Personally researched, this guide to the Mid-Atlantic States includes recommendations of over 150 Places to Stay and Six, Regional, Countryside Itineraries–everything the traveler needs to plan a memorable trip. From affordable to decadent, recommendations of where to stay include boutique hotels in the cosmopolitan city of New York, our nation’s capital, Washington D.C., historic Philadelphia and Baltimore. Charming inns and bed & breakfasts are recommended in small towns and villages throughout New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia and West Virginia. Three itineraries focus on the key cities of New York, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., while eight, regional driving itineraries include suggestions for pacing, sightseeing and the most scenic routes. Visit the most interesting sights and destinations in the Mid-Atlantic states with routes that travel the lovely Hudson River Valley; explore the coastal areas of New Jersey, the Finger Lake Region of New York State; the Delmarva Peninsula and the Chesapeake Bay, Virginia-referred to as the birthplace of presidents, capitals and battlegrounds; eastern Pennsylvania – a region rich in culture and heritage as well as the beautiful Brandywine Valley.
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Revised 2017 Edition