Free travel Kindle books for 09 Aug 17

Moscow in 3 Days (Travel Guide 2017):Enjoy the Best Things to Do in Moscow, Russia: Best places to stay, restaurants to go, sights to see and many useful tips to save time and money in Moscow.

by Guidora Team

Enjoy the best things to Do in Moscow in 3 Days as a First-Time Visitor

**Free Bonus Included at the end of this ebook**

We have been in your shoes!
We wanted to visit Moscow and got lost into spending tens of hours looking for valid information at Lonely Planet, TripAdvisor and on the Internet. And then, we couldn’t put it all together, to create a perfect plan for visiting Moscow in 3 Days.
Guidora is the only publishing house building Travel Guides for you like no other does.
We provide specific 72-hour plans with only one and best choice on where to stay, what to eat, what to see. It’s an easy travel path that you just follow and spend the 3 best days of your life in Moscow!
If you are wondering What to Do in 3 Days in Moscow and What are the Best Things to See, look no further!
We have built an excellent 72 hours’ plan for Moscow, with information on what to do every time of the day.
All the information provided is by local experts and travel bloggers. Since they live in Moscow or visit there often, they know the best that the city can offer to you.

By getting this travel guide to Moscow, you will get:
– Exact information on what is the best hotel to stay in Moscow, so that you will be in the best area of Moscow for all activities, without breaking the bank.
– Exact information on what to do every hour of the day.
The Best Hotels: Discover the best places to stay in Moscow without breaking the bank.
Where to Eat: What are the best restaurants that locals go to.
What dishes to try. A simple culinary guide with the top 10 dishes and drinks.
Where to go out in the evening. Only the top suggestion for each day for one bar or a club.
– How to move from the airport to the hotel with the most budget friendly way.
– What museums and sights to see. What tourist traps to avoid.
– Where to Book Everything Online, to save time and money.
Best things to do in each one of the 3 days.

By getting this guide, you will feel like having your best friend in Moscow, showing you around.
It will save you time and money in a stress-free way. It will help you to enjoy the best days of your life in the great town of Moscow!

-Useful Information
-Cultural Tips
-How to Find a Cheap and Reliable Taxi in Moscow
-Where to Stay in Moscow
-Day 1 in Moscow
-Food Options for Day 1
-Day 1 Online Map
-Day 2 in Moscow
-Food Options for Day 2
-Day 2 Online Map
-Day 3 in Moscow
-Food Options for Day 3
-Day 3 Online Map
-Best Time to Travel to Moscow
-Nightlife in Moscow

Get this Guide Now and enjoy your trip to Moscow!

Authors: Written and researched by Guidora’s team of travel bloggers and local experts in Moscow

About Guidora: Guidora is a startup that solves the problem of “What exactly to do in a destination in +72 hours”. Guidora provides well-researched travel itineraries, written by local experts and local guides. Guidora operates an online travel itinerary marketplace at and holds a popular blog on travel related subjects.

Templos Egipcios (Spanish Edition)

by tour about the world

Los templos egipcios fueron construidos para la adoración oficial de los dioses y en la conmemoración de los pharaohs en el Egipto antiguo y de las regiones bajo control egipcio. Los templos eran vistos como casas para los dioses o reyes a quienes fueron dedicados. Dentro de ellos, los egipcios realizaron una variedad de rituales, las funciones centrales de la religión egipcia: dar ofrendas a los dioses, reenacting sus interacciones mitológicas a través de festivales, y alejando las fuerzas del caos. Estos rituales eran vistos como necesarios para que los dioses continuaran sosteniendo el maat, el orden divino del universo. La vivienda y el cuidado de los dioses eran las obligaciones de los faraones, quienes por lo tanto dedicaron recursos prodigiosos a la construcción y mantenimiento del templo. Por necesidad, los faraones delegaron la mayor parte de sus deberes rituales a una multitud de sacerdotes, pero la mayor parte de la población fue excluida de la participación directa en ceremonias y prohibida la entrada a las áreas más sagradas del templo. Sin embargo, un templo era un sitio religioso importante para todas las clases de egipcios, que fueron allí para orar, para dar ofrendas, y para buscar la dirección oracular del dios que moraba adentro.

The Business Traveler’s Guide To Southeast Asia: smart tips from a seasoned international warrior.

by Colin Restall

Welcome to “The Business Traveler’s Guide to Southeast Asia”
My name is Colin Restall.
As Export Marketing Manager for a major company, I spent nearly 20 years visiting selected Southeast Asian and other countries up to four times every year, clocking up nearly two million business air miles in the process.
During this time I also visited 18 other countries for both business and leisure.
“The Business Traveler’s Guide to Southeast Asia” is based on my personal experiences gained over the many years of traveling in the Southeast Asian region and also includes advice from other international business colleagues and associates
Regardless of whether you are a novice international business traveler or someone who has traveled extensively, my aim is to help you understand some of the differences you will experience during your business travel in the Southeast Asian regions.
The book deals specifically with the countries of Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, The Philippines and Hong Kong
These are the countries where I have spent most of my time on international business and comprise the largest economies in the region.
I haven’t covered some other countries within the Southeast Asian region as my business travels to these countries were limited. However I have included Hong Kong which I did visit regularly even though it is not a part of Southeast Asia but which is a very significant country in the region.
Over the years I have come across many international business travelers who have visited these countries with absolutely no idea of their history, background, politics, religions or customs.
Many have wrongly assumed that they can conduct business in the same way they do when at home in their own country.
And many have found out the hard way that that approach will often not work.
Traveling for business presents you with a completely different set of parameters from those you will experience when travelling purely for leisure.
When you are on vacation, the emphasis is primarily on fun and enjoyment whereas while on international business travel you will be carrying out specific tasks usually within a defined time period.
Hopefully the tips and advice in this book will help you deal with the many challenges and demands which you will come up against during your business travels to the Southeast Asian region.
The book “The Business Traveler’s Guide To Southeast Asia” is not intended to be a general travel guide although it contains many items which will certainly be of interest to all international travelers to Southeast Asia whether on business or vacation.
I refer generally in the book to the people you will meet when in Southeast Asia as “contacts” and this term is intended to cover generally anyone you engage with in your business travels.
These Southeast Asian countries have civilizations dating back over many thousands of years and many of the beliefs and customs which are still in place today originated from these far off times.
You will find business travel to these countries both exciting and challenging. It will open your eyes to a whole new set of ideals and customs which could change your whole outlook on life. It certainly did for me!

Cataluña: Pirineos (100 imágenes) (Spanish Edition)


Bellas fotografías del Pirineo de Cataluña.
(100 imágenes)

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