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Maryland: An Explorer's Guide

After spending months traveling throughout the entire state of Maryland revisiting old places and experiencing new ones, Leonard has thoroughly updated this third edition of Maryland: An Explorer’s Guide. Every entry has been reviewed for accuracy – every address, email, phone number, website and fee. Personally visiting every business, staying in every B&B and dining at every restaurant, Leonard also engaged in the activities described in the guide – hiking, kayaking, sailing, biking, and playing miniature golf.

Features include:

Hundreds of dining reviews, from soft-shell crabs to four-star cuisine.

Opinionated listings of inns, B&Bs, hotels, and vacations cottages.

Regional, city, and downtown maps.

A "What's Where" subject guide to aid in trip planning.

Handy icons that point out places of extra value, family-friendly establihments, wheelchair access, and lodging that accepts pets.

Maryland: An Explorer's Guide is the only guide to the state to cover so many places to go and things to do:

Art Galleries; Colleges; Covered Bridges; Museums;
Historic Churches; Historic Homes; Historic Sites;
Guided Walks & Tours; Scenic Drives; Zoos;
Air Rides; Bicycling; Birding; Boat Excursions;
Boat Rentals; Bowling; Brewery Tours; Family
Activities; Amusement Parks; Playgrounds; Corn
Mazes; Fishing; Golf; Miniature Golf; Hiking;
Horseback Riding; Kayaking and Canoeing; Nature
Watching; Racing; Sailing; Scuba Diving; Skating;
Skiing; Special Classes; Swimming; Tennis;
Whitewater Rafting; Parks; Walks and Gardens.


Motels and Hotels; Inns; Lodges; Bed & Breakfasts;
Cabins; Cottages; Hostels; Camping; Dining out;
Eating out; Takeout; Coffee bars or houses;
Snacks and goodies; Dance; Film; Music; Nightlife;
Sports; Theaters; Antiques; Art Galleries;
Bookstores; Used bookstores; Crafts; Special
Shops; Farmer’s Markets; Pick-Your-Own Produce
Farms; Wineries; and Annual Events.