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150 Weekends Planned For You

by Akhil Kalepu

Aug 24, 2016

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Get the best of The New York Times Travel section with 36 Hours: 150 Weekends in the USA & Canada, the ultimate guide for three-day trips across country, covering major cities and small towns.

 

Edited by Barbara Ireland, the book draws upon knowledge from New York Times contributors, experienced travelers and local experts to provide a jam-packed weekend of activities. The 1,500 destinations list a range of attractions, from hot spots to hidden gems with almost 1,000 photo illustrations by Olimpia Zagnoli. Six hundred restaurants and 450 hotels are indexed with color-coded tabs, making the book a handy reference for planning trips.

 

Other editions of the book are available for Europe and various regions of America, available on Amazon. Also check out the online edition 36 Hours, which provide handy day guides for destinations around the world.

 

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