United States: Maryland Books and Travel Guides

The Insiders' Guide to Baltimore
Baltimore's classic Fells Point, historic Federal Hill, cultural Mount Vernon, authentic Little Italy and popular Inner Harbor come together for excitement and learning in the pages of The Insiders' Guide(r) to Baltimore. Local authors explore the museums, shops and restaurants as well as little-known locals' favorites and behind the scenes information you won't find in the tourist brochures. Insightful descriptions, pricing guidelines, Insiders' Tips, maps, photos and more provide street-savvy knowhow whether planning a weekend getaway or creating a permanent home in "Charm City."
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Maryland : A New Guide to the Old Line State
"An updated version of a guide to (Maryland) . . . prepared by the Works Progress Administration . . . (last updated in 1976). Detailed historical information accompanies driving and walking tours throughout the state".--"Baltimore Magazine". 192 illustrations, including archival and new photos.
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Maryland Delaware Atlas & Gazetteer
Two states for the price of one! From the mountainous Maryland panhandle to the Delaware Bay, this Atlas covers both states with the kind of backroad and backcountry detail common to all DeLorme atlases. In addition, it offers an indispensable highway map of both states, plus a unique series of Chesapeake Bay habitat maps. There are also special Gazetteer sections on Chesapeake Bay lighthouses, historic districts and forts. Extra-large scale of 1:100,000 (1" to 1.6 miles). A mosaic of all the maps would measure 12 feet wide by 7+ feet high.
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The Maryland One-Day Trip Book
You won't miss any of Maryland's gracious mansions, peaceful state parks, unusual museums, and bountiful gardens with this guide to Ockershausen's native state. Famous attractions and well-kept secrets--the Baltimore Museum of Art's modern art collection, an auto ferry that connects two quaint Eastern Shore towns, a family-owned cavern, gorgeous beaches and mountains--are yours for the visiting.
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This is a very nice book to have. An author wrote about every nice places and every activities you could do within 2 hours drive around Baltimore...He also included the phone numbers and the addresses of every place he had mentioned in the book..It's also good for escaping.
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