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Pacific Crest Trail Data Book: Mileages, Landmarks, Facilities, Resupply Data, and Essential Trail Information for the Entire Pacif

by Benedict Go

The essential, cut-to-the-chase handbook to the Pacific Crest Trail, based on the comprehensive Wilderness Press guidebooks to the PCT, has been updated for 2005. Packed with trail-tested features, it’s useful...


Pacific Crest Trail: Northern California

by Jeffrey P. Schaffer

From the time the PCT leaves the Mexican border, until it reaches Canada, it has traveled 2,650 miles through 24 national forests, 37 wilderness areas, and 7 national parks. In Pacific Crest Trail: Northern...


Best Summit Hikes in Colorado: An Opinionated Guide to 50+ Ascents of Classic and Little-Known Peaks from 8,144 to 14,433 feet

by James Dziezynski

Colorado has 53 14ers, more than 600 13ers, and hundreds of other peaks that can be reached without special equipment or expertise. Numerous guides dryly catalog these trails, but Best Summit Hikes in Colorado...


Peter Capstick's Africa

by Peter Hathaway Capstick & Peter H. Capstick

For the readers of hunting literature, the name of Peter Capstick is becoming synonymous with excitement, danger, and high adventure. Such highly successful titles as Death in the Long Grass, Death in the Silent...


Hidden Gardens of Paris

by Susan Cahill & Marion Ranoux

For the seasoned Parisian traveller or the novice looking to get off the beaten track Cahill provides a roadmap to parts of the city most visitors will never see

In a city that is the destination of millions...


The Unheard

by Josh Swiller

A young man's quest to reconcile his deafness in an unforgiving world leads to a remarkable sojourn in a remote African village that pulsates with beauty and violence

 

These are hearing aids. They take the...


Hungry for Paris: The Ultimate Guide to the City's 102 Best Restaurants

by Alexander Lobrano

This new and updated version (published in September 2010) of Hungry for Paris, the most authoritative and charming guide to eating well in the French capital, includes reviews of all of the really fabulous...


Running Away to Home

by Jennifer Wilson

A middle class, Midwestern family in search of meaning uproot themselves and move to their ancestral village in Croatia

“We can look at this in two ways,” Jim wrote, always the pragmatist. “We can panic...


Tears of Mermaids

by Stephen G. Bloom

A round, luminescent pearl is the simplest and most perfect gem. Columbus sought—and found—this precious jewel coveted by his Spanish sovereigns, sparking popularity throughout Europe. Fashion icons Jacqueline...


India Calling

by Anand Giridharadas

Reversing his parents' immigrant path, a young American-born writer returns to India and discovers an old country making itself new

Anand Giridharadas sensed something was afoot as his plane from America prepared...


My Nigeria

by Peter Cunliffe-Jones

His nineteenth-century cousin, paddled ashore by slaves, twisted the arms of tribal chiefs to sign away their territorial rights in the oil-rich Niger Delta. Sixty years later, his grandfather helped craft Nigeria's...


Red, White, and Brew

by Brian Yaeger

Red, White, and Brew is the ultimate beer run across the United States, during which Brian Yaeger visits fourteen breweries of various sizes and talks to founders, owners, brewmasters, consumers, and anyone...


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....