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Tag Archives: Europe
In today’s travel quote, Adam Gopnik describes the two types of travelers. Continue reading
Bill Bryson hits the spot with Notes From a Small Island, one of the top travel books of all time. Continue reading
This passage is taken from the 1955 travel book American In Italy, which I have previously reviewed. It could have been written yesterday: I first heard of the two women from St. Louis from a bellboy who told me they had hung their laundry on the chandelier. When the manager discovered it had washed off the decorations he tried to make them pay.
Travel Writer Matthew Stone revisits a 1955 travel book, Herbert Kubly’s American in Italy in a book review, and finds out that some things never change. Continue reading
Book review of A Year in the World by Frances Mayes – Review of best travel books of all time. Continue reading
Book review of The Pillars of Hercules by Paul Theroux- Review of best travel books of all time. Continue reading
Book review of Driving Over Lemons by Chris Stewart – Review of best travel books of all time. Continue reading
The weight of history, Disneyesque moments, gondolas, and the feeling that it has all been done before are highlights of a walk through Venice, Italy. Continue reading
The backpackers were here first, as it always seems to be. Somehow, they find the cool places, because they are usually more willing to deal with the inconveniences most of us will not cope with: no running water, holes in … Continue reading