBN: 9781461745235
Release Date: 2013-06-16
Genre: Travel

Boasting one of the oldest Scenic Byway programs in the country, Maine offers diverse landscapes such as the Western Mountains and the rugged Down East coastline. Scenic Maine Road Trips is the first of its kind to explore the outstanding character, tradition, culture, and wilderness to be discovered along these routes. This exploration through photographs, maps, informative text and sidebars will help you discover the real Maine that exists beyond Route 1 or I-95.

Explorer s Guide Maine Seventeenth Edition

Author: Nancy English
Publisher: The Countryman Press
ISBN: 9781581576801
Release Date: 2014-05-05
Genre: Travel

The Swiss Army knife of guidebooks and the standard by which all other Maine travel guides are judged. This book is the standard that all other Maine travel guides are judged by. Now in its 17th edition, this bestseller just gets better and better! With expanded coverage and thousands of selective, up-to-date listings of the best lodging places, dining spots, recreation options, attractions and events, shopping, and lots more.

Explorer s Guide Maine

Author: Christina Tree
Publisher: Countryman Press
ISBN: 1581573308
Release Date: 2016-03-21
Genre: Maine

The best-selling and most trusted guide to Maine is back! Once again fully updated and revised, this 18th edition features a brand-new design with expanded sidebars, itineraries, and lush color photographs throughout. As always, authors Christina Tree and Nancy English offer the best, most up-to-date recommendations for food, lodging, recreation, shopping, events, and much more. Whether you’re a native New Englander or one of the thousands of visitors who flock to “Vacationland” every year, in Explorer’s Guide Maine you’ll find the most comprehensive and useful information to make your stay more enjoyable.

Where to Retire in Maine

Author: Victoria Doudera
Publisher:
ISBN: 0892725974
Release Date: 2003-01-01
Genre: Family & Relationships

Statistics show that twice as many retirees are moving into Maine as are leaving, and as former governor Angus King said, these ?low-maintenance residents with a steady income flow? represent a golden opportunity for Maine. Of course, looking at it the other way, Maine offers these retirees many golden opportunities as well. When Vicki Doudera?s first book, Moving to Maine, was published, she quickly started getting feedback indicating that many readers would welcome a book written specifically for people coming to Maine to retire. Vicki was ready and willing to rise to the challenge, and the result is Where to Retire in Maine. Organized geographically, Where to Retire in Maine examines 21 towns in depth, providing information on housing options, health care availability, transportation, safety, traffic, churches, fitness centers, assisted living, recreational and volunteer opportunities, shopping, weather, educational and cultural resources, and more. The featured towns all stand out as proven retirement destinations themselves, but they also characterize and serve as focal points for their larger regions. Residents and town officials helped provide the information specific to their towns, and first-person quotes from retirees to the area round out this informative and user-friendly guide.

50 Things to Do in Maine Before You Die

Author: Nancy Griffin
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9781608936304
Release Date: 2017-07-15
Genre: Travel

The ultimate to-do list for Mainers and visitors alike What better way to celebrate 50 years of book publishing than to celebrate the greatest things Maine has to offer. Following the popular trend in “bucket list” books, this experiential guide will help visitors and residents alike discover everything there is to do here. Taken all together, these experiences are enough to fill a life time.

Maine Outdoor Adventure Guide

Author: John Christie
Publisher: Down East Books
ISBN: 9781608932689
Release Date: 2015-09-07
Genre: Travel

This book is a trip-oriented guide, with each entry focusing on a specific activity at a particular location. Some examples are biking the Acadia Carriage Roads; climbing Bigelow Mountain; or canoeing the Magalloway River. It presents a series of trips that could comprise an entire summer of exploration or be stretched out over years. The authors present a series of day or weekend trips that could comprise an entire summer of exploration or be stretched out over years. Combined, the trips represent a broad-based discovery of the entire state of Maine. Maps, clear directions, and pertinent information are included for each trip, as well as first-hand descriptions of what you can expect to encounter along the way.

Frommer s Maine Coast

Author: Brian Kevin
Publisher: Complete Guide
ISBN: 1628873264
Release Date: 2017-05-23
Genre: Travel

You’ll never fall into tourist traps when you travel with Frommer's. Doing so is like having a trusted friend show you around, taking you to the places locals like best. That’s because our guidebooks, unlike much of the competition, are written by resident experts--like Brian Kevin, the author of Frommer’s Maine Coast, and the managing editor of Down East magazine. In this highly opinionated book, he’ll help you sort through the options so you can tailor a vacation that’s right for you. Frommer’s Maine Coast covers all of the region’s highlights--from the best beaches and lobster rolls to the most scenic places to hike, kayak, and sail. The book gives in-depth advice on how to tackle the wondrous Acadia National Park, the foodie scene in Portland, such small-town gems as York Village, Camden, Castine, and more. Our guide proudly contains: * Exact prices for every venue and activity listed, so there’s never any guessing or nasty surprises * Detailed maps throughout, plus a handy pullout map * Savvy, hard-hitting reviews of restaurants, hotels, attractions, shopping, and nightlife in all price ranges, from luxe to backpacker-friendly * Helpful suggested itineraries so you can make the most of your vacation time

Maine

Author: National Geographic Maps
Publisher:
ISBN: 1597753491
Release Date: 2016-05-12
Genre: Reference

Expertly rendered on National Geographic's wall map of Maine is the picturesque forested topography of the Pine Tree State. The entire state is visualized with vibrant colors and stunning shaded relief, depicting mountains, forests and waterways, from its border with New Hampshire in the west, along the Canadian border to the north and its back down its rugged eastern Atlantic Ocean coastline. The precise location of hundreds of places are pinpointed on the map, including cities and towns, national and state parks, lakes and bays, historic sites, ski resorts, mountain peaks and other points of interest. In addition, major infrastructure networks, including roads, highways, airports and ferry routes are clearly labeled. The map is encapsulated in heavy-duty 1.6 mil laminate which makes the paper much more durable and resistant to the swelling and shrinking caused by changes in humidity. Laminated maps can be framed without the need for glass, so the fames can be much lighter and less expensive. Map Scale = 1:524,329 Sheet Size = 30.25" x 40.5"

A Voyage Long and Strange

Author: Tony Horwitz
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company
ISBN: 1429937734
Release Date: 2008-04-29
Genre: Travel

The bestselling author of Blue Latitudes takes us on a thrilling and eye-opening voyage to pre-Mayflower America On a chance visit to Plymouth Rock, Tony Horwitz realizes he's mislaid more than a century of American history, from Columbus's sail in 1492 to Jamestown's founding in 16-oh-something. Did nothing happen in between? Determined to find out, he embarks on a journey of rediscovery, following in the footsteps of the many Europeans who preceded the Pilgrims to America. An irresistible blend of history, myth, and misadventure, A Voyage Long and Strange captures the wonder and drama of first contact. Vikings, conquistadors, French voyageurs—these and many others roamed an unknown continent in quest of grapes, gold, converts, even a cure for syphilis. Though most failed, their remarkable exploits left an enduring mark on the land and people encountered by late-arriving English settlers. Tracing this legacy with his own epic trek—from Florida's Fountain of Youth to Plymouth's sacred Rock, from desert pueblos to subarctic sweat lodges—Tony Horwitz explores the revealing gap between what we enshrine and what we forget. Displaying his trademark talent for humor, narrative, and historical insight, A Voyage Long and Strange allows us to rediscover the New World for ourselves.