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Southern Belly: A Food Lover's Companion

by JohnT. Edge

John T. Edge, "the Faulkner of Southern food" (the Miami Herald), reveals a South hidden in plain sight, where restaurants boast family pedigrees and serve supremely local specialties found nowhere else. From...


Breakfast in Bridgetown "Second Serving"

by Paul Gerald, Nick Zukin & Brett Burmeister

"Breakfast in Bridgetown" is the definitive guide to Portland's favorite meal. And now it's available in digital format, complete with clickable links for an interactive experience. The "second serving," written...


Errant Journeys: Adventure Travel in a Modern Age

by David Zurick, Keith Otterson & Tim Krasnansky

Tourism is becoming one of the world's most important economic activities. There is hardly a place on earth, no matter how inaccessible, that has not been visited by some traveler seeking adventure, enlightenment,...


Frigid Women

by Victoria Riches, Sue Riches & Dawn French

"Men like to conquer, fight, or subdue the Arctic, while we had a different attitude. We felt that we had to go along with what we were faced with. . . . We tried to have the Arctic on our side instead of confronting...


Hidden Treasures: What Museums Can't or Won't Show You

by Harriet Baskas

While there are more than 15,000 museums in our country, visitors get to see only about five percent of any institution’s collections.  Most museums simply don’t have room to display everything they’ve...


Lonely Planet New Zealand

by Lonely Planet, Charles Rawlings-Way & Brett Atkinson

Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher

Lonely Planet New Zealand is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Experience...


Words of Mercury: Tales from a Lifetime of Travel

by Patrick Leigh Fermor, Artemis Cooper & Rolf Potts

A career-spanning anthology from the greatest traveler—and travel writer—of the twentieth century.

The adventures of Patrick “Paddy” Leigh Fermor, Britain’s most beloved traveler, began in 1933, when...


The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World 2015

by Bob Sehlinger & Len Testa

If you purchase The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World in ebook format, receive free monthly updates via your device so you'll be in the know about important changes, making your vacation planning better...


Yorkshire's Historic Pubs

by Peter Thomas

Peter Thomas's introduction to the county's pubs opens with a brief chapter about the history of brewing and pubs, and a short history of pub signs in Yorkshire. Most of the book is dedicated to a round-up of...


Shipwrecks of Madagascar

by Pierre Van Den Boogaerde

"Shipwrecks of Madagascar recounts the stories of about a hundred notable shipwrecks off the coast of Madagascar from ancient to modern times and the fate and adventures of survivors. It covers ships of the...


The Caiad

by Carroll J. Savage

"The Caiad" is structured around a decade-long around-the-world voyage in a sailboat undertaken in his fifties by a novice sailor who brings his family with him and learns along the way about boats, sailing...


The Seed Buried Deep (the Expedition Trilogy, Book 2)

by Jason Lewis

When adventurer Jason Lewis regained consciousness beside a busy Colorado highway, lower limbs shattered by a hit-and-run driver, he knew he was lucky to be alive. But would he ever walk again, let alone finish...


Snow on the Equator

by H.W. Tilman & Jim Perrin

‘To those who went to the War straight from school and survived it, the problem of what to do afterwards was particularly difficult.’ For H.W. Tilman, the solution lay in Africa – gold prospecting, mountaineering...


Following the Black Prince on the Road to Poitiers, 1355-1356: A Handbook and Guide for Tourists

by Peter Hoskins

In this guide, available in ePub format for handheld devices only, Peter Hoskins takes the tourist along the routes of the Black Prince's expedition to France in 1355 and 1356. He draws on his on-the-ground...


Roadside Baseball: The Locations of America's Baseball Landmarks

by Chris Epting & Joe Buck

Capturing such quintessentially American pastimes as baseball and road trips in one fascinating work, this updated and expanded guide chronicles more than 500 important events in baseball history with detailed...


On the Road with Texas Highways: A Tribute to True Texas

by J. Griffis Smith, E. Dan Klepper & Charles J. Lohrmann

n a short line of Texas Highways distinguished photo editors, J. Griffis Smith has been described by a fellow photographer as a "galactic force," reveling in taking pictures of everything Texas wherever the...


On the Road with Texas Highways: A Tribute to True Texas

by J. Griffis Smith, E. Dan Klepper & Charles J. Lohrmann

n a short line of Texas Highways distinguished photo editors, J. Griffis Smith has been described by a fellow photographer as a "galactic force," reveling in taking pictures of everything Texas wherever the...


The Eclogues

by Virgil

This Virgil's book contains ten pieces, each called an eclogue, populated by and large with herdsmen imagined conversing and singing in largely rural settings, whether suffering or embracing revolutionary change...


The Eclogues

by Virgil

This Virgil's book contains ten pieces, each called an eclogue, populated by and large with herdsmen imagined conversing and singing in largely rural settings, whether suffering or embracing revolutionary change...


Antarctic Tears: Determination, Adversity, and the Pursuit of a Dream at the Bottom of the World

by Aaron Linsdau

He had a plan. It was to do something no other American had ever accomplished. Aaron Linsdau wanted to become the first to ski from the coast of Antarctica to the South Pole and back without aid or support....