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In a Valley… A Writer’s New Beginning

by Michael Phoenix

Not really a tourism guide. Instead, an author’s new beginning as a journalist. Writing about my experiences in the Lehigh Valley, Pa area.

Reviews and Interviews include: arts, music, businesses and events. They are mixed with photos of the area.

You will find out why this author started on the journalist side. You will get an idea of what makes the Lehigh Valley different and fairly unique.

A brief bio / timeline takes you the more personal side. Mistakes I made, what I learned. There is a downside to everything in life.



Miss Passport City Guides Presents: A 3 day Unforgettable mini Vacation Itinerary to Sydney, Australia: Australia Travel Guide (Miss Passport Travel Guides Book 145)

by Sharon Bell

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Australia is the land that time forgot there are creatures such as kangaroos, that can be found nowhere else on the planet. The Australian continent separated from the rest of the world. Hundreds of millions of years ago, and nothing changed from the vegetation to the plants and animals and even the way of life of the indigenous people. That is until the first European explorers arrived on her shores and from that point on nothing would be the same Australia would become a penal colony for anyone that the British Crown deemed detrimental to their society and its unique founding population made for an even more unique and intriguing country the cultural heart of which is in Sydney, Australia.

Sydney was founded on January 26, 1788 by Capt. Arthur Phillip at Sydney Cove. The settlement of Sydney was chosen for its magnificent natural harbor, which is now world-famous Sydney is the capital of New South Wales, which is also the oldest European settlement on the same continent and is the reason for the celebration of “Australia Day.” Sydney is the city that the vast majority of tourists that come to Australia are likely to visit simply because they want to see the famous bridge, harbor and of course the famous Sydney Opera House Sidney also has a very enjoyable climate thanks to its proximity to the water, and it is not like the area temperatures in the famous and infamous Australian outback.

Sydney offers many exciting things to do, such as harbor tours, city walking tours and for those more adventurous travelers who are after a little adrenaline and a one-of-a-kind view, found nowhere else in the world is possible for a small fee to climb to the top (I mean very top) of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. You will of course be a small fee, corresponding to this adventure, and you will of course be accompanied by a well-trained and practice guide. If climbing to the top of one of the world’s most magnificent architectural structures does not strike your fancy done for you Sydney offers lots of things to do that are much closer to the ground and are just as entertaining. Sidney is filled with excellent art galleries and museums that will give you a very unique and personal perspective on Australian culture and heritage in the older parts of Sydney will see excellent examples of British colonial architecture. However in the new part of Sydney. You will see examples of the cutting edge of architecture and there will be plenty of magnificent modern structures to gaze at in wonder.

If however Art architecture and history really isn’t your scene not to worry Sydney can take care of all of the gastronomic explorers as well with best and most world-class restaurants from anywhere in the world. Not to mention with such unique dishes such as kangaroo tail (which does not taste like chicken, however. It does taste like a high-quality roast beef or steak) and other dishes like fish, fresh seafood is a specialty in Australia as they have many unique varieties not available elsewhere on the planet.

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    Greater Than a Tourist- Luxembourg: 50 Travel Tips from a Local

    by Christian Queiroz

    Are you excited about planning your next trip?
    Do you want to try something new?
    Would you like some guidance from a local?

    If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this Greater Than a Tourist book is for you.

    Greater Than a Tourist- Luxembourg by Christian Queiroz offers the inside scoop on Luxembourg. Most travel books tell you how to travel like a tourist. Although there is nothing wrong with that, as part of the Greater Than a Tourist series, this book will give you travel tips from someone who has lived at your next travel destination.

    In these pages, you will discover advice that will help you throughout your stay. This book will not tell you exact addresses or store hours but instead will give you excitement and knowledge from a local that you may not find in other smaller print travel books.

    Travel like a local. Slow down, stay in one place, and get to know the people and the culture. By the time you finish this book, you will be eager and prepared to travel to your next destination.



    Versailles A World Heritage Site: Travel Guide Versailles, Palace and Park – 2018

    by Jérôme Sabatier

    Travel guide updated in May 2018.

    An exceptional palace for an exceptional king, Louis XIV, the Palace of Versailles remains the emblem of French monarchy. And no word would be enough to define its magnificence, surrounded by sumptuous French gardens, groves and fountains, a canal, a park sufficiently large for hunting outings and of course, in contrast to this exceptional and unique ensemble, the bucolic grounds of Marie-Antoinette’s Estate. And it is here at Versailles that the history of 17th and 18th century France was written.

    Here you’ll find all the information necessary to prepare your trip and your stay in Versailles in order to discover this exceptional site of indisputable universal value. You will find the following under the sections for the site : the reasons for its selection for the World Heritage list, the history of the site, many practical informations (Tourist Offices, suggested tours, museums, events, transports), and a selection of accommodation and restaurants. Informations, prices and opening hours shown are for 2018.

    But most importantly, this “Versailles, A World Heritage Site” travel guide also offers a suggested itinerary for visiting each site and monument. You’ll also find tips (transport, pricing, activities … ), anecdotes and all the possibilities for family-friendly visits to encourage children and families in their discovery.

    Let us guide you…



    Paris A World Heritage Site: Travel Guide Paris, Banks of the Seine – 2018

    by Jérôme Sabatier

    Travel guide updated in May 2018.

    It is of course “Paris, city of light”, but also Paris, capital and symbol of France, a city that expresses its country’s influence throughout the world. The city of Paris is a stunning architectural ensemble, built up over the centuries in spectacular unity. The area of the classified site that runs along the banks of the Seine reflects the evolution of the city and the importance of the river that runs through it. It offers visitors views of the most beautiful monuments in Paris, simultaneously tracing the city’s rich history. As you visit, you will move from the oldest districts, already occupied in ancient times, to the palaces of the kings, on to the major axes created by Baron Haussmann in the 19th century, and finally arrive at the 20th century additions and the Eiffel Tower. The history of Paris unfolds before your eyes in an enthralling journey through time. Whether cultural, historic, artistic, religious or architectural, the city’s rich heritage offers something for everyone.

    Here you’ll find all the information necessary to prepare your trip and your stay in Paris in order to discover this exceptional site of indisputable universal value. You will find the following under the sections for each site :the reasons for its selection for the World Heritage list, the history of the site, many practical informations (Tourist Offices, suggested tours, museums, events, transports), and a selection of accommodation and restaurants. Informations, prices and opening hours shown are for 2018.

    But most importantly, this ” Paris, a World Heritage site” travel guide also offers a suggested itinerary for visiting each site and monument. You’ll also find tips (transport, pricing, activities … ), anecdotes and all the possibilities for family-friendly visits to encourage children and families in their discovery.

    Let us guide you…



    Sifnos. The trails along the Big Blue: Culture Hikes in the Greek Islands

    by Denis Roubien

    You want to discover the cultural treasures of the Greek islands?

    This is the book for you!

    This book describes the main sights of the Greek island of Sifnos, in the Cyclades. This is done mainly through a hike from the capital Apollonia to the medieval settlement of Kastro, the island’s old capital, one of the best preserved fortified towns of the Aegean Sea. Also, another hike to the island’s main pilgrimage, Panaghia Chryssopighi. Two wonderful trails next to chapels of astonishing aesthetic sensitivity and in a nature of incomparable beauty. But also those who don’t hike can see all this since these sights are also accessible by car. This book, based mainly on a large number of colour photos, with concise historical and architectural explanations, endeavours to make this island more known and give a glimpse of it to the visitor who desires to discover it.



    Greater Than a Tourist- Livingstone Zambia Africa: 50 Travel Tips from a Local

    by Lillian M. Simwanza

    Are you excited about planning your next trip?
    Do you want to try something new?
    Would you like some guidance from a local?

    If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this Greater Than a Tourist book is for you.

    Greater Than a Tourist by Lillian M. Simwanza offers the inside scoop on Livingstone City, in Zambia, Africa. Most travel books tell you how to travel like a tourist. Although there is nothing wrong with that, as part of the Greater Than a Tourist series, this book will give you travel tips from someone who has lived at your next travel destination.

    In these pages, you will discover advice that will help you throughout your stay. This book will not tell you exact addresses or store hours but instead will give you excitement and knowledge from a local that you may not find in other smaller print travel books.

    Travel like a local. Slow down, stay in one place, and get to know the people and the culture. By the time you finish this book, you will be eager and prepared to travel to your next destination.



    GREATER THAN A TOURIST- MINSK BELARUS: 50 Travel Tips from a Local

    by Anna Martsynkevich

    Are you excited about planning your next trip?

    Do you want to try something new?

    Would you like some guidance from a local?

    If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this Greater Than a Tourist book is for you.

    Greater Than a Tourist – Minsk, Belarus by Anna Martsynkevich offers the inside scoop on Minsk. Most travel books tell you how to travel like a tourist. Although there is nothing wrong with that, as part of the Greater Than a Tourist series, this book will give you travel tips from someone who has lived at your next travel destination.

    In these pages, you will discover advice that will help you throughout your stay. This book will not tell you exact addresses or store hours but instead will give you excitement and knowledge from a local that you may not find in other smaller print travel books.

    Travel like a local. Slow down, stay in one place, and get to know the people and the culture. By the time you finish this book, you will be eager and prepared to travel to your next destination.



    Tinos. Le dernier joyau sur la couronne de Venise: Randonnées Culturelles aux Iles Grecques (French Edition)

    by Denis Roubien

    Vous voulez découvrir les richesses culturelles des îles grecques? Ce livre est pour vous! (Pour un prix plus bas, cherchez l’édition en noir et blanc)Ce livre est une histoire de voyage décrivant, à travers un grand nombre de photos et de cartes, une randonnée dans l’une des îles culturellement les plus riches et pourtant les plus mal comprises de la Grèce. Dernière possession de Venise en mer Ã?gée et donc dernier bastion du monde occidental en Méditerranée orientale, Tinos possède une richesse de trésors culturels, dans un paysage exceptionnel. Le fait que l’église de la Vierge Marie dans son port soit devenue le pèlerinage principal de la Grèce a fait en sorte que les trésors de l’arrière-pays restent inconnus du grand public. Ce livre s’efforce de couvrir cette omission et de donner un aperçu de cette richesse culturelle au visiteur qui désire la découvrir. Entre autres choses, il présente des villages médiévaux, des églises monumentales, des chapelles pittoresques, des pigeonniers artistiques et l’artisanat de marbre de l’île, inscrit sur la Liste Représentative du Patrimoine Culturel Immatériel de l’Humanité.



    Austria Guide: Complete Guide

    by Shubham Pal

    When you say Austria you quickly consider winter games and culture. These are the best two words that can splendidly portray this alluring nation. Austria is situated in Central Europe, encompassed by Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Slovenia and Italy. Austria is one of Europe’s most notable vacationer goals because of its noteworthy urban areas, sublime mountain scenes and unrivaled ski resorts. Alongside Switzerland, Austria has been named Europe’s winter sports capital. A tripper who is keen on observing Austria ought to make his homework with respect to this nation. There are a few exercises that one could be included in while seeing this nation. There is something for each age and taste. As a matter of first importance, individuals come to Austria for playing out an alternate assortment of winter games. Austria offers an awesome accumulation of ski resorts that are anticipating welcome you. It is critical for Austria to have its tourism industry working as slick as would be prudent. In this manner, Austria takes full preferred standpoint of its winter sports travelers. Notwithstanding, realize that Austrian resorts are generally medium-sized, conversely with those in Switzerland and France. This reality has both points of interest and disservices. What could be a disservice for those looking for an extravagance resort, speaks to an extraordinary favorable position for the sightseers inspired by less expensive, cozier and friendlier resorts. Another fascination that may get you intrigued is the powerful Austrian cycle visiting. There are well known courses that come the biggest streams. The course amongst Passau and Vienna, taking after the Danube, is the most critical cycle way in Austria and even Europe. A great many cyclists accumulate here every year amid the late spring to test themselves. Austria’s melodic legacy draws every year a large number of music significant others from all around the globe. In Vienna or Salzburg voyagers may engage themselves by tuning in to established music, jazz or world renowned musical dramas. Amid summer, Austria has an incredible scope of music celebrations, for all tastes and ages. The most imperative music celebration that happens in Austria is the Salzburg Festival. Next to this well known traditional music celebration, Austria pleased itself with a wide combination of other music sorts, for example, pop celebrations, shake celebrations or society celebrations. The true to life culture of Austria ought not be disregarded. An inquisitive vacationer may reveal incredible things about the Austrian silver screen. The most famous Austrian performing artist is past all questions Arnold Schwarzenegger, now the Governor of California.



    Paris Patrimoine Mondial: Guide de Voyage Paris, Rives de la Seine – 2018 (French Edition)

    by Jérôme Sabatier

    Guide de voyage actualisé en mai 2018.

    On ne présente plus Paris, la ville lumière. Capitale de la France, elle en est le symbole et exprime son rayonnement dans le monde entier. Paris c’est un ensemble architectural qui s’est construit au fil des siècles dans une unité et une homogénéité spectaculaire. L’aire du site classé, en bordure de la Seine, reflète bien l’évolution de la ville et l’importance du fleuve qui la traverse. Elle offre aux visiteurs les plus beaux monuments que compte la ville et permet de retracer l’histoire de Paris. Ainsi lors de votre visite, vous évoluerez des plus anciens quartiers déjà occupés à l’époque de l’Antiquité, aux palais des Rois, aux grands axes créés par le baron Haussmann pour arriver jusqu’au XXe siècle et la tour Eiffel. L’histoire de Paris défile sous vos yeux, alors laissez-vous conquérir par ce voyage dans le temps. Qu’il soit culturel, historique, artistique, religieux, architectural ou autre, le patrimoine est d’une telle richesse, qu’il s’offre à tous, quels que soient les centres d’intérêts de chacun.

    Ce guide de voyage vous donne toutes les informations nécessaires à la préparation de votre voyage et à votre séjour à Paris, à la découverte de ce site exceptionnel à la valeur universelle reconnue. Vous y trouverez toutes les informations concernant le site classé, du pont d’Iéna à l’ouest au pont de Sully à l’est : les raisons du classement au patrimoine mondial, l’histoire de Paris, de nombreuses informations pratiques (offices de tourisme, visites proposées, musées, agenda des événements, transports), ainsi qu’une sélection d’hébergements et de restaurants. Les informations, les tarifs et les horaires d’ouverture indiqués sont ceux de 2018.

    Mais Paris, Patrimoine Mondial vous propose aussi, et surtout, un déroulé de visite de chaque site et monument. Vous trouverez également des bons plans (transports, tarifs, activités�), des anecdotes et toutes les possibilités de visite en famille afin de rendre les découvertes plus ludiques aux enfants.

    Laissez vous guider…



    San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park – West: 5 Family Explorations – day trips on the west side of the park

    by Cody Tolmasoff

    Golden Gate Park is well loved by generations of people who live in San Francisco and the surrounding Bay Area. There are many wonderful things to do with your family, or out on your own.
    However, after living here for a while, there can be a tendency to overlook what the park has to offer. There are quite a few hidden treasures around, and a rich history you might find interesting.

    • Why do we have 2 windmills at the west end of the park?
    • What are the Portals to the Past?
    • Where did the Bison come from?
    • Did the Polo Fields ever host a Polo match?
    • What was here before the park?

    This book outlines 5 easy day trips around Golden Gate Park providing a nice day out for yourself, or better yet your family. Each trip is outlined so you can do it verbatim, or toss in your own detours, throwing in some history along the way to make it a little more interesting.

    Day Trips Include:

    • Windmill Walk, with blue boat playground and root beer at the Beach Chalet
    • Portals of the Past, including what Speedway Meadows used to be
    • Hike around Spreckels Lake, Bison, and the Fly Casting Pools
    • Bridle Path Hike
    • Archery in the Park

    Plus Bonus Content

    • A walk to the Cliff House
    • Sutro Heights & Sutro Baths – learn about what used to be there
    • Lands End – hike the train route that used to run here once upon a time

    Take a nice walk, learn a bit of history, and why these places are so special.



    Loire Valley A World Heritage Site: Travel Guide Loire Valley – 2018

    by Jérôme Sabatier

    Travel guide updated in May 2018.

    The Loire Valley is the largest site ever registered in France as World Heritage site by UNESCO. The site crosses a multitude of historic towns and villages, rich with architectural heritage and ancient history. It reveals religious buildings and castles, each more sumptuous than the last, cultivated land and wild landscapes exploding with biodiversity. This ensemble, which witnessed thousands of years of interactions between man and nature, is a cultural landscape of exception. The Loire River is at the heart of this landscape. Indeed, without it, none of this would exist. The largest river in France, and the wildest, it is nicknamed “the Royal River.” The Loire Valley was chosen as a royal residence in the 15th and 16th century. Several days are needed to explore the natural and cultural heritage of these landscapes. Take the time to soak up the history, culture and landscapes, and your stay in the Loire Valley will be unforgettable …

    Here you’ll find all the information necessary to prepare your trip and your stay in Loire Valley in order to discover this exceptional site of indisputable universal value. You will find the following under the sections: the reasons for its selection for the World Heritage list, the history of the site, many practical informations (Tourist Offices, suggested tours, museums, events, transports), and a selection of accommodation and restaurants. Informations, prices and opening hours shown are for 2018.

    But most importantly, this “Loire Valley, a World Heritage Site” travel guide also offers a suggested itinerary for visiting each site and monument. You’ll also find tips (transport, pricing, activities … ), anecdotes and all the possibilities for family-friendly visits to encourage children and families in their discovery. The area and city maps included on all pages show all the sites and monuments discussed.

    Let us guide you…



    Greater Than a Tourist- Miri Malaysia: 50 Travel Tips from a Local

    by Margherita Essa

    Are you excited about planning your next trip?
    Do you want to try something new?
    Would you like some guidance from a local?

    If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this Greater Than a Tourist book is for you.

    Greater Than A Tourist – Miri, Malaysia by Margherita Essa offers the inside scoop on Miri. Most travel books tell you how to travel like a tourist. Although there is nothing wrong with that, as part of the Greater Than a Tourist series, this book will give you travel tips from someone who has lived at your next travel destination.

    In these pages you’ll discover advice that will help you throughout your stay. This book will not tell you exact addresses or store hours but instead will give you excitement and knowledge from a local that you may not find in other smaller print travel books.

    Travel like a local. Slow down, stay in one place, and get to know the people and the culture. By the time you finish this book, you will be eager and prepared to travel to your next destination.



    Greater Than a Tourist â?? Vienna Austria: 50 Travel Tips from a Local

    by Melanie Hawthorne

    Are you excited about planning your next trip?
    Do you want to try something new?
    Would you like some guidance from a local?

    If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this Greater Than a Tourist book is for you.

    Greater than a Tourist – Vienna, Austria by Melanie Hawthorne offers the inside scoop on Vienna. Most travel books tell you how to sightsee. Although there’s nothing wrong with that, as a part of the Greater than a Tourist series, this book will give you tips from someone who lives at your next travel destination. In these pages, you’ll discover local advice that will help you throughout your trip. Travel like a local. Slow down and get to know the people and the culture of a place. By the time you finish this book, you will be eager and prepared to travel to your next destination.

    This ebook includes the full text plus bonus content of the book “50 Things to Know About Packing Light for Travel: Pack the Right Way Every time” by Manidipa Bhattacharyya.



    Mixed Massages (I): Pattaya Voices And Vices

    by Jonathan Finch

    “Mixed Massages (I)” is the first in a collection of essays, articles and stories about Pattaya, the punters, the girls, the ladyboys, the events and the dangers. It is funny and serious. It paints a picture of Pattaya, Thailand, and expat life without romanticising the notorious and famous seaside resort. Fun City with its appeal, its danger, its drunkenness, its endless partying, is here to entertain the reader but Finch’s message is not a massage. The extreme city of Pattaya can become monstrous. Moderation, common sense and thought are needed if disasters are to be avoided.



    Travel Report

    by Romeu Friedlaender Jr

    India, Singapore, Australia, China and a little stopover in Indonesia are inside this report.
    Every week a new flight towards the next destination.
    Backwards the discoveries, views and adventures seen.
    At airplane the plans and expectations to the next destination of the trip.
    Get your place, look to the safety instructions, keep your chair in a comfortable position, fasten the seat belt and enjoy the reading!!!



    Carcassonne A World Heritage Site: Travel guide Carcassonne, medieval City – 2018

    by Jérôme Sabatier

    Travel guide updated in May 2018.

    Words are difficult to find when seeing this medieval city unfold before your eyes. Few places in the world have so much to tell. Carcassonne possesses an exceptional legacy of a fortified city from the Middle Ages. Immerse yourself in an ancient world and soak up the atmosphere, in this city that transports visitors of all ages into a medieval dream.

    Here you’ll find all the information necessary to prepare your trip and your stay in Carcassonne in order to discover this exceptional site of indisputable universal value. You will find the following under the sections for the site : the reasons for its selection for the World Heritage list, the history of the site, many practical informations (Tourist Offices, suggested tours, museums, events, transports), and a selection of accommodation and restaurants. Prices and opening hours shown are for 2018.

    But most importantly, this “Carcassonne, A World Heritage Site” travel guide also offers a suggested itinerary for visiting each site and monument. You’ll also find tips (transport, pricing, activities … ), anecdotes and all the possibilities for family-friendly visits to encourage children and families in their discovery.

    Let us guide you…



    Greater Than a Tourist â?? Mumbai Maharashtra India: 50 Travel Tips from a Local

    by Urvi N. Chheda

    Are you excited about planning your next trip?
    Do you want to try something new?
    Would you like some guidance from a local?

    If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this Greater Than a Tourist book is for you.

    Greater Than a Tourist, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India by Urvi N. Chheda offers the inside scoop on Mumbai. Most travel books tell you how to sightsee. Although there’s nothing wrong with that, as a part of the Greater than a Tourist series, this book will give you tips from someone who lives at your next travel destination. In these pages, you’ll discover local advice that will help you throughout your trip.
    Travel like a local. Slow down and get to know the people and the culture of a place. By the time you finish this book, you will be eager and prepared to travel to your next destination.

    This ebook includes the full text plus bonus content of the book “50 Things to Know About Packing Light for Travel: Pack the Right Way Every time” by Manidipa Bhattacharyya.



    Mont Saint Michel A World Heritage Site: Travel guide Mont Saint Michel and its Bay – 2018

    by Jérôme Sabatier

    Travel guide updated in May 2018.

    The Mont-Saint-Michel stands on a rocky mount in the middle of stretches of sand and water that make up the immense bay. Not really on the continent, not really at sea, between the world of men and the wild vastness of the ocean. Between heaven and earth, its imposing figure seems to rise to the heavens. The lights, which change from morning to night, and the atmosphere, at times mystical in the sea mist, enhance these impressions, along with the breathtaking vision upon arrival at the site. For the full effect, travel to Mont Saint Michel on foot from the mainland, as did hundreds of thousands of pilgrims for centuries, and you will understand the magic that surrounds this place. Victor Hugo summed up the feeling in 1884 : “Mont-Saint-Michel is to France what the Great Pyramid is to Egypt.”

    Here you’ll find all the information necessary to prepare your trip and your stay in Mont Saint Michel in order to discover this exceptional site of indisputable universal value. You will find the following under the sections for the site : the reasons for its selection for the World Heritage list, the history of the site, many practical informations (Tourist Offices, suggested tours, museums, events, transports), and a selection of accommodation and restaurants. Informations, prices and opening hours shown are for 2018.

    But most importantly, this “Mont Saint Michel, A World Heritage Site” travel guide also offers a suggested itinerary for visiting each site and monument. You’ll also find tips (transport, pricing, activities … ), anecdotes and all the possibilities for family-friendly visits to encourage children and families in their discovery.

    Let us guide you…



    Fired Las Vegas Pit Boss shows you how to be a VEGAS VIP – The Wannabee’s Secret Guide to Vegas

    by Steve Toth

    The Wannabee’s Secret Guide to Las Vegas

    YOU’RE ONLY IN VEGAS FOR A FEW DAYS. LIVE LIKE A VIP WHILE YOU’RE THERE.

    Every year, millions of people travel to the desert paradise of Las Vegas to live in a fantasy land of gambling, wealth, power, and status. Unfortunately, people who arrive in Vegas without knowing the secrets find out the hard way that if they really want to live the fantasy, they either have to shell out oodles of cash, or need more contacts than Paris Hilton.

    So, if you’re thinking about getting VIP treatment, then grab a copy of this book, and you’ll be staying at Bellagio or Wynn Las Vegas for the same price that you’d be paying for the Holiday Inn.

    What most people don’t know is that there are plenty of ways to get the VIP treatment in Vegas…WITHOUT shelling out thousands.

    “This is the ultimate collection of Vegas tips and secrets, written for those of us who want to get the VIP treatment, but aren’t quite at the VIP level.”

    “You don’t have to spend thousands to have them roll out the red carpet and part the velvet rope for you in Vegas…all you have to do is grab a copy of the Wannabee’s Guide”

    We’re talking luxury suites, premium shows, and gourmet food. All for free, or at deeply discounted prices. If you are headed to Vegas, you’ll need this to guide you.

    Vegas is built on money, and there is plenty of it to go around for you to live like a VIP.

    This is one book those Casino Big Wigs don’t want you to read!!

    ~Here’s what’s covered ~

    What’s the $20 dollar trick, how to pull it off, where does it work really work?

    How do you get free rooms without gambling thousands?

    Can you really get hooked up with free show tickets?

    Where can I go to meet celebrities?

    When is the best time to go for your money?

    How can I get free food at gourmet restaurants?

    How can I save money on airfare to Sin City?

    How can I get on “the List” for the hottest clubs in Vegas?

    Plus much more!

    Remember, the few bucks you’ll plunk down on these secrets will pay you back famously while you are in Vegas!



    Arles A World Heritage Site: Travel guide Arles, Historic Center – 2018

    by Jérôme Sabatier

    Travel guide updated in May 2018.

    Arles has the largest number of ancient Roman monuments, after the city of Rome itself! A city of culture and history, Arles guides visitors on an extraordinary, timeless journey. Two thousand years of history, reflecting each of the city’s periods of prosperity, unfold in its streets, squares and monuments. In the footsteps of Van Gogh, who was inspired by its colors and light, Arles breathes with life.

    Here you’ll find all the information necessary to prepare your trip and your stay in Arles in order to discover this exceptional site of indisputable universal value. You will find the following under the sections for the site : the reasons for its selection for the World Heritage list, the history of the site, many practical informations (Tourist Offices, suggested tours, museums, events, transports), and a selection of accommodation and restaurants. Prices and opening hours shown are for 2018.

    But most importantly, this “Arles, A World Heritage Site” travel guide also offers a suggested itinerary for visiting each site and monument. You’ll also find tips (transport, pricing, activities … ), anecdotes and all the possibilities for family-friendly visits to encourage children and families in their discovery.

    Let us guide you…



    Saint Emilion A World Heritage Site: Travel guide Saint Emilion, Jurisdiction – 2018

    by Jérôme Sabatier

    Travel guide updated in May 2018.

    The picturesque village of Saint-Emilion is perfect for a stroll down its medieval cobblestone streets. But that’s not the only reason visitors venture here. A name known around the world, Saint-Emilion has a reputation that has been earned over the centuries through the trade of wine production, omnipresent in the landscape of the Jurisdiction. Only the wine estates, each more sumptuous than the other, stud this vineyard landscape shaped by man. The best way to understand this land and its traditions is to taste the nectar of its labor (in moderation), legacy of its long and singular history.

    Here you’ll find all the information necessary to prepare your trip and your stay in Saint Emilion in order to discover this exceptional site of indisputable universal value. You will find the following under the sections for the site : the reasons for its selection for the World Heritage list, the history of the site, many practical informations (Tourist Offices, suggested tours, museums, events, transports), and a selection of accommodation and restaurants. Information, prices and opening hours shown are for 2018.

    But most importantly, this “Saint Emilion, A World Heritage Site” travel guide also offers a suggested itinerary for visiting each site and monument. You’ll also find tips (transport, pricing, activities … ), anecdotes and all the possibilities for family-friendly visits to encourage children and families in their discovery.

    Let us guide you…



    Greater Than a Tourist- San Francisco California USA: 50 Travel Tips from a Local

    by Tom Peterson

    Are you excited about planning your next trip?

    Do you want to try something new?

    Would you like some guidance from a local?

    If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this Greater Than a Tourist book is for you.

    Greater Than a Tourist- San Francisco California USA by Tom Peterson offers the inside scoop on San Francisco from the point of view of someone who lived there for many years. Most travel books tell you how to travel like a tourist. Although there is nothing wrong with that, as part of the Greater Than a Tourist series, this book will give you travel tips from someone who has lived at your next travel destination.

    In these pages, you will discover advice that will help you throughout your stay. This book will not tell you exact addresses or store hours but instead will give you excitement and knowledge from a local that you may not find in other smaller print travel books.

    Travel like a local. Slow down, stay in one place, and get to know the people and the culture. By the time you finish this book, you will be eager and prepared to travel to your next destination.



    Definitive Staying at AirBnb: How to Stay at a AirBnb Life Guide

    by Bradley Paul

    Life can really drag you down. Waves of bad hotels can hit you so fast that you don’t ever know what hit you.This Life Guide written specifically for Amazon Unlimited will get you staying at AirBnb in no time. It will elevate you to whole new levels as the fluff is not included. This short quick start guide is life changing. Look for more Life Guides from Bradley Paul. Have a Blessed Day.



    Greater Than a Tourist â?? Cherbourg – Octeville France: 50 Travel Tips from a Local

    by Fareea Asif

    If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this Greater Than a Tourist book is for you.

    Greater Than a Tourist- Cherbourg-Octeville France by Fareea Asif offers the inside scoop on Cherbourg-Octeville. Most travel books tell you how to sightsee. Although there’s nothing wrong with that, as a part of the Greater than a Tourist series, this book will give you tips from someone who lives at your next travel destination. In these pages, you’ll discover local advice that will help you throughout your trip.

    Travel like a local. Slow down and get to know the people and the culture of a place. By the time you finish this book, you will be eager and prepared to travel to your next destination.

    This ebook includes the full text plus bonus content of the book “50 Things to Know about backpacking on a budget: Simple tips and tricks to save you time and money by author Amy Dresser.



    Four Corners Free Camping: Free Camping in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Nevada and Texas

    by Michael Horn

    Four Corners Free Camping

    The four corners area of the United States is world renowned for its rugged mountain peaks, beautiful expanses of desert habitats, and vast canyons. Many of the most photographed locations in the United States are concentrated in this four state area consisting of Arizona, Colorado, Utah and New Mexico. Easily find great free camping spots near the Grand Canyon, Arches National Park, Great Salt Lake, Rocky Mountain National Park, Gila National Forest and many more. This guidebook will have the best free camping spots available in all of the listed four corners states along with the bonus states of Nevada and Texas. Whether you are planning a great weekend camping, or an epic adventure across the desert southwest this guidebook will help you quickly and easily locate the right campgrounds near the towns and park locations you want to visit.

    Details Include:
    * Links to all Public sites
    * Contact Numbers
    * Latitude and Longitude
    * Where the closest groceries and gas are locate
    * Details specific to the site

    The content in this guide is optimized for use on a phone or similar mobile device making it easy to travel with and difficult to forget at home.

    All important details will remain available even if you do not have an internet connection!

    248 Free National Forest campsites
    56 Free State Wildlife and County Administered camping areas
    88 Free BLM Camping Locations
    18 Free Boat-in sites
    Over 400 Free campsites and an additional 30 very affordable New Mexico State Campgrounds
    Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah also included is the states of Nevada and Texas



    Chateau du Chambord: Simple Guide

    by Miroslav Kucera

    Chateau du Chambord, a magnificient renaissance castle, was born in dreams of French king Francois I and probably it has been built following sketches of Leonardo da Vinci. Chambord combines Italian renaissance principles with traditional French medieval architecture.

    This Simple Guide introduces to you the Chateau itself, its history and main things you should not miss when you visit the castle. It provides also information important before planning your trip.



    Versailles Patrimoine Mondial: Guide de voyage Versailles, Palais et Parc – 2018 (French Edition)

    by Jérôme Sabatier

    Guide de voyage actualisé en mai 2018.

    Le château de Versailles demeure aujourd’hui l’emblème de la monarchie française. Château exceptionnel pour un roi d’exception (Louis XIV). Tous les superlatifs ne suffiraient pas à définir la magnificence des lieux. Car le château n’est pas seul, il est entouré de somptueux jardins à la française, de bosquets et de fontaines, d’un canal, d’un parc suffisamment grand pour pouvoir y chasser et bien sûr du domaine de Maire-Antoinette, si champêtre qu’il contraste avec le reste de cet ensemble exceptionnel et unique. Versailles, c’est tout simplement ici que s’est écrite l’histoire de France du XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles.

    Ce guide de voyage vous donne toutes les informations nécessaires à la préparation de votre voyage et à votre séjour à Versailles, à la découverte de ce site exceptionnel à la valeur universelle reconnue. Vous y trouverez toutes les informations concernant le site classé : les raisons du classement au patrimoine mondial, l’histoire,de nombreuses informations pratiques (offices de tourisme, visites proposées, musées, agenda des événements, transports), ainsi qu’une sélection d’hébergements et de restaurants. Les informations, les tarifs et les horaires d’ouverture indiqués sont ceux de 2018.

    Mais Versailles, Patrimoine Mondial vous propose aussi, et surtout, un déroulé de visite de chaque site et monument. Vous trouverez également des bons plans (transports, tarifs, activités�), des anecdotes et toutes les possibilités de visite en famille afin de rendre les découvertes plus ludiques aux enfants.

    Laissez vous guider…



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