|04-12-2011, 12:04 PM||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2010
Device: Kindle 2 International & Sony PRS-T1
Free book (Kobo/Nook/Kindle) Let's Go Europe 2011:The Student Travel Guide
Let's Go Europe 2011: The Student Travel Guide, by Harvard Student Agencies Inc., is just what it says on the box, free courtesy of the Let's Go imprint.
It looks to be an extended selection of tips and tour samples from their longer and more regional-visit focused regular books, but still an overall useful guide for picking which countries to visit and what to expect.
Free @ Kobo (available to Canadians), may show up elsewhere if they're really pushing it.
From Portugal to the Ukraine from Norway down to Greece Europe is a lot to take on. Luckily the student adventurers behind Let’s Go Europe 2011 know that any traveler can handle it — with a little help.
Whether whipping through London Barcelona and Prague in five days or spending a leisurely year abroad travelers get all the info they need from Let's Go. Their wit and irreverence can brighten even the drabbest Renaissance museum — if travelers didn’t take their advice to skip it.
From German beer halls to Roman ruins Let's Go Europe 2011 is the ticket to adventure.
|04-12-2011, 02:21 PM||#3|
Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: TN, USA
Device: kindle(1/2/3/dx), nook, nookcolr, Sony, Kobo, epic, iphone, iPad, pc
Thanks. Adding it to the Fodor 1936 (found it a couple of days ago, but had not gotten around to posting it).
|04-12-2011, 02:55 PM||#4|
Join Date: Feb 2011
Device: Sony PRS-T1
Thank you. Here are a couple of free travel journals that I found the other day. I believe one of them is a past Amazon deal, but I'm not sure about the other.
China Silk Road Adventures By Brian Lawrenson
Travelling by train across the Silk Road from Beijing to Kashgar is an established tourist route. It offers adventure, history and an opportunity to meet some of the cultures that you"ll find along the Silk Road. This is the story of a couples quest to meet these people, of experiencing their culture and their foods. The journey ends as they connect up with the Karakorum Highway into Pakistan.
Journey to Lhasa in Tibet By Brian Lawrenson
An ancient, beat-up, rusty Chinese bus is the transport to Lhasa from Nepal. It providing an unforgettable travel experience. Visit the ten storey high Potala Palace once the home of the Dalai Lama and his Summer Palace and the monasteries of Sera and Deprung.
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