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The Wood for the Trees: The Long View of Nature from a Small Wood

The Wood for the Trees: The Long View of Nature from a Small Wood

Richard A. Fortey

$22.99
‘The woods are the great beauty of this country… A fine forest-like beech wood far more beautiful than anything else which we have seen in its vicinity’ is how John Stuart Mill described a small patch of beech-and bluebell woodland, buried deeply in the Chiltern Hills and now owned by Richard Fortey. Drawing upon a lifetime of scientific expertise and abiding love of nature, Fortey uses his small wood to tell a wider story of the ever-changing British landscape, human influence on the countryside over many centuries and the vital interactions between flora, fauna and fungi.

The trees provide a majestic stage for woodland animals and plants to reveal their own stories. Fortey presents his wood as an interwoven collection of different habitats rich in species. His attention ranges from the beech and cherry trees that dominate the wood to the flints underfoot; the red kites and woodpeckers that soar overhead; the lichens, mosses and liverworts decorating the branches as well as the myriad species of spiders, moths, beetles and crane-flies. The 300 species of fungi identified in the wood capture his attention as much as familiar deer, shrews and dormice.

Fortey is a naturalist who believes that all organisms are as interesting as human beings – and certainly more important than the observer. So this book is a close examination of nature and human history. He proves that poetic writing is compatible with scientific precision. The book is filled with details of living animals and plants, charting the passage of the seasons, visits by fellow enthusiasts; the play of light between branches; the influence of geology; and how woodland influences history, architecture and industry.

On every page he shows how an intimate study of one small wood can reveal so much about the natural world and demonstrates his relish for the incomparable pleasures of discovery.
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RISINGTIDEFALLINGSTAR

RISINGTIDEFALLINGSTAR

Philip Hoare

$29.99
‘The woods are the great beauty of this country… A fine forest-like beech wood far more beautiful than anything else which we have seen in its vicinity’ is how John Stuart Mill described a small patch of beech-and bluebell woodland, buried deeply in the Chiltern Hills and now owned by Richard Fortey. Drawing upon a lifetime of scientific expertise and abiding love of nature, Fortey uses his small wood to tell a wider story of the ever-changing British landscape, human influence on the countryside over many centuries and the vital interactions between flora, fauna and fungi.

The trees provide a majestic stage for woodland animals and plants to reveal their own stories. Fortey presents his wood as an interwoven collection of different habitats rich in species. His attention ranges from the beech and cherry trees that dominate the wood to the flints underfoot; the red kites and woodpeckers that soar overhead; the lichens, mosses and liverworts decorating the branches as well as the myriad species of spiders, moths, beetles and crane-flies. The 300 species of fungi identified in the wood capture his attention as much as familiar deer, shrews and dormice.

Fortey is a naturalist who believes that all organisms are as interesting as human beings – and certainly more important than the observer. So this book is a close examination of nature and human history. He proves that poetic writing is compatible with scientific precision. The book is filled with details of living animals and plants, charting the passage of the seasons, visits by fellow enthusiasts; the play of light between branches; the influence of geology; and how woodland influences history, architecture and industry.

On every page he shows how an intimate study of one small wood can reveal so much about the natural world and demonstrates his relish for the incomparable pleasures of discovery.
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Swimming with Seals

Swimming with Seals

Victoria Whitworth

$29.99
An inspiring book about intense physical and personal experience. Victoria Whitworth began swimming in the cold waters of Orkney as a means of temporary escape from a failing marriage, a stifling religious environment and a series of health problems. Over four years, her encounters with the sea and all its weathers, the friendships she made, the wild creatures she encountered, combined to transform her life. This book is a love letter, to the beach where she swims regularly and its microcosmic world, to the ever-changing cold waters where the North Sea and the Atlantic Ocean meet, and to the seals, her constant companions.
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The Best Women's Travel Writing, Volume 11: True Stories from Around the World

The Best Women's Travel Writing, Volume 11: True Stories from Around the World

Lavinia Spalding

$29.99
Since publishing the original edition of A Woman’s World in 1995, Travelers’ Tales has been the recognized national leader in women’s travel literature, and with the launch of the annual series The Best Travel Writing in 2004, the obvious next step was an annual collection of the best women’s travel writing of the year. This title is the tenth in that series The Best Women’s Travel Writingpresenting stimulating, inspiring, and uplifting adventures from women who have traveled to the ends of the earth to discover new places, peoples, and facets of themselves.

The common threads connecting these stories are a female perspective and fresh, compelling storytelling to make the reader laugh, weep, wish she were there, or be glad she wasn’t. The points of view and perspectives are global, and themes are as eclectic as in all of our books, including stories that encompass spiritual growth, hilarity and misadventure, high adventure, romance, solo journeys, stories of service to humanity, family travel, and encounters with exotic cuisine.
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Walking Through Spring: An English Journey

Walking Through Spring: An English Journey

Graham Hoyland

$19.99
'The most effective advertisement for the countryside I've ever encountered' Daily Mail Walking Through Spring follows Graham Hoyland's journey as he traces a new national trail, walking north with Spring from the South Coast to the Borders. Hoyland connects a labyrinth of ancient footpaths, marking each mile by planting an acorn and drawing a path of oak trees that stretch through the English countryside. From dairy cows cantering and kicking their heels in lush meadows in the West Country, to galloping bands of lambs in the Peak District and secret green ways winding along canal tow-paths up the Derwent Valley, Hoyland draws inspiration from the vast literary landscape as he watches the season unfold across the country. Whether it is sailing a dinghy through the Lake District or taking in an otter's point of view down the River Eden to the Scottish border, he finds himself engaging with some of England's best nature writers, discovering the essence of the country and meeting England's rural characters along the way.
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How to Read Water: Clues & Patterns from Puddles to the Sea

How to Read Water: Clues & Patterns from Puddles to the Sea

Tristan Gooley

$22.99
The author of the top ten bestseller The Walker's Guide and The Natural Navigator unlocks the secrets hidden in the water around us, from streams and puddles to oceans and waterfalls.

A must-have book for walkers, sailors, swimmers, anglers and everyone interested in the natural world, in How To Read Water, Natural Navigator Tristan Gooley shares knowledge, skills, tips and useful observations to help you enjoy the landscape around you.

Includes over 700 clues, signs and patterns.

You'll learn how to:

    * Interpret ponds like a Polynesian
    * Spot dangerous water in the pitch black with the help of a clock face
    * Read the sea like a Viking
    * Forecast the weather from waves
    * Find your way with puddles
    * Decipher wave patterns on beaches
    * Decode the colour of water
    * Unravel a river like an expert

From wild swimming in Sussex to wayfinding off Oman, via the icy mysteries of the Arctic, Tristan Gooley draws on his own pioneering journeys to reveal the secrets of ponds, puddles, rivers, oceans and more to show us all the skills we need to read the water around us.
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Waiting for the Albino Dunnock: How Birds Can Change Your Life

Waiting for the Albino Dunnock: How Birds Can Change Your Life

Rosamond Richardson

$35.00
Written by a beginner-birdwatcher with the freshness and passion of a convert, Waiting for the Albino Dunnock explores the world of birds through the seasons of a single year. It describes encounters with particular birds in the landscapes of East Anglia where the author is rooted. Occasional journeys farther afield take the reader to truly wild places in the Outer Hebrides and Eastern Europe. Yet the ordinary experience of birdwatching is also far more than just that. The beauty of birds has the power to change lives, as it did the author's, and as in the case of the all-but-legendary snow leopard, it is more about the search than the result.

Personal and elegiac in tone, the writing is an unusual combination of prose poems based on the actual experience of seeing a specific bird for the first time, woven with elements of science and wisdom traditions, ornithology (and its punning counterpart ornitheology), mythology and philosophy, taxonomy and history, literature and folklore, conveying the wider picture of what it means to be human in relationship to nature. Waiting for the Albino Dunnock explores the degree to which wildness is embedded in the human psyche and how beauty is central to our mental and emotional wellbeing, while highlighting the careless damage we are inflicting on the natural world.
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A Speck in the Sea: A Story of Survival and Rescue

A Speck in the Sea: A Story of Survival and Rescue

John Aldridge ,  Anthony Sosinski

$32.99
Film in development with The Weinstein Company In the dead of night on July 24, 2013, John Aldridge was thrown of the back of the Anna Mary somewhere off the coast of Long Island, NY, while his fishing partner and lifelong friend, Anthony Sosinski, slept below. As desperate hours ticked by, Sosinski, their families, the local fishing community and the U.S. Coast Guard in three states launched an unprecedented search effort that culminated in a rare and exhilarating rescue. A tale of survival, perseverance, and community, A SPECK IN THE SEA tells one man's struggle to survive as friends and strangers work together to bring him home. Aldridge's incredible first-person account intertwines with the story of the massive, constantly evolving rescue mission to tell a moving and astounding tale of survival.
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The Santiago Pilgrimage: Walking the Immortal Way

The Santiago Pilgrimage: Walking the Immortal Way

Jean-Christophe Rufin ,  Malcolm Imrie ,  Martina Dervis

$22.99
"Whenever I was asked: 'Why did you go to Santiago?', I had a hard time answering. How could I explain to those who had not done it that the way has the effect - if not the virtue - to make you forget all reasons that led you to become involved in it in the first place."

Each year, tens of thousands of backpackers (Christian pilgrims and many others) set out from either their front doorstep or from popular starting points across Europe, to Santiago de Compostela. Most travel by foot, others ride a bicycle, and a few of them travel as did some of their medieval counterparts, on horseback or with a donkey.

In addition to those who undertake a religious pilgrimage, the majority are hikers who walk the way for non-religious reasons: travel, sport, or simply the challenge of spending weeks walking in a foreign land. Also, many consider the experience as a spiritual adventure, with a view to removing themselves from the bustle of modern life.

Jean-Christophe Rufin followed this "Northern Way" to Santiago de Compostela by foot, on over eight hundred kilometers. Much less crowded than the usual pilgrimage route, this one runs along the Basque and Cantabrian coasts in Spain and through the wild mountains of Asturias and Galicia.
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Walking Gallipoli

Walking Gallipoli

Stephen Chambers

$39.99
Gallipoli was a First World War tragedy, a side show that had ambitious hopes to end the war early. Despite the immense gallantry displayed by those fighting, from the beginning, this grand scale 1915 operation was plagued with mismanagement; failure in high places that betrayed the heroism in the field. Though a noble disaster with casualties of over half a million, those who visit Gallipoli today owe it to those who served and died a conscious effort to see beyond the heartbreak and futility, to appreciate the what, the how and the why. There is no better way to do this today other than walking the battlefields with this invaluable guide. From the beaches and fields of Helles, to the precipitous heights of Anzac and to the plains of Suvla, this book guides the walker to the key points of the campaign. Infamous names that are synonymous with the fighting are covered; Sedd-el Bahr, Krithia, Achi Baba, The Vineyard, Gully Ravine, Kereviz Dere, Lone Pine, The Nek, Chunuk Bair, Lala Baba, Chocolate Hill, Kidney Hill and Kiretch Tepe. All of these features are set in a haunting scene of beauty and tragedy that still pervades this eastern Mediterranean peninsula.In total there are ten walks, some challenging, others not, with a narrative that helps make sense of it all.
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Berlin

Berlin

Joseph Pearson

$37.99
Berlin is a party in a graveyard. It is Europe's youth capital, and its guilty war conscience.

It is a disputed construction site, built on the ruins of regimes. Today's diversity - refugees, immigrants, arty expats, East and West - emerges from a history of violence. Berlin is as cutting-edge and contemporary as it is wary of its extreme past. Berlin is a comprehensive short history and portrait of the German capital today. The story of Berlin's vagaries over nine centuries - from a dry place in a bog to the control centre of modern Europe - is expertly portrayed by historian Joseph Pearson.

The dynamic present is a palimpsest on this unsettling past. A long-time flaneur of Berlin's streets, Pearson explores how the city's history is visible today in bombsites, museums and industrial club spaces (and a lake hosting a man-nibbling monster). In this book, we find that elements of the city that for some can be unnerving - its emptiness, its provincialism, its ramshackle industrial eclecticism, its sexual freedoms, its confrontation with a murderous past - are precisely what give the city its charge.

Pearson poses provocative questions as he reveals the city's many layers and varied neighbourhoods. He argues, ultimately, that Berlin's centrality in European and cultural affairs is only just beginning to be felt.
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On Persephone's Island: A Sicilian Journal

On Persephone's Island: A Sicilian Journal

Mary Taylore Simeti

$29.99
This is a year of Sicilian life, its seasons and its sacred festivals, its gorgeous fruits and demanding family life, its casual assassinations and village feasts, its weather and the neighbours. It chronicles a life divided between an apartment in the city of Palermo with the weekends and summer devoted to sustaining life in an old family farm. What makes this journal truly exceptional is that Mary Simeti is both an outsider, (an American who had studied medieval history and worked as a volunteer on a social welfare programme) and an insider. For this journal was written after twenty years of immersion in Sicilian life, as wife to a Sicilian, mother to two Sicilian teenagers, as gardener, cook and carer for a suspicious mother-in- law.
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A Goddess in the Stones: Travels in India

A Goddess in the Stones: Travels in India

Norman Lewis

$29.99
Norman Lewis avoids the easy pleasures of travelling through the hill-forts of Rajasthan, visiting palace hotels and the Taj Mahal. Instead his travels in India begin in the impoverished, overpopulated and corrupt state of Bihar - the scene of a brutal caste war between the untouchables and higher-caste gangsters. From these violent happenings, he heads down the west coast of Bengal and into the highlands of Orissa to testify to the life of the 'indigenous tribals who have survived in isolation.

As William Dalrymple observed in The Spectator, 'the great virtue of Norman Lewis as a writer is that he can make the most boring things interesting; whatever he is describing whether it is a rickshaw driver, an alcohol crazed elephant, or a man defecating beside the road Lewis senses are awake for sounds or smells, and he can make you think twice about scenes you have seen ten thousand times before the book is full of some of the strangest facts imaginable... It is a joy to read.

Other Norman Lewis titles published by Eland: Jackdaw Cake, The Missionaries, Voices of the Old Sea, A View of The World, Naples 44, A Dragon Apparent, Golden Earth, The Honoured Society, An Empire of the East, In Sicily and The Tomb in Seville.
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Appleton's Railway Guide to the USA and Canada

Appleton's Railway Guide to the USA and Canada

D. Appleton

$22.99
Collector's item, landmark in the history of the American tour guide, snapshot of North American in the 1870s - Appleton's Handbook warrants a unique place on the 'must buy' booklist of any traveller, railway enthusiast, historian or americanaphile. Originally produced as the railway networks of the United States of America and Canada were stretching across the vast continent, and as tourism by rail became a serious pastime for the burgeoning middle classes, it was the first tourist guide specifically organized around railway journeys, and to this day offers a glimpse through the carriage window of a continent lost to history. This is a facsimile of the actual book - often referred to as 'Appleton's Guide' - that inspired the Great American Railroad Journeys television series with Michael Portillo, possibly the only surviving example of the 1879 edition. It is an exact copy with a removable belly-band.
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Paris: Portrait of a City

Paris: Portrait of a City

Jean Claude Gautrand

$59.99
Paris, Je T'Aime A photographic tribute to a capital of romance Described by Goethe as the universal city where every step upon a bridge or a square recalls a great past, Paris is as rich in its two millennia of history as it is in its beauty, its romance, and its art. It's the city of Marcel Proust and Coco Chanel, of Edith Piaf and Jean-Paul Sartre, of Impressionism, Cubism, Surrealism, of Left Bank cool and the twinkling lights of the Tour Eiffel by night. It was also on the banks of the Seine that Niepce and Daguerre officially gave birth to the new art of photography, and in this evocative tapestry of images, we celebrate the city's remarkable photographic, as well as cultural, architectural, and civic history. Some 500 pictures bring together past and present, the monumental and the everyday, faces and vistas, as well as the talents of such illustrious photographers as Daguerre, Marville, Atget, Lartigue, Brassai, Kertesz, Ronis, Doisneau, Cartier-Bresson.Text in English, French, and German
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Places to Visit Before They Disappear

Places to Visit Before They Disappear

Jasmina Trifoni

$80.00
A powerful and magnificent call to action to protect Earth and our legacy. War, climate change, natural disasters, and our own destructive behavior have endangered some of Earth's most precious treasures, from historical sites and monuments to unique natural habitats. This profusely illustrated volume pays tribute to some of the wonders that remain at risk, including the archeological remains of Afghanistan's Bamiyan Valley, devastated by the Taliban; Alaska's Denali National Park, harmed by tourism and uncontrolled development; Tanzania's Telous Game Reserve, victimized by poachers; and the Kiribati Archipelago in Oceania, which could vanish entirely due to rising sea levels. Places to Visit Before They Disappear captures a troubling present, offers a message of hope for the future, and calls on us all to protect our natural environment and cultural heritage.
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Lonely Planet China

Lonely Planet China

Lonely Planet

$39.99
Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet China is your passport to all the most relevant and up-to-date advice on what to see, what to skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Get lost in the dynastic grandeur of Beijing's Forbidden City, hike along the Great Wall, or take in Shanghai's neon lights from the Bund; all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of China and begin your journey now!
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Lonely Planet Montenegro

Lonely Planet Montenegro

Lonely Planet

$34.99
Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet Montenegro is your passport to all the most relevant and up-to-date advice on what to see, what to skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Enjoy the view of Sveti Stefan while lazing on the beach, visit Njegos' tomb on top of Black Mountain, or experience ancient history in Kotor; all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of Montenegro and begin your journey now!
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Lonely Planet Kuala Lumpur, Melaka & Penang

Lonely Planet Kuala Lumpur, Melaka & Penang

Lonely Planet

$29.99
Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet Kuala Lumpur, Melaka & Penang is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Enjoy Kuala Lumpur's most famous street food on Jalan Alor, visit the busy shrine at Batu Caves, or shop for designer bargains in malls such as Pavilion KL; all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Melaka and Penang and begin your journey now!
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Lonely Planet Laos

Lonely Planet Laos

Lonely Planet

$34.99
Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet Laos is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Whiz through the jungle on ziplines in Bokeo Nature Reserve, dine on French cuisine in historic Luang Prabang, or trek to minority villages on the Bolaven Plateau; all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of Laos and begin your journey now!
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Lonely Planet Pocket Singapore

Lonely Planet Pocket Singapore

Lonely Planet

$19.99
Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet Pocket Singapore is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Explore the futuristic bio-domes and Supertrees of Gardens by the Bay, breakfast with orangutans at Singapore Zoo, treat your tastebuds to some tantalising street food; all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of the best of Singapore and begin your journey now!
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Lonely Planet Pocket Kuala Lumpur

Lonely Planet Pocket Kuala Lumpur

Lonely Planet

$19.99
Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet Pocket Kuala Lumpur is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Take in the exhilarating views from the Petronas Towers, soak up the British colonial past in Merdeka Square, make a pilgrimage to the sacred Hindu site Batu Caves; all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of the best of Kuala Lumpur and begin your journey now!
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Lonely Planet Pocket Vancouver

Lonely Planet Pocket Vancouver

Lonely Planet

$19.99
Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet Pocket Vancouver is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Browse Granville Island Public Market, see an exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery, or pop into the bars, restaurants and boutiques of Gastown; all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of the best of Vancouver and begin your journey now!
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Lonely Planet Pocket Seattle

Lonely Planet Pocket Seattle

Lonely Planet

$19.99
Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet Pocket Seattle is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on Seattle's can't-miss experiences. Go shopping in Pike Place Market, experience world-renowned Chihuly Garden and Glass, or check-out the spectacular view at the Space Needle; all with your trusted travel companion.
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Bauhaus: Travel Book: Weimar Dessau Berlin

Bauhaus: Travel Book: Weimar Dessau Berlin

Ingolf Kern ,  Susanne Knorr ,  Christian Welzbacher

$42.99
Established in 1919 in Weimar, the Bauhaus college for design influenced one of the world's most important Modernist movements. Divided into three geographic sections that follow the locations of the school-Weimar (1919-25), Dessau (1925-33), and Berlin (1933)-this unique travel guide leads readers through the most important Bauhaus structures in Germany. Each section features important sites that are given historical background. These entries are illustrated with historic and contemporary photography, and are accompanied by up-to-date tourist information. Throughout the book short essays highlight significant events and figures of the Bauhaus movement. This guidebook is an indispensible reference for anyone traveling to Germany's greatest extant Bauhaus structures.
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Insight Guides Spain

Insight Guides Spain

Insight Guides

$34.99
With its historic cities, dramatic landscapes, rich culture and sun-soaked beaches, it's little wonder that Spain is one of the world's most popular tourist destinations. Be inspired to visit with our new Insight Guide Spain, a comprehensive full-colour guide to this romantic country. Inside Insight Guide Spain: A thoroughly overhauled edition by our expert authors. Stunning photography brings this exciting country and its people to life. Highlights of the country's top attractions, such as the Alhambra and Sagrada Familia, as well as in-depth features on flamenco and Spain's dazzling architecture. Descriptive region-by-region accounts cover the whole country from the glamorous Catalan city of Barcelona and the Moorish castles of Granada to blissful Balearic beaches. Detailed, high-quality maps throughout will help you get around and travel tips give you all the essential information for planning a memorable trip.
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Camino de Santiago

Camino de Santiago

Andy Symington

$19.99
The Camino de Santiago has experienced a striking revival. Cutting across Spain from the Pyrenees in the east, to Santiago de Compostela in the west, it leads you through the varied and beautiful ancient kingdoms of northern Spain. This Footprint Handbook provides invaluable information on transport, accommodation, eating and entertainment both on the medieval pilgrim route and in the picturesque towns close by. 

*Essentials section with useful advice on getting to and along the Camino de Santiago
*Comprehensive, up to date listings of where to eat, sleep and relax
*Includes information on tour operators and activities, from sampling red wine in La Rioja to the wild beauty of Cape Finisterre
*Detailed maps of Santiago de Compostela, Pamplona, Burgos and other key towns in the region
*Slim enough to fit in your pocket With detailed information on all the main sights, plus many lesser-known places of interest, Footprint Handbook Camino de Santiago provides concise and comprehensive coverage of Spain's most famous historical route.
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Philip's Complete Road Atlas Europe

Philip's Complete Road Atlas Europe

$24.99
Philip's Complete Road Atlas of Europe 2018 has: - Every country in Europe - Main scale super-clear 1:750,000 (12 miles to 1 inch) - Three supplementary scales from 1:250,000 to 1:3M - helps navigation in denser areas - Practical A4 format - easy to use in the car - 50 Town and city plans - 31 Urban area maps - Scenic routes highlighted - 23-page route planning map section with 1,200 miles to a page - Driving regulations country-by-country - Ski resorts feature - Distance chart - Fully indexed In fact, everything you need for your trip to Europe.
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Lonely Planet New Zealand Planning Map

Lonely Planet New Zealand Planning Map

Lonely Planet

$12.99
Durable and waterproof, with a handy slipcase and an easy-fold format, Lonely Planet New Zealand Planning Map is your conveniently-sized passport to traveling with ease. Get more from your map and your trip with images and information about top country attractions, itinerary suggestions, a transport guide, planning information, themed lists and practical travel tips. With this easy-to-use, full colour navigation tool in your back pocket, you can truly get to the heart of New Zealand, so begin your journey now!
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Lonely Planet Great Britain Planning Map

Lonely Planet Great Britain Planning Map

Lonely Planet

$12.99
Durable and waterproof, with a handy slipcase and an easy-fold format, Lonely Planet Great Britain Planning Map is your conveniently-sized passport to traveling with ease. Get more from your map and your trip with images and information about top country attractions, itinerary suggestions, a transport guide, planning information, themed lists and practical travel tips. With this easy-to-use, full colour navigation tool in your back pocket, you can truly get to the heart of Great Britain, so begin your journey now!
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Lonely Planet France Planning Map

Lonely Planet France Planning Map

Lonely Planet

$12.99
Durable and waterproof, with a handy slipcase and an easy-fold format, Lonely Planet France Planning Map is your conveniently-sized passport to traveling with ease. Get more from your map and your trip with images and information about top country attractions, itinerary suggestions, a transport guide, planning information, themed lists and practical travel tips. With this easy-to-use, full colour navigation tool in your back pocket, you can truly get to the heart of France, so begin your journey now!
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Lonely Planet Italy Planning Map

Lonely Planet Italy Planning Map

Lonely Planet

$12.99
Durable and waterproof, with a handy slipcase and an easy-fold format, Lonely Planet Italy Planning Map is your conveniently-sized passport to traveling with ease. Get more from your map and your trip with images and information about top country attractions, itinerary suggestions, a transport guide, planning information, themed lists and practical travel tips. With this easy-to-use, full colour navigation tool in your back pocket, you can truly get to the heart of Italy, so begin your journey now!
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Lonely Planet Australia Planning Map

Lonely Planet Australia Planning Map

Lonely Planet

$12.99
Durable and waterproof, with a handy slipcase and an easy-fold format, Lonely Planet Australia Planning Map is your conveniently-sized passport to traveling with ease. Get more from your map and your trip with images and information about top country attractions, itinerary suggestions, a transport guide, planning information, themed lists and practical travel tips. With this easy-to-use, full colour navigation tool in your back pocket, you can truly get to the heart of Australia, so begin your journey now!
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Lonely Planet USA Planning Map

Lonely Planet USA Planning Map

Lonely Planet

$12.99
Durable and waterproof, with a handy slipcase and an easy-fold format, Lonely Planet USA Planning Map is your conveniently-sized passport to traveling with ease. Get more from your map and your trip with images and information about top country attractions, itinerary suggestions, a transport guide, planning information, themed lists and practical travel tips. With this easy-to-use, full colour navigation tool in your back pocket, you can truly get to the heart of the USA, so begin your journey now!
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