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  • The Swiss Alpsby Krista Dana

    Hunter Publishing 2013; US$ 4.99

    This guide rounds up hotels for each destination that have both a prime location and reasonable standards of comfort, narrowing coverage to those hostelries offering particularly memorable stays. Our hotel picks are categorized by price range - but you should be aware that seasonal fluctuations can be great, particularly in the resort areas. While... more...

  • Southern Switzerlandby Kimberly Rinker

    Hunter Publishing 2013; US$ 9.99

    Verbier, Zermatt, Saas-Fee, Lugano, Locarno, Ascona - these are some of the attractions here. This region contains the two southernmost cantons of Valais and Ticino. Though connected, both are vastly different in terms of geography, language and culture. Valais is home to some of Switzerland's best ski resorts, including the village of Zermatt,... more...

  • Copenhagen & the Best of Denmark Aliveby Norman Renouf

    Hunter Publishing 2013; US$ 9.99

    The Kingdom of Denmark has a long and fascinating history, and Copenhagen is one of Europe's most charming capitals. This guidebook takes readers on an intimate and well-researched tour through its historic streets. Visit palaces, cathedrals and museums, as well as bustling waterfronts and quiet parks and gardens. The author's favorite restaurants,... more...

  • Salzburg, Innsbruck & the Austrian Alpsby Krista Dana

    Hunter Publishing 2013; US$ 7.99

    The Republic of Austria spans some 83,853 square km in south-central Europe. The entire western third of the nation lies in the Alps, and much of its central and southern territories are Alpine as well - some 75% of the country is mountainous. The nation boasts a greater percentage of forested land than any other European nation - about 39% of its... more...

  • Travel Adventures - Scandinaviaby Henrik Berezin

    Hunter Publishing 2013; US$ 8.99

    The author is a native of Sweden and knows the region intimately. Discover Scandinavia's pristine wilderness with suggestions on the best places to ski, hike, cycle, canoe and dogsled. In Sweden, half the country is forested and there are thousands of lakes. The spectacular fjords of Norway are long, deep and surrounded by mountains. Some 25% of... more...

  • Travel Adventures - Swedenby Henrik Berezin

    Hunter Publishing 2012; US$ 3.99

    The author is a native of Sweden and knows the region intimately. Discover Scandinavia's pristine wilderness with suggestions on the best places to ski, hike, cycle, canoe and dogsled. In Sweden, half the country is forested and there are thousands of lakes. Northern Sweden has abundant moose, roe deer and reindeer. The author guides you through... more...

  • Travel Adventures - Norwayby Henrik Berezin

    Hunter Publishing 2013; US$ 7.99

    On an international scale, Oslo is a pretty small capital but, with just over 500,000 people, it's Norway's biggest city by far. More than 10% of the country's total population lives here; if we count people in the entire Oslofjord area in the summertime, it amounts to one third of the population in Norway. What makes Oslo unique is its... more...

  • Innsbruck, Austriaby Krista Dana

    Hunter Publishing 2012; US$ 7.99

    Austria's Tyrol draws travelers year-round for its picturesque villages and its warm hospitality. The region squeezes between Germany and Italy, stretching the length of the Inn Valley along a wide river. At the region's center is the lively university city of Innsbruck. All around Innsbruck, within an hour's drive, valleys jut off into... more...

  • The Worlds Best London Websitesby EZWebguides

    EZWebGuides.com Ltd 2002; US$ 4.29

    EZWebGuides London contains the worlds best London related websites all reviewed, rated and categorised into descriptive chapters to help you find what you're looking for quickly and easily. Chapters include Accommodation, Business, Eating & Drinking, Education & Universities, For Kids, Internet Café's, Just Outside London, Leisure & Entertainment,... more...

  • A Season in Dornochby Lorne Rubenstein; Sean Connery

    Simon & Schuster 2002; US$ 15.99

    The town of Dornoch, Scotland, lies at nearly the same latitude as Juneau, Alaska. A bit too far removed for the taste of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews, the Royal Dornoch Golf Club has never hosted a British Open, but that has hardly diminished its mystique or its renown. In an influential piece for The New Yorker in 1964, Herbert... more...