Author: Roberta Homan Gardner
Publisher: Simon and Schuster; First Edition edition (1984)
Category: Food Lodging & Transportation
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Bed and breakfast accommodations - New England - Directories, Bed and breakfast accommodations - Middle Atlantic States - Directories, Bed and breakfast accommodations, Middle Atlantic States, New England. New York : Simon and Schuster. inlibrary; printdisabled;. Gardner, George William, 1940-. Bed and Breakfast Guide, East Coast: New England and the Mid-Atlantic.
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New England and the Mid-Atlantic. by Roberta Homan Gardner, Naomi Black, Terry Berger. Published November 1986 by Simon & Schuster.
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New York and Mid-Atlantic : A Guide to the Inns of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Virginia. Country Inns of America. By (author) Roberta Homan Gardner. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). Detailed descriptions of the most attractive, comfortable, and congenial inns of New York, New Jersey, Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania show more.
The cuisine of the Mid-Atlantic states encompasses the cuisines of the states of New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Northern Maryland
The cuisine of the Mid-Atlantic states encompasses the cuisines of the states of New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Northern Maryland. The influences on cuisine in this region of the United States are extremely eclectic owing to the fact that it has been and continues to be a gateway for international culture as well as a gateway for new immigrants.
The guiding principle of this reporting is one we have developed-city by. .
The guiding principle of this reporting is one we have developed-city by city, story by story, question by question, surprise by surprise-through our years of travel. The central premise is that the most positive and practical developments in this stage of American life are happening at the local and regional level-but that most Americans have barely heard of those developments except in the communities where they themselves live. It is Down East, in the vernacular of Maine, and the town of Eastport, where residents say the sun first rises over the United States, as does the moon, which gets far too little attention.