By Limited, Nick Inman; John Ardagh; Stephen Conlin; Dorling Kindersley
DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Spain is your indispensable guide to this beautiful part of the world. The fully updated guide includes unique cutaways, floor plans, and reconstructions of the must-see sights, plus street-by-street maps of key cities and towns. The also is packed with photographs and illustrations leading you straight to the best attractions this country has to offer.
The uniquely visual DK Eyewitness Travel guide will help you to discover everything region by region, from local festivals and markets to day trips around the countryside. Detailed listings will guide you to the best hotels, restaurants, bars, and shops for all budgets. Detailed transportation and other practical information will help you to get around by train, bus, or car.
With insider tips and essential local information, DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Spain will help you explore every corner of Spain effortlessly.
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By Johansen, Heidi
Insight City Guide Seattle is a comprehensive travel guide to this innovative and scenic city. Full-color photos and maps throughout combine with authoritative text to inspire you to explore Seattle and its surrounding areas. Be inspired by the “Best Of Seattle” section, which highlights unmissable sights and experiences, while a comprehensive Travel Tips section gives you all the practical information and travel advice you need to plan what to do on your trip, including selective listings for hotel and restaurants. Lavish Photo Features offer a unique insight into topics such as northwestern Native American tribes, the EMP Museum, and local volcanoes. Insight’s trademark history and culture coverage provides a fascinating introduction to Seattle’s enterprising and alternative culture, while features by local writers delve into everything from Bill Gates and Microsoft to writers’ interest in the famous rain, local wines, and totem poles.
Insight Guides; Sixth Edition edition
Don't Go There!
By Greenberg, Peter
We've all suffered through bad vacations: tourist traps, endless lines, rundown hotels, and the worst airports on earth. Before you book your next trip, get all of the facts--that "idyllic" beachfront hotel could really be one of the world's hellholes.
Frommer's EasyGuide to Cancun and the Caribbean Coast of Mexico
By Delsol, Christine
Cancun is the single most heavily-visited vacation destination in Mexico today. And with reason. Magnificent beaches of fine white sand, superb restaurants and lodgings, crafts-and- clothing-shops, history-and-nature-featuring theme parks, and nearby Mayan sites especially Tulum and Chichen-Itza of breath-catching interest. Add the same facilities and attractions of the beach-lined Caribbean coast north and south of Cancun Isla Mujeres, the Maya Riviera, among many more, and you have an indispensable visit and stay to make. The authors of Frommers Easy Guide to Cancun and the Caribbean Coast of Mexico have spent years in this warm-weather area, diligently searching for the best, and have set forth their top preferences in hotel resorts, restaurants, attractions and shops in all price ranges.
On the Orient
By Kipling, Rudyard
Travel with Kipling through India, Singapore, Hong Kong, Canton (now Guangzhou), Japan, and BurmaRudyard Kipling spent many years abroad and his relationship with India is explored in several of his works, both fiction and non-fiction. After leaving school, Kipling was sent to Lahore to work at a local newspaper. He would go on, a few years later, to take up a post at the Pioneer in Allahabad. Kipling said that only a few hours after arriving in India "my English years fell away, nor ever, I think, came back in full strength." While working for the Pioneer Kipling wrote a series of sketches about life in India. In 1889, he became the Pioneer's roving correspondent; traveling to Burma, Singapore, Hong Kong, Canton, and Japan. This collection comprises essays from both his sketches of India and the rest of his travels, showcasing his observations, opinions, and itinerary.
The everything family guide to budget travel / hundreds of fun family vacations to fit any budget
By Merritt, Kelly
Taking a fun family vacation doesn't have to break the bank! Discover historic sites, scenic areas, and fun-filled attractions right in your own backyard.
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Insiders' Guide® to Tucson
By Votto, Mary Paganelli
Insiders' Guide to Tucson is the essential source for in-depth travel information for visitors and locals alike to the Arizona city affectionately nicknamed "Old Pueblo." Written by locals (and true insiders) , Insiders' Guide to Tucson offers a personal and practical perspective of Tucson and its surrounding environs that makes it a must-have guide for travelers as well as residents looking to rediscover their hometown. The 7th Edition features a full-color insert
By Dicum, Gregory
Talk about a fresh perspective! Perched 35,000 feet in the air, Window Seat decodes the sights to be seen on any flight across North America. Broken down by region, this unusual guide features 70 aerial photographs; a fold-out map of North America showing major flight paths; profiles of each region covering its landforms, waterways, and cities; tips on spotting major sights, such as the Northern Lights, the Grand Canyon, and Disney World; tips on spotting not-so-major sights such as prisons, mines, and Interstates; and straightforward, friendly text on cloud shapes, weather patterns, the continent's history, and more. A terrific book for kids, frequent flyers, and armchair travelers alike, Window Seat is packed with curious facts and colorful illustration, proving that flying doesn't have to be a snooze.
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French Ghosts, Russian Nights, and American Outlaws
By Spano, Susan
Susan Spano, America's original Frugal Traveler, explores some of the most romantic, most exotic, and wildest corners of the world in this captivating collection of her best-loved pieces.
French Ghosts, Russian Nights, and American Outlaws: Souvenirs of a Professional Vagabond takes the reader on magical trips, when everything conspired to make a place unforgettable, like a temple in Java at sunrise or an ice hotel in the Artic Circle at sunset. In some of the stories, she finds the kind of enlightenment that only travel can provide by following in the footsteps of luminaries such as Federico Fellini, Julia Child, and Chairman Mao.
Other stories are about travel itself: how it became Spano's passion and calling; how it fed her incurably restless spirit; how it inspired her philosophy of travel and life: Go forth and find meaning. Take a condemned cable car over the Yangtze River or a shared taxi over the Andes with a leaking gas tank and chain-smoking driver. Eat oysters and drink martinis wherever you can. And, as often as possible, come home with a tan.