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Dances with Luigi

by Paul E. Paolicelli

In this spirited memoir, veteran TV journalist Paul Paolicelli does what many of us can only dream of--he picks up and moves to a foreign country in an attempt to trace his ancestral roots. With the help of...


MICHELIN Guide San Francisco 2013: Restaurants & Hotels

by Michelin

MICHELIN Guide San Francisco 2013 helps both locals and travelers find great places to eat and stay, with obsessively-researched recommendations to more than 500 hundred restaurants and 75 hotels. This guide,...


MICHELIN Guide New York City 2013

by Michelin

MICHELIN Guide New York City 2013 helps both locals and travelers find great places to eat and stay, with obsessively-researched recommendations to more than 800 restaurants and 60+ hotels. This guide, updated...


Where the Nile Flows

by Douglas Boyle

A doctor's journey in Africa in the footseps of the explorers Captain Richard Burton and John Hanning Speke as they searched for the source of the Nile in 1857.The author re-tells their story as he travels by...


Exploring Texas History: Weekend Adventures

by Elaine L. Galit & Vikk Simmons

Combining fascinating stories of Texas history with travel adventures around the state, this book suggests where to go and what to see throughout the state by following the trails of historical characters and...


Antipode

by Heather E. Heying

By definition, "antipode" is a point on the earth diametrically opposite from another. As a field biologist specializing in reptiles and amphibians, Heather Heying has been to some of the most remote places...


Phantom Gourmet Guide to Boston's Best Restaurants 2008

by The Phantom Gourmet

The Phantom Serves up the Best of Boston and Beyond

 

Do you eat food? Then follow these simple instructions for finding great meals everywhere from the North End to the North Shore, including standout restaurants...


Far Flung and Well Fed

by R. W. Apple, Jr., R. W. Apple & Corby Kummer

Celebrated journalist R. W. (“Johnny”) Apple was a veteran political reporter, a New York Times bureau chief and an incisive and prolific writer. But the role he was most passionate about was food anthropologist....


When Things Get Dark

by Matthew Davis

At 23, Matt Davis moved to a remote Mongolian town to teach English.What he found when he arrived was a town—and a country—undergoing wholesale change from a traditional, countryside existence to a more...


Where the Road Ends

by Binka Le Breton

The colorful story of one couple’s journey across the world to build their dream home in the heart of the Amazon

In 1989, as their mid-life crises approached, concert pianist Binka Le Breton and her husband...


Cooking with Giovanni Caboto: Regional Italian Cuisine

by The Caboto Club of Windsor

With 200 recipes from Italy's 20 regions, Cooking with Giovanni Caboto will help you master the art of Italian cuisine.


Uncle John's Bathroom Reader Plunges into Ohio

by Bathroom Readers' Institute

We’ve assembled a crackpot team of Ohio investigators to comb the countryside, explore the cities, and uncover the history, trivia, and fun facts that make the Buckeye State such a unique and special place....


Reshaping Our National Parks and Their Guardians: The Legacy of George B. Hartzog Jr.

by Kathy Mengak & Robert M. Utley

This biography of the seventh director of the National Park Service brings to life one of the most colorful, powerful, and politically astute people to hold this position.


Passage to Wonderland: Rephotographing Joseph Stimson's Views of the Cody Road to Yellowstone National Park, 1903 and 2008

by Michael A. Amundson

In 1903 the Cody Road opened, leading travelers from Cody, Wyoming, to Yellowstone National Park. Cheyenne photographer J. E. Stimson traveled the route during its first week in existence, documenting the road...


An American Provence

by Thomas P. Huber

"I have talked about luscious wines and succulent fruit and exquisite dinners. But there may be no more evocative experience of the two valleys than the smell of new-mown hay in the fields at dusk. If a person...


The Eastern San Juan Mountains: Their Ecology, Geology, and Human History

by George Bracksieck & Rob Blair

A companion to The Western San Juan Mountains (originally published in 1996), The Eastern San Juan Mountains details the physical environment, biological communities, human history, and points of interest in...


In the Footsteps of Lewis and Clark

by Wallace G. Lewis

Although it was 1806 when Lewis and Clark returned to St. Louis after their journey across the country, it was not until 1905 that they were celebrated as national heroes. In the Footsteps of Lewis and Clark...


Hiking Circuits in Rocky Mountain National Park

by Jack P. Hailman & Elizabeth D. Hailman

Hiking Circuits in Rocky Mountain National Park is the first guide dedicated entirely to the loop trails of Rocky Mountain National Park, trails that return hikers to their starting point without the necessity...


The Explorer's Guide to Death Valley, Second Edition

by Betty Tucker-Bryan & T. Scott Bryan

Originally published in 1995, soon after Death Valley National Park became the fifty-third park in the U.S. park system, The Explorer's Guide to Death Valley National Park was the first complete guidebook available...


Adventures In Eating

by Helen R. Haines & Clare A. Sammells

Anthropologists training to do fieldwork in far-off, unfamiliar places prepare for significant challenges with regard to language, customs, and other cultural differences. However, like other travelers to unknown...