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Prague Travel Guide

by Michael Brein

Michael Brein's Prague Travel Guide helps you get to the city's top 50 points of interest easily and cheaply using Prague's excellent Metro and tram system. From the Charles Bridge to Prague Castle, with this...


The Pacific Northwest Garden Tour: The 60 Best Gardens to Visit in Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia

by Donald Olson

The Pacific Northwest is full of glorious public gardens, but where are they and what are they? This delightfully written guide takes you to the best gardens to visit in Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia....


Every Stamp Tells a Story: The National Philatelic Collection

by Cheryl Ganz, M. T. Sheahan & Richard R. John

Every stamp and piece of mail tells a story. In fact, each often tells multiple stories, ranging from concept to art design to production to usage, often with tales of politics, history, technology, biography,...


Florence to Rome

by Enrico Massetti

This is an e-guide to a 10 days trip in the land of the Etruscan, from Florence to Rome through Fiesole, Arezzo, Orvieto, Viterbo, Veii and Citta di Castello. It is ideal for use on your smart phone, it contains...


Mojave Desert Trails

by Florine Lawlor, Leslie Payne & Andy Zdon

Deep within the Mojave Desert, along sandy washes, at the edge of mountain passes and lost bajadas, are some of the most interesting historic and geological sites in California. Ecologically and environmentally...


Lighthouses of the Mid-Atlantic Coast

by Elinor DeWire & Paul Eric Johnson

Interest in the history and preservation of lighthouses has never been stronger. Lighthouses of the Mid-Atlantic Coast details the history of lighthouses and much more, and shows why these structures continue...


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...


Venice: The Anthology Guide

by Milton Grundy

This is the ebook version, specially revised and completely updated in 2013, of Venice: The Anthology Guide, Milton Grundy’s perennially fresh classic travel guide to the city. It is based on the sixth edition,...


Where Are They Buried?: How Did They Die?  Fitting Ends and Final Resting Places of the Famous, Infamous, and Noteworthy (Revised & Updated)

by Tod Benoit

The perennially best-selling guide to the lives, deaths, and final resting places of our most enduring cultural icons, now revised and completely updated to include 25 entries of the newly dead.

Where Are They...


Oddball Michigan: A Guide to 450 Really Strange Places

by Jerome Pohlen

There’s more to Michigan than beautiful forests, shuttered factories, and miles and miles of stunning shoreline. Armed with this offbeat travel guide, you’ll soon discover the strange underbelly of the Great...


Newcity's Best of Chicago 2012: The ultimate insider's guide to more than 500 things to do, facts to know and places to go

by The Editors of Newcity

Best of Chicago is the definitive guide to America's third-largest city, created each year, for nineteen years running, by Chicago's only locally owned and operated alternative weekly, Newcity.

Unlike other city...


Virginia is for Mysteries

by Sisters in Crime

Yes, Virginia may be for lovers, but to fourteen authors from the Old Dominion, Virginia is for Mysteries too. Their anthology of seventeen short stories set in and around the state. Each story features a Virginia...


Weekends in Chicago: The Best in Arts, Entertainment, Eating, Drinking and More from the Chicago Tribune

by Chicago Tribune Staff

Nearly 40 million people visit Chicago every year, but how many of them make a visit to Navy Pier and "The Bean" and call it quits? How many local residents and tourists from out of town scramble to make a compact...


The Chicago Tribune Guide to Chicago: Restaurants, Bars, Theaters, Museums, Festivals, Sports and More

by Chicago Tribune Staff

The Chicago Tribune Guide to Chicago is a quick and easy travel guide for the Chicago area, with recommendations from knowledgeable insiders at the Chicago Tribune. Featuring the extensive expertise of the city's...


Pisa discovered by Diego Casali. Moving from the Leaning Tower

by Diego Casali

Moving from the Leaning Tower. It is not the title of a thriller but the concept of Pisa, discovered by Diego Casali, the guidebook of the best known tuscan city in the world. The Leaning Tower, which attracts...


Museum: Behind the Scenes at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

by Danny Danziger

An ?intriguing? oral portrait of the people behind the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Entertainment Weekly)

Using more than fifty interviews, award-winning writer Danny Danziger creates a fascinating mosaic of...


Harry's Bar: The Life and Times of the Legendary Venice Landmark

by Arrigo Cipriani

A meeting place for writers, artists, models, and the stars of stage, screen, and corporate boardrooms, a luxurious restaurant whose fabulous concoctions and timeless decor have often been imitated but never...


Very Washington DC: A Celebration of the History and Culture of America's Capital City

by Diana Hollingsworth Gessler

A travel guide with character, this fact-filled keepsake offers all the history, beauty, charm, and culture of our nation's capital city. In eye-catching watercolors and detailed sketches, artist Diana Gessler...


History along the Way: Stories beyond the Texas Roadside Markers

by Dan K. Utley & Cynthia J. Beeman

Texans love stories, and the 15,000 roadside markers along the state’s highways and byways testify to the abundance of tales to tell. History along the Way recounts the narratives behind and beyond more than...


Calling on the Composer

by Julie Anne Sadie

Across Europe, more than three hundred houses and museums commemorate the composers who lived and worked in them. In Calling on the Composer, two distinguished musicologists guide the musically curious traveler...