Pure Michigan July 24, 2014Posted by Ann in New Books, Non-Fiction.
Tags: Michigan, Pure Michigan, Travel
Picture yourself on a white sand beach on Lake Michigan by the town of Saugatuck, known as “The Art Coast of Michigan”; imagine yourself sipping wine at Sandhill Crane Vineyards in Jackson just down the road from Detroit; perhaps you might find yourself in Paradise, a great little town on the shores of Lake Superior at the north-eastern tip of the Upper Peninsula. The open road is ready to take you there- to Michigan. Your trip begins with our new travel books about Michigan.
Michigan by Laura Martone (5th ed.) is part of the Moon handbooks series. Moon handbooks give you the tools for a great vacation. The can’t miss sights, activities, restaurants, and accommodations are marked with a special designation to be easy to find. With so many quaint spots in Michigan to explore, this full guide comes in handy.
Michigan by Jeff Counts (3rd ed.) part of the Explorer’s guide series. National Geographic Traveler magazine calls this series “a classy series with encyclopedic coverage” and that’s what you get with this guide. Includes everything you need including getting around, family activities, green space, where to stay, etc. Sidebars mark the author’s favorites in each chapter.
Backroads & Byways of Michigan : Drives, Day Trips & Weekend Excursions by Matt Forster (fully revised 2nd ed.) is filled with color photographs and maps. Itineraries and drives are offered that are to places just off the beaten path. Some of the tours include, “The Grape Coast: Michigan’s wine Country,” “Through the Heart of Michigan: Following the Grand River,” and “Superior’s Scenic Shoreline.”