Free travel Kindle books for 13 Aug 14

Ten Must-See Sights: Zurich

â??Ten Must-See Sights: Zurich’ does exactly what it says on the tin, giving you the background and history on the city’s top ten â??must-see’ attractions, plus essential information on opening times and location.

We don’t fill endless pages with hard-to-read maps and difficult-to-download photos; there are ten chapters of text, one on each attraction, all written by our team of experienced travel writers.



Top Ten Sights: Carcassonne

â??Top Ten Sights: Carcassonne’ is the ultimate guide to a fascinating city, giving you the background and history on the top ten attractions. We focus on the essentials; there are ten chapters of text, one on each attraction, all written by our team of experienced travel writers.

With so many different monuments, historical sights, restaurants, shops bars and nightlife to see, make sure that you experience the best of everything Carcassonne has to offer, and don’t miss a thing – â??Top Ten Sights: Carcassonne’ is the only guide you need!



The Ebola Pandemic: Prepping for an Ebola Outbreak- Everything you need to know about the Ebola virus and prepping tips for a SHTF scenario

by Blake Shaw

Recently, news reports haven’t come to a close without the mention of the Ebola virus. This virus has created a storm and one that is by no means easy to tame. Months ago, the Ebola virus was Africa’s problem and not something that the rest of the world was actively worrying about. Of course, there were health professionals in Africa offering assistance where possible and rightfully so. But as viruses are programmed to do, they spread to those within reach and infected medical staff proving that even the most careful and informed aren’t immune.

The Ebola virus hasn’t only made headlines, it has broken records and now, we’re looking at the situation in West Africa as one that has the largest ever recorded Ebola outbreak. It’s not only worrying, it’s traumatizing and with the World Health Organization stating that there has been in excess of 700 deaths and in excess of 1300 cases, there truly is a cause for concern.

The transportation of infected Americans to the United States has also sent alarm bells ringing. Of course, proper measures are being carried out to ensure that the general population is as safe as it can be. However, with an approximated 87,000 airplanes roaming the skies of the United States on a daily basis, there’s no telling what’s coming in the country unnoticed.

In this ebook, we will look at not only the statistics associated with the Ebola, but also what exactly the Ebola virus is, what it does and how to stay on the safe side. Additionally, we’ll cover how the virus spreads, the fatality rate and the steps that need to be taken in order to be adequately prepared for an outbreak. We’re a nation of survivalists, we’re all preppers at heart and what this means, is that if Ebola becomes a bigger deal than it already is, we want to be able to stay out of its way.

Our homes need to be stocked with the right things and our families need to be protected and the purpose of this ebook is to outline the threats and to assist in combatting them. If the time comes when trips to the grocery store are more of a hazard than staying at home hungry, you won’t want to fall into either of the categories. Instead, you’ll want to have all you need to live in the comfort of your own home, eat, sleep and stay healthy.



Travel the World Without Breaking the Bank- Budget Travel: Traveling on a Budget

by Josie Grey

Traveling the world is something most of us only dream about. We buy big National Geographic books and marvel over the ruins of Rome, the jungles in South America, and the icy deserts of Antarctica. After a particularly long day at work, we type in “Paris, France,” and “tomorrow” into a flight site and sigh when we see the three-digit price pop up.

Luckily, you do not have to be rich and spontaneous to travel the world.

With some simple budgeting skills and good planning, you can work out a world tour as long as a year without breaking the bank.

The first part of this book focuses on the planning stage, which you should begin by asking yourself a series of questions about your trip. How long do you want to be gone? How will traveling the world affect your schooling or job? How much money are you comfortable spending to travel the world?

Answering these questions gives you a loose framework within which you can start to start to do more targeted research on travel deals.

The next step involves a lot of research and comparison of travel sites, hotels, flight, and car deals. To help you narrow down the huge landscape of websites, a short list of some of the best flight and hotel sites will be included in Chapter 2.

Chapter 3 and 4 focus on how to apply the budget you have written up by sticking to daily spending limits (factoring in food, activities, etc), and by learning how to barter and find the best deals while you are traveling.



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