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‘Lonely Planet guides are, quite simply, like no other’. New York TimesTwo perfect days in MiamiWhether you’re a local looking for a long weekend escape, or a visitor looking to explore, Lonely Planet’s Trips series offers the best itineraries – and makes it easy to plan the perfect trip time and again.Everyone knows road-tripping is the ultimate way to experience the USA. You can drive up, down, across, around or straight through every state on the continental map. We’re here to help you narrow down the options. Whether you’re on a quest for that perfect Pacific Northwest microbrewery pint, fresh lobster right off the boat in Maine or the coolest classic all-night diners in New Jersey, we’ve got you covered. Our authors drove, paddled, walked, cycled, rode the rails and hopped buses all across the country to bring you their 99 favorite trips across the US.This eBook-only offering is an excerpt of Lonely Planet’s USA’s Best Trips, which includes 99 themed itineraries across America. The trip chosen for this eBook includes:• Activities for every interest, from sampling a slice of Cuban life in Little Havana to taking a dip in the most glamorous pool in the country• Food & drink for every taste, from cutting-edge Nuevo Latino to inventive tropical cocktails• Hotel recommendations range from art-deco masterpieces to mid-century modern• Easy-to-use map for your tripLonely Planet’s USA’s Best Trips is written and researched by Sara Benson, Amy Balfour, Alison Bing, Becca Blond, Jennifer Denniston, Lisa Dunford, Alex Leviton, David Ozanich, Danny Palmerlee, Brandon Presser and Karla Zimmerman. Check out Lonely Planet’s other eBook guides including USA’s Best Trips, Washington, Oregon & Pacific Northwest, Best California Trips and more.
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Lonely Planet is the largest travel guide book publisher in the world. The company is owned by American billionaire Brad Kelley's NC2 Media, which bought it in 2013 from BBC Worldwide for US$77 million (the equivalent of £45.5 million in May 2014) after it was valued at US$250 million in 2008.
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