Sorrento & Pompeii Travel Guide : Attractions, Eating, Drinking, Shopping & Pla

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The lovely holiday town of Sorrento has beautiful architecture and a scenic main square with quaint cafes, restaurants and shops. On the Circumvesuviana rail line it can be easily reached from Naples. It is also an ideal base for visiting Pompeii, Herculaneum and the island of Capri. On August 24, 79 AD, the city of Pompeii located near Naples was destroyed by a massive volcanic eruption of Mount Vesuvius. 16,000 people were killed. Lava and ash blanketed the city but preserved its buildings which can be seen by visitors today. Pompeii offers a unique glimpse into the past and is like nowhere else on earth.

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The Travels of the Lincot Man

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When I first stepped out of the warmth and safety of my mother’s kitchen on the stormy south coast of Ireland, there were no such fancy tags as ‘The Ultimate Hitchhiker’ or ‘Extreme Backpacker’. I left home with just a few pounds in my pocket, my passport and a naivete that makes me shiver when I think about it now. Like a blank slate I was ready to be written on. There are many personal stories here, including tales from the Highlands, the long and lonely roads through Europe, hitchhiking trips to the Greek Islands, and dangerous times in the Middle East and North Africa. There are accounts of two overland trips from Ireland to Australia; the first via the east thru Afghanistan, India and Southeast Asia; the second via the Americas and the Pacific Islands. The book begins with the travels of the Lincot Man in outback Australia with flashbacks to early life in Ireland. There are tales of rough travel through the islands of Indonesia and the Philippines – travelling with the locals, on trains, terrible buses, and cockroach infested boats – to places ‘where no human hand ever set foot!’ There are several different aspects and colours to this book and I hope you will travel with me to the end. I promise you more laughs than tears. Get out the atlas or follow me via the internet.”

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Zurich & Geneva Travel Guide : Attractions, Eating, Drinking, Shopping & Places

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Zurich is Switzerland’s largest city and international financial center and has a quaint old town center combined with a delightful riverside. Located on the shore of Lake Zurich it offers a stunning view of the Alps only a short train ride away. Located on Lake Geneva with Mont Blanc hovering in the background, Geneva is an idyllic Swiss village at heart. It is the second-largest city in Switzerland and one of the most important world centers of diplomacy, being home to the United Nations (UN) and the Red Cross. Geneva is an exciting, historical, and scenic city to visit.”

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Disneyland Travel Guide: Sightseeing, Hotel, Restaurant & Shopping Highlights by

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Disneyland in Anaheim, California is where the Disney magic all began. This wonderland for children and their family is a result of the determined vision of Walt Disney who built the site to attract everyone from age 1 to 101. Disney envisaged a place where the whole family could experience the vacation of a lifetime and his dream is now a reality. Introduction to Disneyland – Overview – Culture – Orientation/Location – Climate and When to Visit – Sightseeing Highlights – Main Street USA – Fantasyland – TomorrowLand – New Orleans Square – Adventureland – Critter Company – Mickey’s Toontown – Frontierland – Outdoor Entertainment – Downtown Entertainment – Disney Street Entertainment – Attractions Close to Disneyland – SeaWorld (San Diego) – Universal Studios – Aquarium of the Pacific (Long Beach) – Recommendations for the Budget Traveler – Places to Stay – Places to Eat and Drink – Places to Shop – House of Blues Store (Downtown Disney District) – Apricot Lane Boutique (Downtown District) – D Street (Downtown Disney District) – Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique (Downtown Disney Marketplace and Cinderella Castle) – Ridemakerz (Downtown Disney district)

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Barcelona Travel Guide 2015: Shops, Restaurants, Attractions, Entertainment & Ni

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The places found in this book are the most positively reviewed and recommended by locals and travelers. 2,000 places organized in four groups and ranked by category. “TOP 500 SHOPS” (101 Store Categories), “TOP 500 RESTAURANTS” (90 Cuisine Types), “TOP 500 ATTRACTIONS” Landmarks, Historical Buildings, Parks, Churches, Botanic Gardens, Cultural Centers, Cinemas, Performing Arts, Art Schools. “TOP 500 NIGHTLIFE” Lounges, Bars, Pubs, Gay Bars, Hookah Bars, Latin Bars, Sports Bars, Karaoke, Comedy Clubs, Nightclubs, Jazz & Blues, Adult Entertainment and many more options to visit, relax and enjoy your stay.

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Monaco & Nice Travel Guide – Attractions, Eating, Drinking, Shopping & Places to

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Tourists have long enjoyed the sunshine and the French “joie de vivre” in Nice, the elegant city on the French Riviera. The city is the second-most visited tourist destination in France with four million arrivals a year. Its Mediterranean beaches stretch for miles along the famous “Promenade des Anglais.” Close to Nice and the French Riviera, the small, exclusive country of Monaco offers a touch of elegance and a taste of the high life. Monte Carlo features elegant resorts, a world-famous casino and just about everything the rich and famous look for. Monte Carlo is also known for its annual events including the Tennis Masters Series, Formula 1 Grand Prix and the Monte Carlo Rally.

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Melbourne & Tasmania Travel Guide : Attractions, Eating, Drinking, Shopping & P

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Melbourne is Australia’s second largest city and capital of the state of Victoria. The city has numerous galleries, parks, museums and theatres along with enjoyable beaches, cafes and shopping streets. Many people use the city as a base from which to explore the surrounding areas of the Great Ocean Road and the Grampians National Park. Tasmania is the smallest and only island state in Australia. Nearly half of Tasmania’s archipelago of 334 islands are protected. The national parks and UNESCO World Heritage sites make Tasmania a popular destination for tourists.

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2c-La: A 2016-17 Travel Guide for Los Angeles by R Pasinski

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The 2016-17, 2C-LA Los Angeles Travel Guide A travel guide for all travelers wanting 2C-LA. Welcome to: The 2016-17, 2C-LA Travel Guide for Los Angeles (City of Angels); a travel guide that includes: Los Angeles, Hollywood, Santa Monica, Long Beach, Culver City, and Manhattan Beach, California. It’s the ideal travel guide for the solo traveler, couples, and families. It’s a Carfree & Carefree, Eco-Friendly, money saving travel guide for visiting the Los Angeles area and using its unique public transportation system. This travel guide can be a very handy guide, for both the Low and High Tech traveler. The Los Angeles area is one of America’s greatest places to visit, with its excellent public transportation system. This Eco-Friendly travel guide utilizes that network from the time you leave the airport to your return. You’ll move through the city like a local, not to mention the money you’ll save on rental cars, gas, and parking thus avoiding the hassle of parking, and traffic congestion; congestion is what L.A.’s noted for, and the one thing a wise traveler avoids. Best of all: your carbon footprint will be lessened. Visit us at:

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Traveling Music: The Soundtrack to My Life and Times by Neil Peart

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Neil Peart decided to drive from LA to Big Bend National Park in Texas. As he sped along, he acted as his own DJ, lining up the CDs chronologically and according to his possible moods. ‘Not only did the music I listened to accompany my journey, but it also took me on sidetrips, through memory and fractals of associations, threads reaching back through my whole life in ways I had forgotten, or had never suspected…The songs and the stories I had taken for granted suddenly had a resonance that had clearly echoed down the corridors of my entire life.’

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Wild East: the New Mongolia: Travels in the New Mongolia by Jill Lawless

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For most of us, the name Mongolia conjures up exotic images of wild horsemen, endless grasslands, and nomads — a timeless and mysterious land that is also, in many ways, one that time forgot. Under Genghis Khan, the Mongols’ empire stretched across Asia and into the heart of Europe. But over the centuries Mongolia disappeared from the world’s consciousness, overshadowed and dominated by its huge neighbours — first China, which ruled Mongolia for centuries, then Russia, which transformed the feudal nation into the world’s second communist state. Jill Lawless arrived in Mongolia in the late 1990s to find a country waking from centuries of isolation, at once rediscovering its heritage as a nomadic and Buddhist society and simultaneously discovering the western world. The result is a land of fascinating, bewildering contrasts: a vast country where nomadic herders graze their sheep and yaks on the steppe, it also has one of the world’s highest literacy levels and a burgeoning high-tech scene. While trendy teenagers rollerblade amid the Soviet apartment blocks of Ulaanbaatar and dance to the latest pop music in nightclubs, and the rich drive Mercedes and surf the Internet, more than half the population still lives in felt tents, scratching out a living in one of the world’s harshest landscapes. Mongolia, it can be argued, is the archetypal 21st-century nation, a country waking from a tumultuous 20th century in which it was wrenched from feudalism to communism to capitalism, searching for its place in the new millennium. This is a funny and revealing portrait of a beautiful, troubled country whose fate holds lessons for all of us.

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The Doctors – The Archive: An unofficial guide to 50 years of time travel Trinit

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Title: The Doctors – The Archive: An unofficial guide to 50 years of time travel
Author: Trinity Mirror Media

Publisher:Mirrorfootball Pages:Unknown Binding:Paperback ISBN:1907324321

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Northern Lights: A Practical Travel Guide (Bradt Travel Guide)

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Northern Lights: A Practical Travel Guide (Bradt Travel Guide)

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Series: Bradt Travel Guide
Paperback: 48 pages
Publisher: Bradt Travel Guides; 2nd edition edition (November 7, 2015)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1784770299
ISBN-13: 978-1784770297
Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 0.1 x 8.4 inches
Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces

Editorial Reviews Review Northern Lights is a handy practical guide. (The Daily Telegraph)

Bradt has published the first-ever Northern Lights travel guide, which answers those how, what, where and when questions posed by travellers in search of the dazzling atmospheric phenomenon. (TNT Magazine)

Northern Lights gives some good advice on the best countries and destinations from which to view the aurora borealis and there are good tips on what you should wear. (Sky at Night) About the Author Polly Evans is an award-winning journalist and writer. She is the author of Bradt&39;s Yukon, as well as five narrative travel books, including Mad Dogs and an Englishwoman, in which she tells of learning to drive sled dogs in northern Canada. When not on the road, Polly works as a teacher at Wellington College in England.

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