Free travel Kindle books for 19 Oct 18

101 Amazing Things to Do in Italy: Italy Travel Guide (Rome Travel, Florence Travel, Tuscany Travel, Venice Travel, Milan Travel)

by 101 Amazing Things

Hey there! Congrats on finding the ultimate guide to Italy!

This Italy Guide is now available across all digital devices – So what are you waiting for?!

We think you’re so very lucky to be going to ITaly and this guide will let you in on all of the country’s travel secrets so you can have the best possible trip in places like Rome, Venice, Florence, Milan, Tuscany, Naples, Sicily, Sardinia, the Amalfi Coast and more.

Why You Need 101 Amazing Things to Do in Italy

This Italy guide is here to give you the inside track on:

  • the most delicious things to eat and drink, from pizzas in the best pizzeria in the whole world, to sweet treats like sticky torrone
  • the most happening festivals, whether you would like to party hard to rock music in the hills of Sicily, or you fancy checking out an orange throwing festival
  • jaw dropping historical and cultural sights you won’t want to miss, like ancient sites like The Colosseum through to contemporary art museums
  • outdoor adventures you won’t forget in a hurry, whether you want to go skiing in the Italian Alps or you fancy having a diving experience off the coast of Sardinia
  • where to shop for authentic souvenirs so that you can remember your trip to Italy forever
  • the best places to catch a show, some live music, and make local friends
  • and so much more awesomeness besides!

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Hey Kids! Let’s Visit San Francisco: Fun Facts and Amazing Discoveries for Kids (Hey Kids! Let’s Visit Travel Books #5)

by Teresa Mills

Visiting San Francisco with kids? Do you want your kids engaged and excited about visiting this fantastic California city? Do you want your kids to learn as well as have fun while traveling? Look no further!

Get the entire family excited about San Francisco travel before you leave, and then let them help plan the trip!

Finally! A San Francisco travel guide for kids – written especially for them! Hey Kids! Let’s Visit San Francisco asks:

Hey Kids! Did you know…

  • The San Francisco Cable Cars are pulled along on large cables under the street?
  • The Golden Gate Bridge has been closed 3 times due to high winds?
  • There’s an old Fort at the base of the Golden Gate Bridge?
  • There is an old prison just 1.25 miles off the coast of San Francisco?
  • San Francisco is home to one of the largest trees on the planet?

You will discover all of these things and more as we visit San Francisco. Full of photos and fun facts about San Francisco and some San Francisco attractions (and some fun side trips), this San Francisco Travel Guide for kids is great whether you are preparing for a San Francisco vacation with the family, or simply want to learn a little more about this great city.

Each section of the book explains some of the history behind the major tourist attractions in San Francisco as well as listing some fun and interesting facts about each. Your child or grandchild will be your tour guide with this book! So make sure that they have this book early in the planning phases of your trip as well as when you visit San Francisco!

But, whether you are planning a trip with your family or just want to know more about San Francisco, this book is the perfect way to get started.

Teresa Mills is the bestselling author of the Hey Kids! Let’s Visit Series of children’s books! This series focuses on building your child’s / grandchild’s life experiences through travel and learning activities that will enhance their lives forever!!!

The Hey Kids! Let’s Visit Series also includes:

  • Hey Kids! Let’s Visit New York City
  • Hey Kids! Let’s Visit London England
  • Hey Kids! Let’s Visit Washington DC
  • Hey Kids! Let’s Visit Savannah Georgia
  • Hey Kids! Let’s Visit Charleston South Carolina
  • Hey Kids! Let’s Visit Paris France
  • Hey Kids! Let’s Visit a Cruise Ship

Take a look at what other amazon customers say about Hey Kids! Let’s Visit San Francisco:

I really like how this book is targeted towards tourist sites that children will enjoy and not find “boring.” It covers a wide variety of sites that include famous historical sites in San Francisco, theme parks, city parks, and national parks. There is so much to do in the San Francisco area and this travel book covers the highlights and some others that I wouldn’t have thought of.~Heidi

Once again, this series really delivers especially if you are looking for a way to include your kids in an upcoming trip. What I like about this book, and this series, is that these books are sized to fit easily in a purse or backpack. I also like that they are written for kids. The provide educational and fun information on things to do in San Francisco and can even enable your kids to become tour guides by sharing fun facts and suggestions for the next place in the city to visit. As a mom of four kids, I know it can be fun and it can be challenging to travel with kids. Taking one of these guides along is a great way to keep the crew busy and engaged!~Crystal

I can truthfully say I wished I had the book when we visited then! Perhaps I’m just a kid at heart. I loved her descriptions of the sights along with the history of them. But, I loved the ‘fun facts’ the most! She had some good facts that I didn’t know or learn when we visited before.~Kim



Pittsburgh 2018 City Guide

by Maryann Huk

Pittsburgh 2018 City Guide is the new travel and city guide from Cardinal Content. Since 2012 we have covered this dynamic city and its environs that has become known world-wide for its monumental change from Industrial Age Giant to 21st Century Crossroads of Technology, Education, Health Sciences and the best of urban living. This new edition is built from our previous coverage of Pittsburgh, but what is different is what is different about Pittsburgh. In 2018.

Pittsburgh has gone from a glimmer of hope in the midst of Industrial Age decay and neglect to a great city renowned for cutting edge technology; some of the planet’s best Universities and Colleges; life-saving research and practice in Health Care, and a burgeoning population of young people who are drawn to its many urban advantages. In other words, Pittsburgh is no long a likeable anomaly among Rust Belt cities, but is now considered among the essential cities to consider as Leaders of the 21st Century.

Pittsburgh 2018 City Guide is an enhanced ebook. It features widgets throughout that direct the reader from their smart device to websites, Google Maps, and social media greatly enhancing the information obtained in the ebook. Indeed if all the information found in and through Pittsburgh 2018: the digital images, digital videos, blogs, comment boards, websites, maps, and interactive displays were fully explored it would take perhaps days to complete, and represent hundred of thousands of words. But Pittsburgh 2018 City Guide is an ebook of roughly of 50,000 words that is easy to use, explore and employ. It features a simple, functional Table of Contents, and a layout that starts with Downtown Pittsburgh and ends with some great places in the in Greater Pittsburgh area.

Pittsburgh 2018 City Guide is that. A City Guide that lays out all of the fundamentals of Pittsburgh. Travel, transpiration, history, architecture, culture, attractions, events, dining, nightlife are all in Pittsburgh 2018 City Guide, along with traveler necessities such as accommodations, lodging, and highly functional Google Maps pins.

Much of Pittsburgh 2018 City Guide includes insider inspired feature write-ups on some the best and most quintessential Pittsburgh places. When it comes to dining and nightlife our goal was to stick to those places that are unique to Pittsburgh and avoid places that are regional or nationwide chains. Though, as the case of Lodging, that cannot always be the case, all the places we picked to include feature characteristics that make them Pittsburgh places. All of the commercial places in this ebook were chosen. Some of these Pittsburgh places have full-length features by opting to subscribe to the production of this ebook. When they did, not only did they receive an in-depth feature review, they received extra benefits such as participating in free and countdown days where their best customers and guests obtain copies at a reduced price or for free. In all cases participating in our promotional efforts is never a criterion to being included. Pittsburgh places that we asked to be included but opted not to subscribe and participate in promotions are lincluded at no charge and can be found throughout Pittsburgh 2018 City Guide ebook.

Finally, we want to invite all readers to not only like us on Facebook, or add us to their Twitter follows, but please contact us with your own ideas on Pittsburgh. And most important please, please, please leave a review on amazon.com. Your feedback is the only way we can make Pittsburgh 2018 City Guide ebook better. And because it is an ebook, and readily changeable, we can include your suggestions, and react to your critiques in real-time. Which not only a wonderful advantage for us ebook publishers, but a superb way to see your helpful ideas and corrections make an impact on a Pittsburgh City Guide people use everyday.

Many thanks for your time,
Cardinal Content
Maryann Huk
Executive :Publisher.



America’s Haunted Seat

by Sherri Granato

Washington D.C. is one of the greatest principal sources in America for harboring haunted mansions, famous ghosts and for having a historically colorful past. Presidents, first ladies, dignitaries, and historic legends have at one time or another called Washington D.C. their home, and many of them still remain there if only in spirit.



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