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Where Vacations Meet Adventures! First, Hidden Maui reviews the destination’s famed attractions. Then (more importantly!) it invites the reader to go further to ?Hidden” spots other guides overlook, including small inns and local restaurants. The guide also focuses on outdoor adventures with detailed information on beaches, parks and outdoor activities. Special traveler-friendly features include hidden spots, author’s favorite picks, getaway itineraries, driving and walking tours, websites and e-mail addresses, and multiple scaled maps that zoom in on each area. Hidden Maui leads to sacred sites on Lanai, historic spots in Lahaina, and cool waterfalls along the Hana Highway. The author offers recommendations and opinionated reviews for over 110 restaurants and over 80 hotels. This updated edition includes 20 maps.
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Ray Riegert is the author of eight travel books, including Hidden San Francisco & Northern California. His most popular work, Hidden Hawaii, won the coveted Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Award for Best Guidebook as well a similar award from the Hawaii Visitors Bureau. In addition to his role as publisher of Ulysses Press, he has written for the Chicago Tribune, Saturday Evening Post, San Francisco Chronicle and Travel & Leisure. A member of the Society of American Travel Writers, he lives in the San Francisco Bay area with his wife, co-publisher Leslie Henriques, and their son Keith and daughter Alice.Review:
"The Hidden guidebook series hot-peppers its pages with little arrows that point to a multitude of off-the-tourist-track sites." ― Chicago Tribune
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Book Description Ulysses Press, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. New - excellent, clean condition ***. Seller Inventory # A-27317
Book Description Ulysses Press, 2005. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1569754985