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Whoa ho! The USA and Canada - the world's 3rd- and 2nd-largest countries - offer heartbeat-skipping moments on the countless miles stretching from sea to sea. Are they worth the hype? You betcha. Find out why with sample highlights from our brand new USA & Canada on a shoestring:

HI Clay Hotel & International Hostel, Miami: century-old art-deco beaut - where Al Capone rolled the dice - now offers dorms within walking distance of South Beach nightclubs.
ADK Adirondack Loj, New York State: sit-back lodge sits lakeside on the edge of Adirondack hiking and cross-country ski trails.
Charleston`s Historic Hostel: Southern charm casts its grip onto every chair-rocking guest; best is that it`s a short stroll from the historic district bars and the water.
Wilderness Hostels, Alberta: along the Icefields Parkway from Banff to Jasper are 10 hostels with hikes, rock climbing and ping-pong.
HI Redwood National Park Hostel: northern California`s superb hang-out hostel is right across from the Pacific and near hiking trails that lead past half the state`s towering redwoods.

Boulder: on the Rockies` front range, hip(pie) Boulder begs its locals to get outside. In summer the town creek welcomes tubing (drunk) students, and nearby canyons draw rock climbers.
Austin: so unlike the rest of the state, with an entrenched music scene, a wing-flapping bat colony and artsy crowd all but drowning out more conservative folk like former resident George W Bush.
Eugene: Eugene scores for its punk Whiteaker district and the prototype for Moe's Tavern from The Simpsons. Eugene may well out-doobie any campus in the country.
Chapel Hill: once home to pre-pro Michael Jordan, Chapel Hill cultivates indie rock for its laid-back, left-leaning University of North Carolina.
Boston: OK it`s a city, but Boston bubbles with dozens of schools, bookstores and bars on both sides of the James River. Up in Cambridge, famed Harvard dates from the 17th century.

Sequoia & Kings Canyon: when Yosemite is crawling with visitors, these national parks offer elbow space (and then some), the world`s largest tree and views below and above an 8200ft divot of earth.
Nebraska Panhandle: the Great Plains` prehistoric sea floors haven`t made much of a dent on mainstream itineraries, but a car-made replica of Stonehenge and Crazy Horse`s death site are worth a go.
Wisconsin: Milwaukee is home to Harley and beer. Try Madison for student life, and Green Bay on game day. Two-laners take in the Mississippi or 19th-century villages in Door County.Cape Breton Highlands, Nova Scotia: Canada`s great park is no secret, but way off most itineraries: cliff-hanging hikes to backcountry campsites and whale sightings off the rocky coast. Take a kilt for Scottish lore.
West Texas: the Lone Star State is underrated, particularly out west, where you can see unexplained lights at Marfa, one of the most unlikely art centres in the USA, plus loose `land-o-lost` boulders and hot springs on the Rio Grande at Big Bend National Park.

Other suggested Highlights in USA & Canada on a shoestring include: Best Cities; Best National Parks; and Best Activities.

California sunsets, Vegas jackpots, BC rain forests, New York energy - hit the wide open highways to the trip of your choice. Written by and for back­packers, this compact, detailed guide lets you go further, stay longer and pay less for the adventure of a lifetime.

-GET THE INSIDE SCOOP - extensive eating, sleeping and drinking listings, themed highlights and travel-tested budget tips from an intrepid team of backpacking authors
-FIND YOUR WAY - expanded itineraries and more than 100 + maps put you in charge of your journey
-DIVE INTO ADVENTURE - outdoor activities chapter covers adrenaline rushes from mountain biking in Moab to skiing Whistler and diving the Florida Keys
-SEE ANOTHER SIDE - cruise unexplored backroads, scenic byways, hip neighborhoods, diverse cities and vast national parks
  • Dział: Literatura obcojęzyczna
  • Wydawnictwo: Lonely Planet Publications
  • Oprawa: miękka
  • Okładka: miękka
  • Ilość stron: 740
  • ISBN: 978-1-74059-652-7
  • Wprowadzono: 12.07.2011

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