Free travel Kindle books for 07 Dec 16

Montreal For 91 Days

by Michael Powell

For 91 days, travelers Mike and Jürgen explored the city of Montreal, and came away with some unforgettable memories and photographs. This book is a collection of their anecdotes and adventures from Canada’s second city. Over the course of three months, they experienced the highs and lows of Montreal, discovered the city’s multi-cultural neighborhoods, ate loads of poutine, visited the best museums, and even found time for a trip to nearby Quebec City. Packed with helpful advice, restaurant tips, insights into the French-Canadian culture, and beautiful full-color photography, this book is a must for anyone planning a trip to Montreal!



51 Holiday Travel Tips

by Jerry Nelson

Life has been great. Since I left home in Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains, I’ve traveled to — and worked in — 155 countries.

My passport is bulging.

Over the years, I’ve kept mental and written notes of the places I’ve seen and been to. As a travel writer, I’ve added insider tips, notes and hints. The result is this eBook and the knowledge you’ll gain.

Even if you aren’t planning the trip-of-a-lifetime this year, there’s always tomorrow.

John Muir said sometimes a person has to throw a sandwich into a bag and jump the back fence.

Do it. Today. Jump the backfence and explore.

Jerry Nelson
December 2016
[email protected]

And be sure to join the million or so who follow me on Twitter @ Journey_America



Travel Hacks and Tips For Experienced Travelers: Travel Guide For People Who Think They Know Everything About Traveling + Best International Travel Sites Review and Infographic Travel Checklist

by Noah Wood

Are you bored with having been given travel information that is obvious or even intentionally ever-so-slightly incorrect?
If yes, this is written just for you.

More than 39 truly helpful and non-standard travel hacks. Only ready-to-use travel strategies designed for ultimate convenience.

I was hoping for something in travels that might be more concise and efficient than just tinkering with prior writings. Just adjust the recipe in this book to match what you want the travel to be.

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Once you have clicked onto the bonus link you can get our “Best International Travel Sites Review”.

Plus Infographic Travel Checklist

The step-by-step travel checklist will take away the stress of planning and make sure you don’t miss anything as you plan your great adventure. You shouldn’t strive into the World Wide Web anymore.

Here’s everything you need to know to get the absolute utmost trip:

  • flights
  • accommodation
  • things to do
  • Discover the book and learn even more about:

  • Financial Planning
  • Visa, Insurance, and Other Documents
  • Booking Your Flight
  • Finding the Best Accommodation
  • How to Find the Best Things to Do
  • Smart Packing
  • Travel Gadgets and Gizmos
  • Smart Traveling with Kids and Pets
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    All you need is just here, in this concise Travel Book!



    tyaoitariasyasinsyuuroumahen (Japanese Edition)

    by Date Yuji

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    100 Things to do before you die/Bucketlist

    by mustafa latif

    This quick and simple guide will give you 100 things to do before you die. Some things on this list may cost a considerable amount of money, however the majority of this list will be free or very inexpensive. I am also trying to complete this list but it is very time consuming and costs a bit of money, which I don’t have right now.



    Portland ‘Blue Line’ Light Rail Train Business Directory Travel Guide (2017)

    by Randy Luethye

    Thank you for using the Portland Blue Line Train Business Directoryâ?¢.

    This guide covers Downtown & East Portland to the Gresham, as well as Hillsboro and Beaverton on the west-side.

    Due to the number of stations, other eBook guides are available for the Yellow, Green, Red and Orange lines.

    All station maps are in order for riders to use on the train.



    Who Moved My Rice?

    by Michael LaRocca

    Six years living in China, five years living in Thailand, one year living in Vietnam, several visits to Malaysia, one memorable trip to Laos, and one big book of what happened. Watch me travel with my lovely Australian bride and my lovely Chinese Calico cat.

    Can you eat grits with chopsticks? Let’s find out.



    Grenade, ville de mes rêves: Guide historique et artistique à la ville de Grenade, l’Alhambra et l’Albaicín (French Edition)

    by Lawrence Bohme

    Grenade occupe une place spéciale dans l’imagination de tous, et même de ceux qui n’ont jamais exploré le labyrinthe de ses ruelles. Plus qu’un simple guide pour ceux qui vont la visiter, «Grenade, ville de mes rêves» fut écrit, selon l’auteur, «comme un livre sur Grenade, plus qu’un simple guide, pouvant plaire aussi bien qu’au visiteur qu’à un pauvre curé québécois enneige dans sa paroisse, et peut-être condamné à ne jamais la connaître».

    Car, ce qui nous fascine de cette ville universelle ce ne sont pas seulement ses monuments extraordinaires mais aussi son passé, la rencontre entre maure et chrétien, gitan et juif, sierra et plaine, neige et soleil, dans ce balcon verdoyant de l’Europe qui regarde vers les côtes arides de l’Afrique. Lawrence «Lorenzo» Bohme, écrivain, polyglotte, dessinateur, voyageur curieux et «historien sans papiers» par excellence, a distillé, en descriptions lumineuses, les fruits de ses quarante ans de flâneries par les palais et les coins perdus de sa terre adoptive, Grenade.

    Richement illustré avec les dessins à la plume de Lorenzo, ce livre fut écrit en 2000 en langue anglaise sous le titre «Granada, City of My Dreams» et par la suite traduit en français et espagnol par l’auteur lui-même, ayant été présenté aux lecteurs français dans l’émission télévisée «Des Racines et des Ailes» en 2002.

    Au sujet de l’auteurâ?¦

    Lawrence Bohme, connu en Andalousie comme «Lorenzo», est né à Londres en 1942 de mère anglaise et de père réfugié politique berlinois (son nom de famille, Böhme, perd les deux points pendant la guerre «afin de faire moins allemand»). Lorenzo ne vit que les quatre premières années de sa vie dans son pays d’origine, car à la fin du conflit sa famille émigre à Vancouver. Ã? l’âge de 14 ans, accompagné de sa mère, peintre, l’auteur commençe une vie de nomade qui dure une trentaine d’années, découvrant ainsi le Mexique, la Jamaïque, New York, Grenade, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador da Bahia et Cartagena de Indias. Lorenzo, toujours débrouillard, paie ses frais de voyage et de séjour pratiquant plusieurs métiers : celui de professeur de langues, guide, traducteur, interprète de conférences, dessinateur de cartes postales et artisan du cuir. Il retourne au village grenadin de Montefrio, lieu de ses vacances scolaires, en 1985, habitant par la suite le légendaire Albaicin, ancienne casbah de Grenade. Toujours attaché à la France et sa langue, qu’il apprit à la Sorbonne en 1961-3, Lorenzo s’adonne actuellement à écrire l’histoire de sa «très longue jeunesse», vivant dans le port de Saint Jean de Luz accompagné de sa famille et le teckel Froggy.



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