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Gaeta, Italy: The Ultimate Travel Destination

by Nicola Tarallo & Keana Texeira

Gaeta is a small, sleepy fishing village on the western coast of Italy. It is a hidden treasure for anyone who is enamored with anything Italian. In this guide book you will learn the history of the village...


Fear and Faith in Paradise: Exploring Conflict and Religion in the Middle East

by Phil Karber

From life along the Tigris River in the 1970s to the ongoing Arab Spring uprisings, Phil Karber has witnessed decades of change throughout the Middle East. Fear and Faith in Paradise draws on his wealth of experience...


Peaceful Places: Washington, D.C.: 120 Tranquil Sites in the Nation's Capital and Beyond

by Judy Colbert & Denis Collins

Native Washingtonians Judy Colbert and Denis Collins have grown up and lived amid some of the most exciting sightseeing in the country--in their own grand urban backyard. They share this knowledge in Peaceful...


Edinburgh Days, or Doing What I Want to Do

by Sam Pickering

A traveloque of meanderings of feet and mind through the streets of the Scottish capital


Pagan Holiday: On the Trail of Ancient Roman Tourists

by Tony Perrottet

The ancient Romans were responsible for many remarkable achievements—Roman numerals, straight roads—but one of their lesser-known contributions was the creation of the tourist industry. The first people...


All Roads Lead to Austen: A Year-Long Journey with Jane

by Amy Smith

"An illuminating insight...fascinating."-Amanda Grange, bestselling author of Mr. Darcy's Diary

"A journey through both a physical landscape and the geography of the human heart and mind...delightfully entertaining...


Insight Guides: Indonesia

by APA Publications Limited

Insight Guide Indonesia is an essential guide to one of the world's last tourism frontiers, a far-flung archipelago of rainforests, volcanoes, vivid festivals and teeming cities, all brought to life through...


Head Over Heel: Seduced by Southern Italy

by Chris Harrison

A whitewashed fishing village, a shapely signorina and an infatuated young man - head over heels on the heel of the boot. This is Chris Harrison's hilarious and captivating story of leaving his previous life...


Enduring Patagonia

by Gregory Crouch

Patagonia is a strange and terrifying place, a vast tract of land shared by Argentina and Chile where the violent weather spawned over the southern Pacific charges through the Andes with gale-force winds, roaring...


Bella Tuscany

by Frances Mayes

A CLASSIC FROM THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF UNDER MAGNOLIA

Frances Mayes, whose enchanting #1 New York Times bestseller Under the Tuscan Sun made the world fall in love with Tuscany, invites us back...


A Lizard in My Luggage: Mayfair to Mallorca in One Easy Move

by Anna Nicholas

Anna had never liked the idea of Mallorca, thinking it was for the disco and beerswilling fraternity. That was until her sister hired an au pair from a rural part of the island who said it was the most beautiful...


Dawdling by the Danube: With Journeys in Bavaria and Poland

by Edward Enfield

An exceptional journey through Germany via bicycle I had thought for some time that there must be something funny about Germany because, except for hard-drinking types at the Munich beer festival, I had never...


A Chateau of One's Own: Restoration Misadventures In France

by Sam Juneau

Sam and Bud were ordinary first-time home buyers in their early thirties. Their intention, in moving to France, was to create a simple life in a place where they could spend time with their children. The home...


The Barrios of Manta

by Rhoda Brooks & Earle Brooks

In February 1962, Earle and Rhoda Brooks, a young sales engineer and his schoolteacher wife, left home and friends in Illinois to serve as members of the Peace Corps in Manta, Ecuador. This book is an account...


Getting Around Tokyo Pocket Atlas and Transportation Guide: Includes Yokohama, Kamakura, Yokota, Yokosuka, Hakone and MT Fuji

by Boye Lafayette Lafayette De De Mente

Tokyo and Yokohama are incredibly difficult cities to navigate due to the lack of street names, main thoroughfares and addresses that don't correspond to anything! Tokyo Pocket Atlas and Transportation Guide...


A Geek in Japan: Discovering the Land of Manga, Anime, Zen, and the Tea Ceremony

by Hector Garcia

For every fan of manga, anime, J-pop, or Zen, A Geek in Japan is a hip, smart and concise guide to the land that is their source. Comprehensive and well informed, it covers a wide array of topics in short articles...


Making Out in Italian

by Nicoletta Nencioli Nencioli Aiken

Making Out in Italian is a fun, accessible and thorough Italian phrase book and guide to the Italian language as it's really spoken.

This friendly and easy-to-use Italian phrasebook makes this possible. Making...


Japanese Etiquette Today: A Guide to Business & Social Customs

by James M. M. Vardaman & Michiko Sasaki Sasaki Vardaman

Japan today "looks" more and more Western, principles governing social and business relations become harder to see. Most foreigners know that Japanese etiquette differs from that of other countries, but few...


Japan from A to Z: Mysteries of Everyday Life Explained

by James M. M. Vardaman & Michiko Sasaki Sasaki Vardaman

Why do cash machines in Japan stop dispensing cash at 7 P.M.? Are geisha high-class prostitutes? Why are some Japanese gangsters missing their pinkies? What's up with those ¥10,000 melons for sale in supermarkets...


Shackleton's Dream: Fuchs, Hillary and the Crossing of Antarctica

by Stephen Haddelsey

In 1914 Sir Ernest Shackleton embarked on what he called 'The last great polar journey' - the crossing of Antarctica. His expedition ended in disaster, with the Endurance crushed and the frozen corpses of three...