Free travel Kindle books for 16 Apr 15

Barcelona for Free 2015: 25 Best Free Things To Do in Barcelona Travel Guide

by Lynne Knightley

Barcelona for Free 2015 travel guide shows you the 25 best attractions and things to see and do in Barcelona for FREE!

How to save over 80 Euros in entrance fees!

  • Museums and Art Galleries: How to enjoy the main museums and art galleries in Barcelona for free.
  • Maps: So you can find your way to each attraction.
  • Parks: How to visit Park Güell Monument area for FREE, and which parks are worth visiting.
  • Views: Where to go for fantastic views of the city.
  • Areas: Which parts of the city are the â??must-sees’.

Some of the attractions you will see for FREE!

  • Picasso Museum
  • Park Güell Monument Area
  • Museum of History Barcelona
  • Maritime Museum
  • Magic Fountain
  • Frederic Marés Museum
  • Catedral de Barcelona

Barcelona is one of the most unique and beautiful cities in the world! You cannot visit Barcelona without falling totally in love with the place. However the cost of all the attractions can soon add up. Why not save some money and use it on some delicious cava and tapas instead!

In this travel guide book you will discover how to see many of the attractions and places in Barcelona for free! You don’t have to spend a fortune to have a great time!

There is even a week overview at the end so you will have an oversight on what attractions are free on what days, so can plan your trip accordingly.

Barcelona is an amazing city with beautiful architecture by Gaudi, Lluís Domènech I Montaner, Miles van der Rohe, and many others. You could be strolling around Barri Gótic, eating tapas by the harbour, or visiting one of Gaudi’s masterpieces. I’m sure you will find the atmosphere fantastic no matter what you are doing.

Barcelona has a large number of attractions so you are sure to find some that appeal to you. And if the weather is good, which it mostly is, you can head to the beach and relax for a while. The city is also lively at night and can be very exciting, which makes for an unforgettable experience. And, of course, they also have a great football team!

Barcelona is truly a city which you can’t help but return to again and again.

Barcelona for Free 2015 travel guide is part of the FREE CITY SERIES by More Than Tourism.

The Girl at the Shrine (An Ennin Mystery #38)

by Ben Stevens

A fleeing assassin seeks refuge at a remote forest shrine, where there dwells a mysterious young woman…

This is the 38th Ennin Mystery.

From the Bestselling author of BIG SOUND TEMPLE

Amazon reviews for ENNIN (various titles)

‘Japan’s Greatest Detective… Full of intrigue, action and excitement, making for some great escapism…’ AMAZON / M. Dowden (HALL OF FAME, TOP 50 REVIEWER, VINE VOICE)

‘This Japanese detective is a fine addition to the burgeoning field of Asian historical detectives which began with Judge Dee (China) and runs through I.P. Parker’s Akitada…’ Mcb.

‘Delightful short story… Enjoy!…’ PeaTee (TOP 500 REVIEWER)

‘(The) Ennin series is intriguing… Recommend these stories to all…’ Chris

‘Stevens has created an interesting character and placed him in a colorful place and time in history. Stevens is cranking out stories with a certain rapidity now. That’s great news to those of us who enjoy his stories….’ AN

‘Atmospheric, intriguing and entertaining… feels as if it is both contemporary and traditional. A rare achievement…’ Kenny51

‘An excellent Japanese detective series… I enjoy each and every story…’ R. Russell

‘Stevens keeps on delivering… This is a great series. Anyone who enjoys Sherlock Holmes will enjoy the similarities in Stevens’ characters and Doyle’s. Fresh plots, exotic locale, who-done-its, and a unique set of protagonists. I’ve read all the Ennin series and look forward to each new adventure. Highly recommended…’ Abby Normal

‘Entertaining read with Holmesian overtones, but very different setting…’ Gerry H

‘Once you start this, I’m betting you won’t be able to set it down until you finish it…’ Judy

‘The author weaves intrigue, subterfuge and cunning into a very enjoyable story…’ J. Cepeda

‘Historical setting and cultural background are excellently researched…’ D. Werdin

‘Wonderful… Like a Japanese room arrangement with clean lines keeping clutter to a minimum…’ AcerAcer

‘Ben Stevens is masterful. I can’t wait to read his next set of stories…’ Kindle Customer

‘If you like the Akitada books, you will enjoy this….’ Mamakile

‘Something out of the ordinary… Well worth the read…’ Amazon Customer

‘The Sensei is a brilliant detective. Ben Stevens, as always rocks. He’s one heck of a storyteller…’ Lisa

‘I can’t stop reading this series! If you love historical mysteries, you will love the period and cultural detail…’ Pauline

‘Atmosphere, poetry and menace…’ ThisandThat

‘A feudal Japanese Sherlock Holmes… This ever-evolving excellent series… Vivid imagery and graphic detail which are a trademark of this writer…’ Deborah Chaytor

‘Try it… and like it… I don’t look for mysteries from the middle ages, even ones set in Japan, but for some reason I love this series… Well-written…’ Amazon Customer

‘The story develops wonderfully…’ Dave. N

‘Loved it!… Simply amazed… I thoroughly enjoyed this read…’ Edwina Callan

‘Cleverly written and filled with facts regarding old Japan…. Very similar to Holmes and Watson…’ Eileen Sedgwick

‘Good job. Very enjoyable…’ Sid

‘Great…’ Doug Grey

‘If you like the Akitada books, you will enjoy this…’ Mamakile

‘I loved this…’ MaidenStull

‘A prime example of deductive reasoning, set within feudal Japan…’ Jennifer

‘Ennin and his faithful servant are the Holmes and Watson of the East. The mysteries are well plotted. Sesshu is the Moriarty of the piece. If you are a Sherlock fan you should like Ennin…’ Amazon Customer, NJ United States

‘Five stars… Entertained throughout…’ Austerity

‘The mysteries are intriguing and unusual… Couldn’t put the stories down… Well worth the price…’ Jay Gold

‘Mystery from historic Japan… like Holmes and Watson, but in an Asian setting…’ Nysaa

‘Good book… the story takes you back in time…’ Santex

When We Were in Disney World

by Noah Witkowicz

Moments in time. Memories created. Feelings and emotions that you hold onto.

These are the things that occur when you visit Walt Disney World. Standard travel guides give us all the basic information we need to know. “When We Were in Disney World” takes the vacation experience to the next level – the personal level.

From couples and newlyweds on their honeymoon to first-time parents and seasoned parents with multiple children, follow one man’s journey of his vacation experiences that have covered practically every stage of life in a short period of time. His Disney World journey, which constantly evolves and changes, began as an infant and continues today as a dad of three toddlers. “When We Were in Disney World” will give any Disney lover a unique perspective on Walt Disney World vacations, as well as some other random Disney items.

Is this a travel guide? No. Will you pick up helpful tips and ideas that are actually applicable to a real Disney World vacation? Absolutely.

The Hill City Scribble: the first one

by Tim Kibler

ramblings from a rambler in a state of some limbo

Strolling Around Bath

by Irene Reid

Explore the historical city of Bath.

Bath is famous around the world for its hot springs, which have been used for healing since the ancient Britons first discovered them. The Romans thought them sacred and built the famous Roman Baths, one of the highlights of any visit. Centuries later, Bath was the hub of Georgian society where the rich and famous came to “take the waters” but also to see and be seen.

This is a step by step self-guided walk which will take you around Bath, and which includes maps for each section of the walk to make navigation as easy as possible.

Visit the Lower town where the Baths and the Abbey are to be found, then climb up to the Upper Town to see the wonderful Georgian architecture of the Circus and the Crescent.

Excerpt from the walk

“The Season ran right through the cold and dark months, October to June. Aspiring mothers would bring their daughters to Bath to catch a husband, or at least to meet all the eligible young men. Jane Austen made use of the Assembly rooms in two of her novels, Northanger Abbey and Persuasion. Charles Dickens also used the rooms in The Pickwick Papers where he satirised society in Bath.”

Ten Must-See Sights: Geneva

by Mark Green

â??Ten Must-See Sights: Geneva’ 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.

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