Free travel Kindle books for 26 Feb 19

Travel to China: Everything You Need to Know Before You Go

by Josh Summers

Are you planning to travel to China? Whether you’re still weighing the decision or you’ve already purchased your tickets, this unique travel guide is an indispensable resource for any China traveler.

As the title says, this is everything you need to know before you travel to China – the things that other major travel guides somehow expect you to know.

This China Travel Guide Book Will Teach You:

  • How to Apply for a Visa: What visa do you need and can you get away with a free transit visa?
  • How to Prepare for Your Trip: Do you need vaccines? Should you bring cash or get money another way? What about packing?
  • How to Travel Within China: It’s not about where to go, it’s teaching you how to get there. Guides for trains, planes, taxis and buses!
  • How to Stay Connected: Can you use your phone in China? Is China’s internet censored and how do you get around that?
  • All About the Chinese Language: Can you travel without knowing Chinese? What is the best way to learn before you go?
  • All About Staying Healthy: What should you know about Chinese hospitals? Is travel insurance a good thing for China?
  • FAQ: The most frequently asked questions about China travel

Bonus Features:

  • Downloadable Packing List: Download and print a packing list that will prepare you for your travels to China!
  • Recommended Travel Operators: A listing of the best local travel operators that can give you the most unique local experiences.
  • Special Discounts: Get exclusive discounts on the travel services every traveler uses.

China Travel Guide 2019 This is an excellent companion guide to any major travel guide book to China – no matter if you’re traveling solo or with a tour group!

The Best Choice: Follow proven tips and advice trusted by millions of travelers every year.

About TravelChinaCheaper.com: First launched in 2013, Travel China Cheaper has grown to become one of the most trusted and respected resources for travelers to China. Each month, over a quarter of a million readers get unbiased answers to questions in an easy-to-understand format.



Lyon A World Heritage Site: Travel Guide Lyon, Historic Center – 2019

by Jérôme Sabatier

Travel guide updated in February 2019.

Lyon is a city of history and culture whose strategic position has shaped its destiny for more than 2,000 years. From the Fourvière district, birthplace of the Roman Lugdunum, to the slopes of the silk district Croix Rousse, from Vieux Lyon in medieval and Renaissance architecture to the Presqu’Ã?le (the peninsula) that developed in the 19th century, Lyon offers a unique architectural, social, cultural and historical diversity. The city has frequently played a major role in the political, cultural and economic development of Europe. To walk through these neighborhoods is to relive a rich history. As Lugdunum was once the capital of Gaul, Lyon is now the capital of painted walls, puppet theater, silk and gastronomy.

Here you’ll find all the information necessary to prepare your trip and your stay in Lyon 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 2019.

But most importantly, this “Lyon, 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…



Strasbourg A World Heritage Site: Travel guide Strasbourg – 2019

by Jérôme Sabatier

Travel guide updated in February 2019.

The Grande Ile of Strasbourg was selected as a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1988, followed in 2017 by the Neustadt or new city. It is on the Grande Ile that the city has developed since Antiquity and the creation of the Roman castrum of Argentorate. The historic center of Strasbourg is full of a unique heritage that runs from medieval times to the present day. Its urban heritage, as varied as it is exceptional, is the result of continuous economic prosperity throughout the history of Strasbourg. Indeed, the city is located at a commercial crossroads of European dimension. From north to south and from east to west, men, ideas and goods have been transported and exchanged for centuries. Strasbourg is unique in Europe for its cultural, intellectual, artistic and architectural mix.

Here you’ll find all the information necessary to prepare your trip and your stay in Strasbourg 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 2019.

But most importantly, this “Strasbourg, 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…



KIDS RULE! at UNIVERSAL ORLANDO 2019: An Unofficial Guide for Parents

by MARY DESILVA

Planning a trip to Universal Orlando but not sure what there is for kids? This guide is here to show you that at Universal Orlando, Kids Rule! This 2019 edition informs readers of all of the latest additions and old favorites. Get the latest news on parades, rides, character dining and onsite hotels at Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure and Volcano Bay Water Park! This guide advises parents on how to pick the perfect hotel and which restaurants are best for kids. Parents will find this guide to be an invaluable tool in planning a dream vacation to Universal Orlando!



Fantastic Eats and Where to Find Them at Universal Orlando 2019 Edition: An Unofficial Foodie’s Dining Guide

by Mary deSilva

This edition is the most complete guide to Universal Orlando for Foodies! In this volume, you’ll find recommendations for the best and most fantastic eats to be found Universal’s Florida theme parks, onsite hotels and Universal CityWalk. You’ll learn about Insane desserts, succulent seafood and mouth watering burgers! You’ll also get “Foodie Tips” for finding extra special treats to tempt your palate!



Aragonese Pyrenees (200 images)

by JOSEP MARIA PALAUS PLANES

Compilation of photographs of the Aragonese Pyrenees centered on four of its most beautiful high mountain populations: Formigal, Sallent de Gállego, Lanuza and Panticosa (Alto Gállego, Huesca, Aragón, Spain).
(200 images)
© JMP



Costa Blanca: Altea (100 immagini) (Italian Edition)

by JOSEP MARIA PALAUS PLANES

Una visita fotografica all’Altea bianca. Una bellissima città costiera con la splendida Chiesa del Consol che presiede il suo bellissimo e popolare centro storico. Vieni a fare una passeggiata?
Album di 100 immagini
[Altea, Marina Baixa, Alicante, Comunità Valenciana, Spagna]
© JMP



EMAILS FROM CHINA [Two Aussie Teachers Far From Home]

by Robert Mitchell

These are the emails which we sent home to Australia from the two schools in China at which we were teachers. They were written as our lives progressed from day to day. Our thoughts were written down as we then felt them, not a year or more later when memories had dimmed. They were written days and sometimes only hours after the experiences and emotions which they describe. They were written to friends from whom nothing was held back. They describe the schools, the teachers, the students, places we visited and the experiences which took over the greater part of our lives during those two years. The emails are as they were originally written. They contain the normal errors and bad grammar that go to make up emails. They have not been edited, they have not been censored, nor have they been sanitised. The 84,623 words comprised herein are, as the title states, emails from China.



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