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Hotels, Inns, etc.

  • Rules for Modern Lifeby Sir David Tang

    Penguin Books Ltd 2016; US$ 18.32

    Do gentlemen wear shorts? What are the rules regarding interior decor in a high-security prison? Is it ever acceptable to send Valentine's cards to one's pets? The twenty-first century is an age of innumerable social conundrums. Around every corner lies a potential faux pas waiting to happen. But if you've ever struggled for the right response... more...

  • London By Tubeby Christopher Winn

    Ebury Publishing 2016; US$ 14.09

    Did you know that.. From Stonebridge Park on the Bakerloo Line you can walk to the largest Hindu temple in Europe? From Ealing Broadway on the Central Line you can walk to the oldest film studios in the world? From Stratford on the Central Line you can walk to, and abseil down, Britain's tallest sculpture? London is a city of surprises... more...

  • Charming Small Hotels Italyby Fiona Duncan; Nicky Swallow

    Duncan Petersen Publishing Ltd 2013; US$ 24.95

    Travel guides are perfect for ebook readers because they're light and portable. Charming Small Hotel Guides are the only accommodation guides that combine these five essential qualities: places with character and charm, from budget to luxury; highly selective - every place worth a journey; fussy about size - smaller places with a personal welcome are... more...

  • The Traveller's Daybookby Fergus Fleming

    Atlantic Books 2012; US$ 9.99

    The Traveller's Daybook invites you to cross ocean, desert, mountain and ice-cap in the company of the world's greatest explorers, wanderers and writers... Fergus Fleming's day-by-day anthology of travel writing ranges widely across time as well as place: from Christopher Columbus's 'discovery' of the West Indies in 1492 to Anton Chekhov's... more...

  • Britannia in Briefby Leslie Banker; William Mullins

    Random House Publishing Group 2009; US$ 16.00

    When it comes to Britain, most Americans don?t know (Union) Jack. Fortunately, now an Anglo-American husband-and-wife team are here to help with a smart, funny, and handy guide that minds the gap between fact and fiction. From Whigs and Windsors to wankers and Wales, this spit-spot-on reference covers all manner of British history, society, culture,... more...

  • There is Room at the Innby Candy B. Harrington

    Demos Medical Publishing 2006; US$ 21.95

    Many wheelers and slow walkers interested in travel assume that inns and bed and breakfasts will be inconvenient, inaccessible, or unaccommodating. Candy Harrington debunks this myth in There is Room at the Inn: Inns and B&Bs for Wheelers and Slow Walkers . She shows that inns and B&B's can actually be more accessible than many hotels, and than inn... more...

  • Travel Detective Flight Crew Confidentialby Peter Greenberg

    Random House Publishing Group 2002; US$ 15.95

    The author of the New York Times bestseller The Travel Detective brings you insider travel secrets only pilots and flight attendants know. Pilots are notoriously frugal, and flight attendants are underpaid and on a budget. They may hit one city four to six times a month, but they are there for only twenty-four hours (or even less) each time,... more...

  • St. Martin & St. Barts Alive!by Harriet Greenberg; Douglas Greenberg

    Hunter Publishing 1999; US$ 15.00

    Half-French, half-Dutch St.Martin offers the best of both worlds, with big casinos and great shopping on the Dutch side and superb restaurants and secluded beaches on the French side. If you want to spend a night on the town, head for Philipsburg. If you want to get naked and sunbathe, hop over to the French side of the island and enjoy their 'clothing-optional'... more...

  • Romantic Weekends in Virginia, Maryland & Washington, DCby Norman Renouf; Kathy Renouf

    Hunter Publishing 1999; US$ 9.95

    A guide to getaways in the tri-state region, including the Baltimore-Washington corridor. Well researched and laid out in easy-to-use sections that profile one trip each, this book covers Virginia's Blue Ridge, the Tidewater, the Shenandoah Valley, Chincoteague, Charlottesville, Central Virginia and the Eastern Shore. Maryland's favorite spots on the... more...

  • Romantic Weekendsby Louann Murray

    Hunter Publishing 1997; US$ 15.00

    Romantic Weekends Southern California provides the inspiration you need to celebrate that special person in your life. Designed for couples of all ages and lifestyles, this book offers romantic ideas to suit all budgets, too. And it's not just a listing of restaurants with candlelit tables. more...

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