Books in Travel

The Drinkable Globe

The Drinkable GlobeThe Indispensable Guide To The Wide World Of Booze

Jeff Cioletti

Join the globetrotting Jeff Cioletti as he explores the tradition, consumption, and production of alcohol in eleven distinct global regions. Starting at the international dateline and moving west,...

The Fly Fisherman's Guide to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

The Fly Fisherman's Guide to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

H. Lea Lawrence

A wealth of information about fly fishing in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Included are black-and-white and color maps and photographs, a stream-by-stream primer on the best flies to use...

Historic Virginia

Historic VirginiaYour Travel Guide to Virginia's Fascinating Historic Sites

Emily J. Salmon

This is not your typical guidebook, but Virginia is not your typical state. Virginia has been around for so long, as the place in America first settled by English adventurers, it is rich in historic...

The History and Stories of the Best Bars of New York

The History and Stories of the Best Bars of New York

Jef Klein

Everything important that has ever happened in New York began or ended in the City's best bars. From the deep mahogany of downtown to the polished brass of uptown, THE HISTORY AND STORIES OF THE...


SmileageFun Travel Games and Activities for All Ages

Mike Nolan

Book by Nolan, Mike

Nashville: Gateway to the South

Nashville: Gateway to the SouthAn Insider's Guide to Music City, U.S.A.

Scott Faragher

Nashville: Gateway to the South is a unique, thorough, and up-to-date guide to every part of the city. Highlighted are its educational institutions, commerce, music and entertainment, clubs,...

The Paris Shopping Companion

The Paris Shopping CompanionA Personal Guide to Shopping in Paris for Every Pocketbook

Susan Swire Winkler

Packed with practical, updated information for anyone's budget, this new edition of Winkler's personal guide to shopping in Paris includes maps of the major shopping areas and photos that richly...

Return Again to the Scene of the Crime

Return Again to the Scene of the CrimeA Guide to Even More Infamous Places in Chicago

Richard Lindberg

Return again to the scene of the crime and visit the secret hideouts of Nazi saboteurs, anarchist plotters, charlatans, fakers, gangsters, and even a love-sick matron dubbed the "Torso Killer." See up...

Belly Up to the Bar

Belly Up to the BarDining with New York City's Celebrity Chefs Without Reservation(s)

J S. Mitchell

Bars in New York City are to New Yorkers what pubs in England are to the Brits. Manhattan bars have long been places to meet and greet old and new friends. Tasting the menu of New York's master...

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