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East Coasting

The Ultimate Roadtripper’s Guide to New England
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East Coasting is the ultimate illustrated guide to road-tripping up through historic New England, and the must-visit spots along the way. This beautifully illustrated guide to roadtripping through New England spans Connecticut to Maine and explores inland destinations in Vermont, New Hampshire, weekend trips to the Berkshires, and even crosses over the Canadian border to Nova Scotia. In the spirit of Danielle Kroll's Pacific Coasting (Artisan 2021), East Coasting is a fun ride. All across New England, there's so much to see and do--Mystic, Providence, Salem, Portland, must-visit museums, bookstores, fooderies, and more. Go antiquing in Stonington, CT. Take a quick ferry ride to Martha's Vineyard. Visit Horseneck Beach, MA, on a glorious summer morning. A weekend getaway to Portland, ME, is a must, where you can feast your way through the city. And is there any better time than autumn, when the whole of New England is alight with changing leaves. Unless it's a beautiful snowy winter day in New Hampshire or Vermont, with its pristine beauty and opportunities for winter sporting. East Coasting is for those who reside in New England, who want to visit New England, who need a gift for someone who loves New England, and for armchair travelers alike.

Author Biography:

Christine Chitnis is a writer and photographer based in Providence, Rhode Island. She is the author of Patterns of India (Clarkson Potter, 2020), and of the upcoming Patterns of Portugal (Clarkson Potter, Spring 2024). Christine is also a contributor to publications including the New York Times, Elle, Martha Stewart Living, Travel + Leisure, and Conde Nast Traveler. Monica Dorazewski is an illustrator and artist and finds inspiration in nature, travel, and flea markets. While a painting student at SCAD, she turned to graphic design and illustration as a means of artistic expression, and has since expanded her passions to include collage, sewing, and repeat pattern making. She currently resides in Delaware.
Release date NZ
June 12th, 2024
Audience
  • General (US: Trade)
Illustrations
100
Pages
224
ISBN-13
9781648293184
Product ID
38236547

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