Travel & Holiday Books

Kids' Travel Guide - Rome: The fun way to discover Rome-especially for kids: 7 (Kids' Travel Guide series) (Kids' Travel Guide series) (Kids' Travel Guide sereis)

Going on a family vacation to Rome? Make sure your kids get the most out of the trip with the Kids' Travel Guide - Rome. Together with Leonardo, their very own tour guide, your kids will have so much fun discovering Rome--its history and geography, the Italian culture and language--and exploring Rome's best sites for children. Leonardo makes it interesting with "juicy information," challenging quizzes, special tasks, and colorful activities. Leonardo will join your kids in every step of the journey, from packing at home to seeing the sights in Rome. And when you return home, the book will become a souvenir of your trip that kids can treasure for a lifetime. For more fun and enrichment: Kids' Travel Guide - Italy--all about Italy, no matter which area you visit. Kids' Travel Guide - Italy & Rome--everything about Italy and beautiful Rome combined in one book. FlyingKids makes your family travel more fun, enriching, and unforgettable. Get lots of information on family travel at www.theflyingkids.com.

Secret Europe 2016: Discover Europe's Best Kept Secrets

Secret Europe Discover Europe's best-kept secrets Europe is wonderful, fascinating and its offerings are hard to beat, which is why Lonely Planet's team of expert writers have put together 'Secret Europe', an ebook to help you discover Europe's best kept travel secrets that deserve your attention. You won't find Europe's obvious choices in this eBook. You will know the names of some of the destinations but may have overlooked them for your holidays in the past; others are under-the-radar gems that you may not have come across at all. One thing is for sure though: all of these destinations offer a great experience in Europe right now and we're sure you'll find something here to push you on to new experiences and unexpected discoveries. As well as an overview of why each destination deserves to be discovered this summer, this eBook has practical hints and tips on what to do, where to eat and drink, how to get there and what to experience. So, go forth and discover somewhere different in Europe this year... just don't tell too many people about it! Download this free eBook now and start planning your next European adventure. Coverage includes: Warsaw, Poland Stryn, Norway GijA?n, Spain Ribe, Denmark Naples, Italy Cyclades, Greece Szombathely, Hungary Vilnius, Lithuania About Lonely Planet: Since 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world's leading travel media company with guidebooks to every destination, an award-winning website, mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community. Lonely Planet covers must-see spots but also enables curious travellers to get off beaten paths to understand more of the culture of the places in which they find themselves.

Adam Bede (Everyman's Library Classics)

A story which evokes a bygone rural life, and is charged with a personal passion that intensifies the novel's outer dramas of seduction and betrayal and inner dramas of moral growth and redemption.

USA's Best Trips: 7 Amazing Road Trips

Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Discover the freedom of open roads with Lonely Planet's Best Trips series. To kick-start your perfect Americana adventure, our FREE SAMPLER 'USA's Best Trips: 7 Amazing Road Trips (A Sampler)' features seven of our all-time favorite excursions, excerpted from each of our seven Best USA Trips guides. This sampler offers a taste of the iconic sights, awe-inspiring beauty, and hidden gems that awaits along each region's highways. Jump in the car, turn up the tunes, and hit the road! Inside USA's Best Trips: 7 Amazing Road Trips (A Sampler): Get inspired - highlights, expert recommendations, gorgeous photography Discover even more - detours, local secrets, walking routes, ways to link trips Get around easily - full-color maps of featured routes, detailed directions, practical tips Planning advice to help you design your ideal road trip Covers: Michigan's Gold Coast (From USA's Best Trips)

Caribbean-blue lake vistas, surfing beaches, dunes, wineries, orchards, Dutch kitsch, French colonial outposts Zion & Bryce National Parks (From Southwest USA's Best Trips)

Crimson monoliths, slot canyons, river walks, pioneer ruins, Old West kitsch, artisan galleries Hudson Valley (From New York & the Mid-Atlantic's Best Trips)

Breathtaking nature just beyond Manhattan, forested parks, historical sites, lavish Gilded Age mansions Florida's Highway 1 (From Florida & the South's Best Trips)

Fascinating history, dazzling white beaches, swamps and wildlife, colorful art-deco streets, Latin flavor Pacific Coast Highways (From California's Best Trips)

Iconic beaches, stunning cliffs, redwood forests, seafood shacks, prime sunset-watching spots Highway 101 Oregon Coast (From Pacific Northwest's Best Trips)

Quaint seaside towns, colorful tide pools, lighthouses, exhilarating ocean views Coastal New England (From New England's Best Trips)

Fishing villages, historic mansions perched at ocean's edge, whale-watching, maritime museums There's More in Store for You: Once you pick the region you want to explore, check out the related Best Trips guide for additional itineraries, detailed recommendations, and in-depth, expert planning advice. Each guide features around 30 of regional routes, from 2-day escapes to 2-week adventures. Whether exploring your own backyard or somewhere entirely new, Lonely Planet's USA Best Trips guides will ensure you have an amazing time. Also, check out Lonely Planet's European Best Trips guides to Italy, France, and Ireland and our FREE SAMPLER 'Europe's Best Trips: 3 Amazing Road Trips' for more road trip inspiration. Authors: Written and researched by Lonely Planet About Lonely Planet: Since 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world's leading travel media company with guidebooks to every destination, an award-winning website, mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveler community. Lonely Planet covers must-see spots but also enables curious travelers to get off beaten paths to understand more of the culture of the places in which they find themselves.

Lonely Planet Best In Travel Sampler

Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet celebrates a decade of Best in Travel, our annual compilation featuring must-sees and -dos for the year to come, with our FREE eBook sampler '10 Years of the Best in Travel: A collection of top trends, destinations, journeys & experiences'. This eBook features some of our favourite travel lists of the past 10 years, comprising a range of experiences, from nature to urban, armchair to adrenaline-fueled, and expected to under-the-radar. Inside 10 Years of the Best in Travel: A collection of top trends, destinations, journeys & experiences Discover travel destinations that will cater to your interests Expert suggestions can lead you to the ideal destination to suit your fancy Get inspired to go out and make these experiences your own! Always looking to experience the musical beat of a culture during your travels? Enjoy following your taste buds to unique, authentic culinary experiences? Find every excuse to escape to watery expanses? Seek creative ways to get your adrenaline pumping wherever you go? Looking for ways to inspire a sense of wonderment in your family? The 100 experiences introduced in this free sampler will whet your travel appetite and motivate you to begin planning your next perfect trip. Begin your journey now! Coverage Includes Havana, Ibiza, New Orleans, Nashville, Berlin, Vienna, London, Austin, Senegal, New York City, Rio de Janeiro, Morocco, Mumbai, Istanbul, Malaysia, Naples, Shanghai, Barcelona, Florida & the Keys, Egypt, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Russia, Mali, Laos, Arizona, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Scotland, Botswana, Belgium, Ghana, Belize, Venezuela, Pennsylvania, Grenada, Paris, South Africa, Thailand, Fiji, Maldives, Micronesia, Israel, Malawi, Mexico, Finland, Oklahoma, Japan, Nigeria, Kenya, Appalachia, Indonesia, Bahamas, Chile, Utah, Palau, Tonga, Sao Tome & Principe, Trinidad & Tobago, Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea, Cape Verde, Seychelles, Saint Vincent & the Grenadines, Namibia, Wyoming, Orlando, Cayman Islands, Peru, Norway There's More in Store for You Looking for a little more inspiration? Don't miss Lonely Planet's Best in Travel 2015 for the hottest travel trends, top destinations to visit, and best experiences to be had in 2015, as well as a host of travel lists to inspire you to start making your next trip. Authors: Written and researched by Lonely Planet About Lonely Planet: Started in 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world's leading travel guide publisher with guidebooks to every destination on the planet, as well as an award-winning website, a suite of mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community. Lonely Planet's mission is to enable curious travellers to experience the world and to truly get to the heart of the places they find themselves in. Winner of the TripAdvisor Travelers' Choice Awards Favorite Travel Guide in 2012, 2013, and 2014

On the Spooky Trail: Travels in Supernatural Wales

A hag's pool. A ruined abbey. A house with a skull.

Join award-winning mystery author Virginia King on this journey of true travel, when her role as an accompanying delegate at a conference turns into an investigation of some of the spookiest places in Wales.

Queen Victoria

This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge....

Lonely Planet 3 of The USA's Best Road Trips

Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Whether exploring your own backyard or somewhere new, discover the freedom of open road with Lonely Planet's full-colour Road Trips series. With over 164,000 miles of highway to explore, the road trip just might be America's true national pastime. Visit spots others zoom right by: the hidden viewpoint, the local coffee shop, the secret beach. To kick-start your perfect Americana adventure, our FREE SAMPLER '3 of the USA's Best Road Trips' features three of our all-time favourite US excursions. Excerpted from Route 66 Road Trips, Pacific Coast Highway Road Trips, and San Francisco Bay Area & Wine Country Road Trips, this is your passport to uniquely encountering the US by car. Inside '3 of the USA's Best Road Trips' (A Sampler): Get inspired - regional highlights, expert recommendations, gorgeous photography Planning advice - illustrated itineraries to help you design your ideal road trip Discover even more - detours, local secrets, walking routes, ways to link trips Get around easily - full-colour maps of featured routes, detailed directions, up-to-date advice Essential info at your fingertips - hours of operation, phone numbers, websites, prices Covers: Western Route 66 (From Route 66 Road Trips) - Needles, CA to Santa Monica, CA. Search for your own American dream along promised-land California's stretch of the Mother Road - Mojave Desert ghost towns, railway whistle-stops, the Cajon Summit, historic Los Angeles, the sparkling Pacific Big Sur (From Pacific Coast Highway Road Trips) - Bixby Bridge to Gorda. Get to know the secretive, rocky, raw and unspoiled Big Sur coast like locals do, visiting wild beaches, waterfalls and hot springs - redwood forests, breathtaking views, mystical atmosphere, crashing Pacific waves Sonoma Valley (From San Francisco Bay Area & Wine Country Road Trips) - Cornerstone to Kenwood. Take a slow ride through the sunny, laid-back, food-and-wine filled Sonoma Valley - one historic town square, sundrenched, bucolic hills, bountiful, folksy roadside farms and unassuming, top-notch wineries There's more in Store for You: Ready to hit the road, or inspired to read more? Check out the featured Lonely Planet Road Trips guides for additional itineraries. Each guide features all of a region's best routes, from 2-day escapes to week-long adventures, helping you to get out of the major cities and into picturesque landscapes and unforgettable experiences. Looking for more extensive coverage? Check out Lonely Planet's California's Best Trips or USA's Best Trips. Don't stop there. Check out our FREE SAMPLER '3 of France's Best Trips' and Chateaux of the Loire Valley Road Trips, Normandy & D-Day Beaches Road Trips, and Provence & Southeast France Road Trips for some European road trip inspiration. Authors: Written and researched by Lonely Planet. About Lonely Planet: Since 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world's leading travel media company with guidebooks to every destination, an award-winning website, mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community. Lonely Planet covers must-see spots but also enables curious travellers to get off beaten paths to understand more of the culture of the places in which they find themselves.

Lonely Planet 3 of France's Best Road Trips

Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Discover the freedom of the open road while touring Europe with Lonely Planet's new full-colour Road Trips series. Visit the spots others zip right by: the hidden viewpoint, the local pA?tisserie, the secret beach. To kick-start your perfect European adventure, our FREE SAMPLER '3 of France's Best Road Trips' features three of our all-time favourite French excursions. Excerpted from Normandy & D-Day Beaches Road Trips, Chateaux of the Loire Valley Road Trips, and Provence & Southeast France Road Trips, this is your passport to uniquely encountering France by car. Inside '3 of France's Best Road Trips' (A Sampler): Get inspired - regional highlights, expert recommendations, gorgeous photography Planning advice - illustrated itineraries to help you design your ideal road trip Discover even more - detours, local secrets, walking routes, ways to link trips Get around easily - full-colour maps of featured routes, detailed directions, up-to-date advice, practical tips about local driving rules, parking and toll roads Essential info at your fingertips - hours of operation, phone numbers, websites, prices Covers: The Lavender Route (From Provence & Southeast France Road Trips) - Gordes to Plateau de Valensole. Drift dreamily along Provence's fragrant countryside - quiet back roads, sleepy hilltop villages, fields of glorious purple blooms Route des Grands Crus (From Chateaux of the Loire Valley Road Trips) - Gevrey-Chambertin to Puligny-Montrachet. Wind your way from one historic and legendary vineyard to the next through Burgundy's picture-book Route des Grands Crus - bucolic views, upscale wine chateau experiences, world-renowned wine D-Day's Beaches (From Normandy & D-Day Beaches Road Trips) - Caen to Utah Beach. Step back in time along D-Day's Beaches, where somber history meets breathtaking scenery - stunning bluffs, quiet landing beaches, fascinating war museums, sobering memorials There's more in Store for You: Ready to hit the road, or inspired to read more? Check out the featured Lonely Planet Road Trips guides for additional itineraries. Each guide features all of a region's best routes, from 2-day escapes to week-long adventures, helping you to get out of the major cities and into picturesque landscapes and unforgettable experiences. Looking for more extensive coverage? Lonely Planet France's Best Trips covers road trip itineraries for the whole country. Don't stop there. See more of Europe's picturesque back roads with Italy's Best Trips and Ireland's Best Trips. Also, check out our FREE SAMPLER '3 of the USA's Best Trips' and Pacific Coast Highway Road Trips, San Francisco Bay Area & Wine Country Road Trips, and Route 66 Road Trips for more inspiration. Authors: Written and researched by Lonely Planet About Lonely Planet: Since 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world's leading travel media company with guidebooks to every destination, an award-winning website, mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community. Lonely Planet covers must-see spots but also enables curious travellers to get off beaten paths to understand more of the culture of the places in which they find themselves. Our writers go so we know. We never take freebies so you can trust our recommendations.

1000 Japanese Flash Cards: For Smart Phones and E-Readers

Need some help memorizing Japanese vocabulary? Look no further! 1000 Japanese Flash Cards contains 1000 of the most common Japanese nouns, verbs, adjectives, common expressions, and more!

Nearly every vocabulary word has an example sentence so you can see how it is used. Every vocabulary word and example sentence is written three different ways, using the alphabet, Japanese kana, and Japanese kanji, so no matter you skill level, you can study with these cards!

Target vocabulary words are highlighted to help you identify them in the sentences.

500+ of the most common nouns!

250+ of the most common verbs!

100+ of the most common adjectives!

Start studying Japanese today with these 1000 Japanese Flash Cards for Smart Phones and E-Readers!

Going Bare!

I have always wanted to try naturism and in August 2012 I got my wish as my terrified wife and excited kids joined me as we went to a naturist resort in southern France for a few days.

This book offers a light-hearted look at our first family holiday in five years, when I persuaded them to try naturism for the first time.

The book is short - around an hour of reading - and details everything from when I first decided naturism appealed to me, to my thoughts after the holiday.

25 City Adventures for Families (Lonely Planet)

Lonely Planet's team of family travel experts have explored 25 cities around the globe to find the spots that adults and children alike will love. From mind-blowing museums to picnic-ready parks, our guide is packed with tips and recommendations to help you plan your perfect city trip - plus fun facts and activities to inspire your little ones. Download your free ebook now and start planning your next city adventure. Come explore. Inside 25 City Adventures for Families: Tons of ideas and tips from Lonely Planet's community of family travel writers to inspire you to explore 25 amazing cities around the world 'Did you know?' facts about each city A fun family activity for each city Inspirational, full-colour images Everything you need to whet your family's appetite for your next family adventure! Includes: Amsterdam Bangkok Beijing Boston Cape Town Copenhagen Dubai Florence Ho Chi Minh City Hong Kong Las Vegas London Marrakesh Melbourne New Orleans New York City Paris Quebec City Rome San Francisco Seattle Singapore Tokyo Toronto Washington D.C. About Lonely Planet: Since 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world's leading travel media company with guidebooks to every destination, an award-winning website, mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community. Lonely Planet covers must-see spots but also enables curious travelers to get off beaten paths to understand more of the culture of the places in which they find themselves.

15 Weeks: Thailand Diaries - Volume 1

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If you are seriously thinking about living in Thailand you need to read James King's THAILAND DIARIES starting with 15WEEKS.

Witty, informative, often deliciously 'tongue-in-cheek' and full of typically British humour, is a must read for travellers, would be ex-pats and those who just enjoy humorous light reading.

Between Jun and Sep 2008 James King stayed for fifteen weeks on the tropical island of Phuket where he formed his first impressions of Thailand. He learned a little of what it would be like to live in Thailand permanently and he diarised his activities, observations and some unusual incidents which took place during his 15 week sojourn.

On arrival he had no intention of settling in Thailand permanently but when he gleaned valuable information about the Country and its people he changed his mind.

The Author recognises that many aspects of 15 WEEKS apply equally to women as they do to men even though he writes from a male point of view.

James writes more extensively about Thailand in Volumes 2 and 3.





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Sometimes in Business Class

Here is a perfect book for airplane and armchair travelers; an alternative view of airlines, flying and destinations. Many people fly around the world from meeting to meeting, soaking up wine and the attention of airline stewards and stewardesses, clocking up free mileage, and working out tax breaks or how to sock away their travel allowances. But, as these stories about 1990s travel show, there is much to be learned along the way, from the airline wine tasters' ramblings, to the mystery of brown dogs in Dutch 17th century paintings, to the bus terminals beneath Rome's Augustine Gate, and possibly the real story behind the last tango in Paris.

Ghosts of the Great Ocean Road - Australia (Around The Campfire Book 2)

Explore the Great Ocean Road on the Southern edge of the Australian continent with Author Jan Hawkins.

Learn of 'wreckers' who preyed on the ships bringing convicts, emigrant, goods and chattels to a new world. Even today, looters worry the wrecks of another world. Share in the history of the Anzac's who built the biggest War Monument in the world in what is part of the series 'Around the Campfire' with Jan Hawkins.

Come travel with me.

The Pembrokeshire Premier Guide 2017

If you think that you know Pembrokeshire, think again. This county is alive with incredible historical facts, myths and legends. From prehistoric drowned forests, to Iron Age Forts, and Bronze Age burial chambers, from Viking pillagers to Norman invasions, there are centuries of stories and information to amaze and fascinate visitors and locals alike.

Sections include: Pembrokeshire events 2017, Where to Eat, Cycle & Walking Routes, Maps, Attractions, Days Out and so much more.

Our 2017 edition is designed and produced in Wales. It is always a great pleasure to welcome visitors to Pembrokeshire and we sincerely hope that this guide will help you get the most out of your holiday.

Mark Twain, the Globetrotter: Complete Travel Books, Memoirs & Anecdotes (Illustrated Edition): A Tramp Abroad, The Innocents Abroad, Roughing It, Old ... an Idle Excursion, With Author's Biography

Though best known for his adventure novels and humorous stories, Twain was a passionate world traveler and he recorded his journeys in several travel books which were all very popular at the time:

"The Innocents Abroad" humorously chronicles Twain's "Great Pleasure Excursion" on board the chartered vessel Quaker City through Europe and the Holy Land in 1867.

"Roughing It" follows the travels of young Mark Twain through the Wild West during the years 1861-1867. The book illustrates many of Twain's early adventures, including a visit to Salt Lake City, gold and silver prospecting, real-estate speculation and a journey to the Kingdom of Hawaii.

"Old Times on the Mississippi" is a short account of Twain's experiences as a cub pilot, learning the Mississippi river.

"A Tramp Abroad" details Twain's journey through central and southern Europe with his friend. As the two men make their way through Germany, the Alps, and Italy, they encounter situations made all the more humorous by their reactions to them.

"Life on the Mississippi" is a memoir by Mark Twain of his days as a steamboat pilot on the Mississippi River before the American Civil War, recounting his trip along the Mississippi River from St. Louis to New Orleans after the War.

"Following the Equator" - In an attempt to extricate himself from debt, Twain undertook a tour of the British Empire in 1895, a route chosen to provide numerous opportunities for lectures in English. The book is a social commentary, critical of racism towards Blacks, Asians, and Indigenous groups.

"Some Rambling Notes of an Idle Excursion" presents a series of stories about a trip that Twain and some friends took to Bermuda from New York City.

"Chapters from my Autobiography" comprises a rambling collection of anecdotes and ruminations of Mark Twain, assembled during his life.

Samuel Langhorne Clemens (1835-1910), better known by his pen name Mark Twain, was an American writer, humorist, entrepreneur, publisher, and lecturer.

Lonely Planet Accessible Melbourne (Travel Guide)

Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet Accessible Melbourne is your free passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see, with tips and recommendations for travellers with special needs. Discover Melbourne's best wheelchair-friendly restaurants and shops, get active with accessible sports, enjoy spectacular scenery, food and wine along the Great Ocean Road. No matter what your ability, get to the heart of Melbourne and begin your journey now! The Perfect Choice: Lonely Planet Accessible Melbourne, our special-interest guide to Melbourne for disabled travellers, is perfect for exploring top sights and taking roads less travelled. Looking for more extensive coverage for travellers without special needs? Check out Lonely Planet's Melbourne & Victoria guide and Australia guide for a comprehensive look at all the country and region have to offer, or Discover Australia, a photo-rich guide focused on the country's most popular sights. Inside Lonely Planet's Accessible Melbourne Travel Guide: Colour maps and images throughout Highlights to help you tailor your trip to your personal needs and interests Insider tips and user reviews to save time and money and get around like a local, avoiding crowds and trouble spots Essential info at your fingertips - hours of operation, phone numbers, websites, transit tips, prices Honest reviews for all abilities - eating, sleeping, sight-seeing, going out, shopping, hidden gems, with user reviews and hints for travellers with mobility, hearing and vision impairments Cultural insights give you a richer, more rewarding travel experience - history, art, literature, cinema, television, music, theatre, dance, architecture, sport, fashion, cuisine, coffee culture, wine, politics, landscapes, wildlife Covers Melbourne, Great Ocean Road, Geelong, Bellarine Peninsula, Phillip Island and moreAuthors: Written and researched by Lonely Planet, Anthony Ham, Trent Holden, Kate Morgan and Luke Savage. About Lonely Planet: Since 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world's leading travel media company with guidebooks to every destination, an award-winning website, mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community. Lonely Planet covers must-see spots but also enables curious travellers to get off beaten paths to understand more of the culture of the places in which they find themselves.

Adventure Travel - 16 stories from a world traveller hoping to provide little inspiration for your next travel adventure

When Ian Usher put his "life" up for sale on eBay in 2008, he had no idea where life's adventure was going to take him next.

Asked many times in interviews, "What will you do once you have sold your life?", his usual glib response was, "Anything I like, really!"

But what did he really want to do next? After some frantic list writing, and last-minute planning, a two-year adventure developed - a list of 100 lifetime goals, and a challenging timeline of 100 weeks!

This book details a few of the more adrenaline-fuelled and adventurous activities found along the way. The amazing adventures chronicled here include:-

Bungee jump #1

Tomatina

High-diving

Oktoberfest

Hawk flying

Guns

Jet boat

Horse riding

Dog sledding

Captain Zodiac

Outback 4WD

Ayers Rock/Uluru

Kitesurfing

Cheese rolling

Wall of Death

Running with the bulls at Pamplona

The book also includes photos, and links to videos of many of the adventures too.

Who could fail to be inspired to get out there and experience some of the adventure that the world has to offer?

Angkor Wat Temple: Discover Angkor Wat With over 35 Amazing Pictures

Discover The Amazing Angkor Wat Temple

The jungle floor gives way to your every step, as you plunge deeper into the overgrowth. A path, worn rough by thousands before you, guides you to a place of untold mystique and beauty. Light breaks through a dense thatch of leaves ahead, marking your final destination -- Angkor Wat. The world's largest religious monument stands before you, a temple of unfathomable mystery and history. A sense of reverence and awe embraces the many travelers who come to Cambodia each year. This magnificent temple is the nation's symbol, embellishing their flag, and rallying their age-old devotions to family and culture.

Magical Angkor Wat Temple sits atop a floating island and amazes more than 2 million visitors each year. Interestingly, there are more than 700 temples scattered around Angkor Wat and the nearby mountains and towns, with more than 50 temples in the Angkor Archaeological Park alone.

This book contains 37 pictures of Angkor Wat Temple, and is to serve as an introductory guide to this magnificent temple. The book will give you an excellent idea of what to expect when visiting this world-renowned temple.

Note, this book is not a full guidebook to all the temples in the Angkor Archaeological Park, but only highlights Angkor Wat Temple

Tokyo Budget

The only downside to Tokyo is the cost. Consistently the world's most expensive city, if you are not careful, Tokyo can bankrupt you overnight!

This guide has been written by a former resident of Tokyo who spent four months exploring as much as possible (and occasionally working). I've visited all the must see spots, eaten too much sushi, shopped on Harajuku street, and spent many Sundays people watching in the park! I decided not to climb mount Fuji but instead rode the world's tallest roller coaster (that offers great views of Fuji-san)! And I wrote this guide to point you in the right direction - where to stay, what to visit and how to have a great holiday without breaking the bank!

The trick to conquering Tokyo lies in organization! Google Maps is amazing and will get you from station to station (it even tells you what platform and the time of the train)! If you don't have a smart phone invest in a good map and a notebook - write down places and stations you want to go and show this to station attendants. Attendants might not speak English but they can read English and will put you on the correct train! Bring walking shoes and walk the distances between short train stops. Each train journey is at least 190Yen ($2) and this soon adds up. Walking in Tokyo is enjoyable, and you will see much more of the city! Finally keep an eye on the time. The last trains run around midnight and after that you will need to wait until 5am - pull an all-nighter or prepare for a long walk back to your hotel - taxis are super expensive and will easily set you back $40-$80 for a short ride!

Electric Angels and Pink Bikies: An Expatriate Life

Moving away from home, leaving the nest, could be the beginning of a voyage that ends in a faraway country we would not have even considered when we set out--until we got there and discovered its secrets, its culture, its undiscovered paradises. Half a lifetime ago, the author ended his voyage of discovery in the Philippines, a country with one foot in the world of fairies and spirits, and where every event has an unusual twist, whether wedding or funeral, kidnapping or vasectomy, getting a driver's license or getting a haircut. There are fascinating destinations far from the beaten track and a vibrant music scene that is everywhere present, even in the operating theater. Typhoons and earthquakes add a different kind of excitement. These events and experiences, sometimes comic or tragic, always compelling, are described herein.

Seeing the Universe From Here: Field Notes from My Smithsonian Travels

As the Smithsonian Institution's twelfth Secretary, Dr. G. Wayne Clough traveled extensively to connect with researchers and gain a better understanding of the scope of the Institution's work. While the Smithsonian is comprised of nineteen museums and galleries, a National Zoological Park, and nine research facilities, it also has a research presence in more than one hundred countries.

During his six years as secretary, Dr. Clough kept a detailed journal of his experiences and discoveries while on his travels, ranging from anthropology in Antarctica to pre-Columbian history in Peru from astrophysics in the Andes and the mountains of Hawaii to coral reef ecosystems off the coast of Belize, and from climate change in Wyoming to preserving endangered species in Kenya and Panama. Seeing the Universe From Here offers a firsthand perspective of the Smithsonian's global relevance in these progressive fields.

The Travels of Marco Polo - Volume 1

The amount of appropriate material, and of acquaintance with the mediaeval geography of some parts of Asia, which was acquired during the compilation of a work of kindred character for the Hakluyt Society, [1] could hardly fail to suggest as a fresh labour in the same field the preparation of a new English edition of Marco Polo. Indeed one kindly critic (in the Examiner) laid it upon the writer as a duty to undertake that task

Fifty Great Things to Come Out of the Midlands

Celebrate the heart of Britain in this fun and informative mini-ebook.

Rugby, Walkers Crisps, Conkers. These are just a handful of the many great things to have come out of the Midlands. In this celebratory list, journalist and loyal Midlander Robert Shore counts down fifty of the best gifts the Midlands has given the world.

Knowledge no Midlander - nay, Brit! - should be without.

From the author of Bang in the Middle.

Havana Tips and Tricks: Interesting Facts and Tips On Havana And Cuba (With Trinidad Bonus Section)

UPDATED 2016 EDITION - With Bonus Trinidad City Guide

This sample guide includes dozens of interesting facts, tips and tricks to help you understand Cuban culture and daily life. The information presented in this guide was taken from the book Real Havana: Explore Cuba Like A Local And Save Money. This book is available at most online book retailers. It offers a complete description of all the information presented below.

In this mini-guide you will learn about:

? Dozens of facts and tips on Cuban Culture and daily life.

? Money saving tips on Cuban cuisine and dining.

? Common restaurant scams in Havana.

? Facts about buying alcohol, cigars and shopping in general.

? Important tips on using taxis, public transportation and rental cars.

? Info on biking in Havana

? Booking a cheap apartment in Havana (casa particular)

Plus, this updated 2016 edition includes a special Trinidad City Guide.

Trinidad is one of the most beautiful towns in Cuba and one of the most popular excursion destinations for travelers. Learn how to explore this wonderful UNESCO World Heritage site for yourself, on your next trip to Cuba.

BONUS: As a bonus, this mini-guide also includes the Top Ten Cuba Tip List! It's packed with the most important information that any traveler must know about Cuba and Havana, in order to maximize their fun, save money and avoid any hassles.

The Real Havana guide has all that information and much more. It has been described by industry professionals as being the #1 travel guide for information about Cuban culture. That's why it is a bestseller and has been a trusted resource to over 200 000 travelers since 2010.

About Full Compass Guides

Full Compass Guides are aimed at travelers who want to understand local customs and culture so that they can experience destinations like a local. Unlike regular tourist guides, Full Compass guides are not a list of attractions popular with tourists, and boring restaurant and hotel reviews that are obsolete the moment they are published. With our guides, you get succinct, useful information about the culture, people and geography of your destination so you have the tools and the confidence to explore on your own, experience everything that your destination has to offer, and save money.

Our guides are written by experienced travelers who have intimate knowledge of both the location and the culture of the destination. They give you the exact information you need in order to make the most of your travel time.

With a Full Compass guide, you will be a knowledgeable explorer, rather than just another flash-happy tourist.

You Wanna Go Where? . . . On A What???: Personal Recollections Fond and Otherwise Of a 4,200 Mile Coming Of Age Odyssey

What happens when you mix three teens fresh out of high school, three broken down motor scooters, and four thousand two hundred miles? Oh, and add this: It's 1963. There is nothing even similar to a smart phone, a GPS, or for that matter, the internet. From a 2016 vantage point, it's ancient history.

What happened makes for an engaging, often humorous and always astonishing true-life tale told from my own perspective as one of those three restless, reckless teenagers. Drawn not only from memory but also from a (to me) priceless journal which I kept faithfully through every surprising day of the twenty-three-day adventure. Naturally, the dialogue in this story is necessarily approximated as my journal, as detailed as it was, recorded only snippets of quotable speech. I can assure you, whatever was actually said during these exploits could not be far from what I've put down in this narrative. I firmly believe that in many instances my memory did, in fact, more or less precisely preserve verbatim exchanges, especially where high emotion was a factor -- and high emotion was a factor more often than not!

Because time has separated me from my cronies to such an extent that I have been unable to track either of them down to acquire their blessing, I have chosen to leave last names out of the book, with the exception of my own. Events portrayed are true to the best of my ability to recount them, though I have exercised a small degree of dramatic license when memory and/or written journal entry failed to provide specifics.

Our extended road trip was not a small thing to me then, and even now, looking back as a seventy-year-old man, it has only gained in import. It was perhaps the single most daring thing I have ever done, and it changed me forever. It is my fervent hope that I have managed to capture some of the magic of our "little" jaunt from Salt Lake City, Utah to Canada and back, in such a way that the reader comes away from it with a smile, as I do every time I think back on it.

50 things to do in Kolkata (50 Things (Discover India) Book 9)

Kolkata (or Calcutta, as the British used to call it) has long been known as the cultural (and intellectual) capital of the country, producing gems in the fields of poetry, writing, as well as various Nobel laureates.

The former capital of British India retains some fascinating architecture from the colonial era, with some striking contrast provided in the form of urban poor as well as the modern air-conditioned spaces like the malls and the skyscrapers. No matter which route you take to explore it, the city of Kolkata will definitely give you an unforgettable experience in the form of the 'friendliest' metropolis of India.

The melting pot of culture, cuisine, literature and heritage, Kolkata awaits you with many exciting activities. So here are a list of '50 things to do' on your next visit to the capital of the Indian state of West Bengal, Calcutta.

Do check other books on,

Mumbai, Delhi, Shimla, Chandigarh, Gangtok, Darjeeling, Goa, Jaipur and many other cities in India.

A Taste of Italy: a novella

Carly Simpson is in desperate need of a romantic interlude, but her plans for a hot European getaway in Florence, Italy turn cold quickly when her own inhibitions leave her ill-equipped for the Tuscan town's passionate temperament. Greeted by a grumpy hotel clerk, a sea of love-struck couples, and one too many pawing lotharios, she nearly gives up all hopes of ever finding romance, let alone love. But just when she resigns herself to a life of loveless melancholy, and Florence has practically broken her spirit, she discovers that love is actually a lot closer to home than she ever imagined. And that Italy is meant to be savored.

Campervan Capers 2: The Ongoing Adventures of a Campervanning Couple

Campervan Capers Blog entries released in a handy eBook format.

Campervan Capers 2

The Ongoing Adventures of a Campervanning Couple

With a first year of adventures under their belt

The campervanning couple embark on

Another year of mini capers

In this sequel to Campervan Capers, the author continues to blend travel tale with humour and practicality as she and her partner explore more sights (and sites) after the maiden year in their camper.

Campervan Capers 2 is an adaptation of the author's Campervan Capers Blog entries written in 2011, released here as a handy, free eBook.

(Travels are within Britain: Cornwall, Devon and the Isle of Wight.)

BONUS!

Get 30+ Top Tips for the Aspiring & Newbie Campervanner - a free downloadable 'cheat sheet' based on the tips in the Campervan Capers book & blog - when you join the author's Reader's Group (link inside the book).

FAUX REVIEWS by PSEUDO-CELEBRITIES

Here are just a few of the author's infamous 'faux reviews' of the spurious kind which appear in the original Campervan Capers book...

I go out in my camper to study insects. It's amazing how many different species you can collect on your windscreen as you drive full pelt along the motorway.

David Atinburrer

I used to have an RV back in the great US of A. But then I came to this tiny little island called Britain and read Campervan Capers. My God! I was transformed - and bought one of those quaint little English campers instead. Downsizing sure has made me happy!

Tom Crews

Actor, Mission Improbable

I heartily encourage a campervanning lifestyle! Getting out onto the open road, it's amazing just how much road-kill you can pick up... And, with a gas hob on board, I can fry up what I find on the spot.

Huw Fern-Leigh-Wit-In-Stall

See you for some four-wheeled adventures on the inside!

Overlanding: How, What, Where & Who With...?

A comprehensive guide to overland travel.

The authors, Andy and Kirsty have over twenty years' experience between them in the overlanding industry. They have worked for many of the big names in over one hundred countries on five continents. Now retired from overlanding, they have dedicated their time to sharing their knowledge and expertise with other travellers. They have written two books about overlanding and group travel - Go Hard or Go Home: The Little Book of Overlanding and It's NOT a Holiday! The A-Z Guide to Group Travel.

Overlanding: How, What, Where & Who With...? does what it says on the tin. It answers all your questions about commercial overlanding - What is overlanding? What is overlanding like? Should I go on an overland trip? Where should I go overlanding? Which overland company should I go with?

It is a comprehensive guide to what overlanding is all about and how to choose the best overland company and/or trip to suit you.

Why I Love New Orleans: A Collection of Blogs

New York Times Bestselling Author, Heather Graham has had a long standing love for New Orleans, Louisiana. She has used the city as a setting for many of her novels and there are many reasons why. On her blog in 2013 she spent 30 days sharing what she loved about New Orleans. From favorite restaurants, to museums she loves to her most loved ghost stories, she shared what made New Orleans one of her favorite cities in the United States. Now she has compiled these blogs into this ebook that she wants to share with those who are going to New Orleans, those who have dreamed of the city and want to learn more, and those who might want to debate her choices. Why I Love New Orleans is a love story, it's the story of Heather's love for this magical city.

The Mystery Of Edwin Drood (Everyman's Library Classics)

DIFFERENT OFFER (please see description & pictures by BookGems before placing an order): Edition Andre Deutsch Ltd., First impression, 1980. With complete text from Charles Dickens concluded by Leon Garfield. Introduced by Edward Blishen and illustrated by Antony Maitland. The new and unread book appears to be well preserved: dust cover intact; dark brown cloth hard cover bright with gilt letterings on spine; text all clean, neat and tight. Prompt dispatch from UK.

A Taste of NICE, FRANCE

WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW:

-Why sultry, sexy voices announce the tram stops.

-How the Statue of Liberty almost stayed in France.

-Why the library headquarters looks like a head.

-If an eccentric Riviera lady really had a wedding for her dog.

-Why Greek themed mosaics adorn the hilltop.

-And maybe most importantly... Where to get good chocolate.

I feel very privileged to live in Nice and to be able to explore its beauty and quirkiness on a daily basis. This short book is just a sample of some of the art, architecture, and tasty treats awaiting you in and around this French Riviera city.

The Insider’s Guide to the Best of Mexico: 42 experts tell you where to sun, swim, eat, stay, and celebrate the real Mexico

The Insider's Guide to the Best of Mexico is a unique collection of insider stories that you won't find anywhere else. It's your passport to a country full of color, culture, and contrasts.

Forty-two writers, artists, educators, travelers, business owners and others share their experiences inside today's Mexico. Most of those who contributed stories are expatriates who have found opportunity and inspiration in Mexico. From hidden beaches to one-of-a-kind art to historic gems, The Insider's Guide to the Best of Mexico offers both recommendations and revelations.

These stories are neither formal guidebook, social commentary, nor a substitute for unbiased news. They are an effort to share a landscape and lifestyle that have found a place in the hearts of so many.

Whether you are contemplating your next vacation, retirement, work-related move to Mexico, or are simply an armchair traveler, we hope you enjoy these insider stories.

Contributors: Carmen Amato, Ellie Balderrama, Tony Burton, Ellie Cusack, Anne Damon. Joel R. Dennstedt, Kathryn Ferguson, Aileen Friedman, D. Grant Fitter, Kelly Hayes-Raitt , Karen Z. Hendin, Michael Hogan, David & Veronica James, Susan Penelope James, Jim Johnston, William B. Kaliher, Cynthia Katz, Jeanine Kitchel, Michael Landfair, Lindy Laing, Lawrie Lock, Lynda L. Lock, Mely Martinez, Dean & Shari Miller, Mikel Miller, Katie O'Grady, Guillermo Paxton, Kim Peto, Jennifer Silva Redmond, Robert Richter, Susannah Rigg, Fabiola Rodriguez, Dianne Hofner Saphiere, John Scherber, Kristine Scherber, Jinx Schwartz, David Steelman, Sara Sutter, Leigh Ann Thelmadatter, Joseph Toone, Sam Warren, and Kerry Watson.

2018 Shanghai China Dating Guide: The Official Guide for Getting Chinese Girls, Dating, and Nightlife in Shanghai

Traveling or moving to Shanghai? This guide WILL teach you how to meet the best local women in Shanghai!

Date top notch girls!

Get insider tips for meeting Chinese girls!

Get quality tips for dating Chinese girls!

Discover Shanghai's hidden nightlife!

And much, much MORE!

Lonely Planet Kids Start an adventure with Lonely Planet Kids: Discover our growing range of childrens books

Lonely Planet Kids excites and educates children about the amazing world around them, inspiring them to be curious and discover more about our planet. In The Travel Book, they can take a journey through every country in the world, then hit the streets with The Cities Book to explore 86 of its greatest cities. Both hardbacks are packed with beautiful illustrations and photographs, as well as amazing facts and quirky humour. Kids can follow themed walking routes through London, Paris and New York in our City Trails series, discovering history, food, culture, famous buildings and lots more. Take a peek inside for sample spreads from each title.

The Way of an Eagle

Found, Lost, Paved and Sunk: Paradise

Where is paradise on earth? Somewhere far from the maddening crowds, the cold, the politics, work. Found, Lost, Paved and Sunk: Paradise traces the history of paradise seekers from Raleigh to Heyerdahl and describes present day tropical paradises and adventurers and their fate. Discover the location of paradise from the point of view of animals and plants; learn about the mechanics of living in paradise, the fate of paradises under colonialism and climate change; and what it all really means.

The book begins with a whirlwind tour of paradises found, both fictional and nonfictional; and provides some surprisingly candid accounts of paradises found, through the eyes of early navigators like Bligh, Cook La Perouse. The environmental and biological factors that make the ultimate paradise are considered; and lost and paved paradises are described from the viewpoints of administrators, adventurers, artists, authors, explorers, hermits, missionaries and native populations. An account of the effects of climate change and sea level rise leads to a discussion of the inevitability of paradises sunk in the not so distant future.

The book is punctuated with tongue-in-cheek tips for paradise seekers and is extensively referenced with about 200 sources, from exploits of early explorers and travelers to the writings of prominent philosophers.

Faces & Places Volume 1: Best Images From A Bucket List

This collection of 30 hand-selected, original photographs contains some of the favorite pictures from the archives of one of America's most prolific and widely published travel journalists of the last 30 years. Steve Cohen is an award-winning photographer, travel writer and author of dozens of books and travel guides. His work has appeared in virtually every major North American newspaper and travel magazine in print and online, as well as many publications overseas. He's reported from and photographed all of the United States and more than 75 countries. This book contains photos he loves. They cover no single topic, nor destination. They're from all over the place. It's part of a series of short photo eBooks meant take you on a personal journey of possibilities. The specifics are up to you. There's so much to see. It's out there waiting for you to discover. All you need do is look to see your own dreams.

Egyptian temples

This book contains the most important 10 temples in Egypt history, It also contains many pictures of each temple of those temples.

Egyptian temples were built for the official worship of the gods and in commemoration of the pharaohs in ancient Egypt and regions under Egyptian control. Temples were seen as houses for the gods or kings to whom they were dedicated. Within them, the Egyptians performed a variety of rituals, the central functions of Egyptian religion: giving offerings to the gods, reenacting their mythological interactions through festivals, and warding off the forces of chaos. These rituals were seen as necessary for the gods to continue to uphold maat, the divine order of the universe. Housing and caring for the gods were the obligations of pharaohs, who therefore dedicated prodigious resources to temple construction and maintenance. Out of necessity, pharaohs delegated most of their ritual duties to a host of priests, but most of the populace was excluded from direct participation in ceremonies and forbidden to enter a temple's most sacred areas. Nevertheless, a temple was an important religious site for all classes of Egyptians, who went there to pray, give offerings, and seek oracular guidance from the god dwelling within.

Dublin on a Budget

Dublin is the fourth UNESCO City of Literature, so you need only take a brief stroll around to pay homage to some of its great literary (and musical) heroes in the form of statues, plaques, memorials, place names and even bridges. It is also crammed full of captivating museums, dynamic exhibitions and prestigious art galleries. There is so much to explore at Phoenix Park, it's hard to know where to start! The River Liffey is flanked by an interesting network of bridges, each with their own story to tell. Dublin Bikes offer the best value budget transport in the city. For the best budget deals, be it markets, pubs or meals, ask the locals!

These are just some of the highlights from authors Kerry Lee and Oisin Joyce in Dublin on a Budget. Take it on the go (no wifi needed) in your Kindle application.

Vacation Guru: Become a Savvy Traveler While Saving Thousands of Dollars

A simple guide that will become your "travel bible". Tips I have used to save me thousands of dollars on flights, hotel bookings and car rentals. In addition, learn how to create a simple outline of your trip to make sure you never forget to do anything before you leave! Learn about "popular" scams all around the world and how to avoid them.

This book will cost you only $0.99, but will save you AT LEAST $500 on your next 10-day vacation GUARANTEED!

Khaki Pants - A Vacation Story

***SHORT STORY***TRUE STORY

Ever have one of those vacations where you thought it couldn't possibly get any worse, and then it did? Told with wit & humor, Khaki Pants - A Vacation Story makes you thankful for all those vacations where only a little bit went wrong! With everything from car troubles to bedbugs, snakes to blizzards, and soooo much more, you can't help but laugh along with the Stralyn family as they do their best to survive a real life National Lampoon Vacation!

This is a reprint of the original story that started author Chris Stralyn on the path to success & includes a Bonus Excerpt from her top rated thriller This Time You Lose.

The Gambia Diaries - June 2016

The Gambia Diaries - short essays on life in The Gambia, West Africa, from the perspective of British ex-pat Mark Williams, international bestselling author writing beneath (mostly) picture-postcard blue skies in his personal paradise.

The Expat's Pajamas: Barcelona

A memoir from the author of "No Roads Lead to Rome" and "Aqueduct to Nowhere."

A wise person observed that visiting a new place for a day makes you an expert but the longer you stay, the less you seem to know. As you integrate into new surroundings, the exotic eventually becomes familiar and what was once quirky becomes the new normal, though you may never quite fit in.

From 2000 to 2005, I lived with my family in Sant Cugat, a Catalan village on the outskirts of Barcelona, Spain. These were interesting and formative years to live, work, and learn abroad.

On a global scale, the hope of the new millennium and the promise of peace didn't last. The new century barely arrived before the world was convulsed with terror that soon turned to war. According to the daily headlines, the planet had become dangerous place.

As we went about our daily lives, we found people were drawing closer, not pulling apart. Traveling extensively through Europe and North Africa, we never felt unsafe or unwelcome.

In putting together this brief collection, I chose to leave world's upheavals and politics aside in order focus on a few odd milestones, minor upsets, and gentle bumps along the road one travels from tourist to resident.

Most of these articles were written and published while avoiding work on my novel, "No Roads Lead to Rome." The first novel and sequel, "Aqueduct to Nowhere," take place in Spain in 123 A.D., a time not unlike the present.

The Gambia Diaries - July 2016

The Gambia Diaries - short essays on life in The Gambia, West Africa, from the perspective of British ex-pat Mark Williams, international bestselling author writing beneath (mostly) picture-postcard blue skies in his personal paradise.

Best of Berkeley (Visit Berkeley)

This list was challenging for the Bravo Your City editors to curate, but we hope it gives newcomers to Berkeley a solid introduction to some of our favorite spots . We left out the usual suspects, like Chez Panisse, Saul's, Cheese Board, and Peet's to give newer businesses some sunlight.

The order of the stories are random and more about design and style. There was a photo show at Highwire Coffee Roasters in West Berkeley in August 2017, where a corresponding grid of photos for this curated list hung on the wall. This "Best of Berkeley" Microguide was curated just for the Highwire Coffee Roasters photo show, but we thought visitors to Berkeley would enjoy perusing our list.

Lonely Planet Travel With Children Sampler

How Far Will You Go?

Priorities change, new routines are adopted - but here at Lonely Planet we don't believe imaginative holidays have to end when kids arrive. So welcome toour first supplement specifically aimed at those who want to introduce the delights of world exploration to their children.

The guide draws on our new Travel with Children book - 224 pages of inspiration and advice, whether you're looking for simple new ideas in familiardestinations or to embark on an adventure your family will never forget. You'll find a world of ideas within these pages - enjoy!

Authors: Sophie Caupeil, Jean-Bernard Carillet, Sandrine Galotta, Jonathan Tartour and Marie Thureau

Celebrate Rio: Sport, sand and samba: a guide to the Cidade Maravilhosa (Lonely Planet)

Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Whether you're travelling to Rio de Janeiro this summer to witness the Games, have a trip in the pipeline or are just plain curious, download our FREE guide to get a sample of everything the Cidade Maravilhosa has to offer. From rainforest hikes and beachfront bike rides to quintessentially Brazilian capoeira and beach soccer, this city is made for sports lovers. Get a feel for the neighborhoods and venues hosting the 2016 Games - plus essential Rio sights and activities. Inside 'Celebrate Rio': Get inspired - neighborhood highlights, expert recommendations, gorgeous photography Planning advice - transport and budget advice, plus info for travellers with accessibility needs Discover even more - local customs, quintessential flavors and toe-tapping rhythms of Rio Experience Rio like a local - up-to-date advice at a neighborhood level Essential info at your fingertips - handy phrases, health and safety info and top sights Covers: Top Things to do in Rio

World-class beaches, lush rainforests and the iconic Cristo Redentor. Neighborhoods of the 2016 Games Venues

Barra da Tijuca & Western Rio; Copacabana & Leme; Deodoro and Zona Norte (MaracanA?). Food and drink

Explore the flavours of Rio and create your own Brazilian dishes with our easy-to-follow recipes. Music, festivals and events

Must-see spectacles and a Spotify soundtrack of essential tunes. Exploring outdoors

Beautiful beaches, panoramic views, action sports and unmissable parks. Family travel in Rio

Cable-car rides, bike rides and boat trips - not to mention lots of tasty treats! LGBT Rio

Everything you need to know about the gay capital of Latin America. Accessible Rio

Tips and resources for travellers with accessibility requirements in Rio. Health and Safety

What you need to know to stay safe and well in Rio. Essential phrases

Key words and phrases to help you connect with locals in their language. There's More in Store for You: Ready to start planning your trip? Check out Lonely Planet Brazil, for a comprehensive look at the whole country,Lonely Planet Rio de Janeiro for a detailed look at all of the city's neighborhoods, or Lonely Planet Make My Day Rio de Janeiro, a unique guide that allows you to effortlessly plan your perfect day by flipping through the sections to mix and match your itinerary for morning, afternoon and evening. Authors: Written and researched by Lonely Planet. About Lonely Planet: Started in 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world's leading travel guide publisher with guidebooks to every destination on the planet, gift and lifestyle books and stationery, as well as an award-winning website, magazines, a suite of mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community. Lonely Planet's mission is to enable curious travellers to experience the world and to truly get to the heart of the places they find themselves in.

Just Another Travelogue

An engaged English couple with a long road ahead of them. Will they survive the test that they have set themselves?

The Citroën and the Pomegranate: A Short Story about Synchronicity

Truth is stranger than fiction. A pomegranate. A Citroen. A Croatian island. What did they have in common? After traveling to six countries over three months, Matthew was shocked when the answer was handed to him.

(2,525 words)

Grampians: Gariwerd (Travel Australia)

100+ Nature Photographs.Travel guide from first hand experience.

Share the journey with fiction and non-fiction author Ryn Shell and Reg, and their dog, as they show and tell of their favorite places to visit and hike in the Grampians/Gariwerd region of Australia.

From the personal travel experience of Ryn Shell, author of the The Stolen Years series.

Ryn Shell tours Australia with husband, the dog, and a caravan, writing Australian travel articles and fiction. She has personal experience of all the places she recommends to fellow travellers.

Gariwerd/Grampians is ideal for both the young family wishing to tour Australia in a caravan, on a budget, and the gray with an a for active, gray nomad, senior, touring Australia in retirement on a limited income.

This eBook is for those who love nature but don't want to wreck their caravan in bad conditions while experiencing it. We keep you safely on or close to main roads.

Happy Travels.Bonus Short Story: Gold by Ryn Shell.

Atherton (Travel Australia)

Australian Travel Series by Gray Nomad is a short read, illustrated diary that builds on each episode.

This episode focuses on life as one of Australia's gray nomads, touring the central Atherton Tableland in Far North Queensland, Australia.

Included in this eBook is a short story length excerpt: SS Admella 1, from the novel To Kill for a Ghost by Ryn Shell.

OCEAN TREASURES: A Day At Arroyo Burro Beach

Are you ready for some fun at the beach and a change of routine? Mother Nature is always playing seashore games of hide and seek when it comes to finding her most elusive gems from the deep. Let's go on a nature treasure hunt in this fast moving essay to Arroyo Burro Beach. Enjoy your visit and return back as often as you wish!

Mammoth Lakes: How To Have A Week Of Fun In The High Sierras

Springtime is a wonderful period of the year to head up into the High Sierra mountains in California. There is a short, transitional period of relative peace and quiet when snow skiers are wrapping up their hectic wintertime activities right before the summer season begins to gear up with mountain bikers, hikers, fishermen, and multitudes of families converging upon the area for their summer vacations. Come along with Pierre as he shows you how to have a week of fun during the month of May in the mountain getaway community of Mammoth Lakes. It is a spectacularly beautiful region and there is much to do and behold for outdoor enthusiasts. However, it will also serve admirably those who desire simply to relax and find sweet repose for their souls in the grandeur of granite spires that reach up and touch the heavens. Here's to your enjoyment and well-being!

Distance in our blood

Byron

Travels in England in 1782

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History of Julius Caesar

Metaphysical Elements of Ethics

Tour through Eastern Counties of England, 1722

This book (hardcover) is part of the TREDITION CLASSICS. It contains classical literature works from over two thousand years. Most of these titles have been out of print and off the bookstore shelves for decades. The book series is intended to preserve the cultural legacy and to promote the timeless works of classical literature. Readers of a TREDITION CLASSICS book support the mission to save many of the amazing works of world literature from oblivion. With this series, tredition intends to make thousands of international literature classics available in printed format again - worldwide.

Barry's Frenglish Folies

The Amazing Rivers and Lakes of the World: The Most Amazing Places for Traveling

The Amazing Rivers and Lakes of the World

The Most Amazing Places for Traveling

This unique photo book contains the best photos of wild and urbane amazing lakes and rivers for hikers. It will be very useful for those people who like hiking and cycling through the beautiful places of our planet.

Content:

Photo Book of Beautiful and Amazing Natural Landscapes: Lakes

Photo Book of Beautiful and Amazing Natural Landscapes: Rivers

The most famous lakes in the world

Whatever you think, this list of 50 stunningly beautiful lakes will undoubtedly add to you knowledge and expand your horizons right now! This list contains the names and photographs of the world's most famous lakes, but, nevertheless, they may not be familiar to you.

Admirers of ecotourism and just nature lovers will be interested in traveling through the most amazing lakes in the world. Excursions around the lakes are not as popular as in the oceans, seas and rivers. Although they also have a long history. In this list are presented the most amazing lakes, which simply need to visit a true connoisseur of nature........