1000 Places to See Before You Die Traveler's Journal (Travel Journal)

Places to See Before You Die Traveler s Journal Travel Journal Inspired by the roaring New York Times bestseller Places to See Before You Die Traveler s Journal is perfect for giving it s specially designed for people who love to travel and want an elega

  • Title: 1000 Places to See Before You Die Traveler's Journal (Travel Journal)
  • Author: Patricia Schultz
  • ISBN: 9780761140702
  • Page: 166
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • Inspired by the roaring 1 New York Times bestseller, 1,000 Places to See Before You Die Traveler s Journal is perfect for giving it s specially designed for people who love to travel and want an elegant place to record their experiences Scattered throughout the journal are traveler s lists Unforgettable Destinations for the Been There, Done That Crowd and 10 ExperiInspired by the roaring 1 New York Times bestseller, 1,000 Places to See Before You Die Traveler s Journal is perfect for giving it s specially designed for people who love to travel and want an elegant place to record their experiences Scattered throughout the journal are traveler s lists Unforgettable Destinations for the Been There, Done That Crowd and 10 Experiences Guaranteed to Give You the Shivers and quotes that will spark insight and provide writerly inspiration At the back of the diary is helpful nuts and bolts info time zones, conversion charts, telephone codes, mini translation guides, and .

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    1. Patricia Schultz does a marvelous job of accumulating an exhaustive list of many of the most interesting, serene, and beautiful places on our planet. Her format is user-friendly and simple yet not low-brow. You will treasure this book and guests to your home will find it remarkable.

    2. This 1,200 page book isn’t the kind of book you read through--it’s more one you browse. Subtitled “a traveler’s life list” it has entries for those 1,000 choice places around the world, complete with places to stay, to eat, attractions and tour operators and their websites, phone numbers, and current prices. What I looked at is the recent 2011 second edition--the first edition was published back in 2003. Schultz writes that she considered the second edition a revision that she consider [...]

    3. My big problem with 1,000 Places to See Before you Die is that one thousand is such an unwieldy number. I have a similar problem with lists like "100 Things to do in New Delhi" or "50 Restaurants to Try in Paris." When there is no curation, you might as well pick up an atlas and randomly select a destination. In other words, the book seems to recommend *everywhere* as a must-see destination, and, though it would be nice to travel everywhere before you die, it's highly unlikely. So as an advice b [...]

    4. “1000 места, които е добре да видите, преди да умрете” – отидете тук, там… навсякъдеknigolandiafo/2010/02/1 За първи път ще пиша анотация на книга, която не съм чел изцяло, но този великолепен том не е и предназначен за изчитане. Сред над 1200-те страници са пръснати стотици прекрасни мест [...]

    5. I found some places in England and Israel that I'd like to visit. Maybe New Orleans, but this book is missing some places in Missouri and Southern CA. I didn't like the listings of hotels in it. Unless it's a VERY famous hotel. Don't list it.

    6. I love books like these. Full of descriptions and photos of beautiful, exotic, and sometimes remote places. Good for fantasizing about where you'll go once you win the lottery, and good for planning that next road trip and finding hidden wonders in your backyard.

    7. I recieved this from my daughter for Father's Day 2008. As a guy who likes to travel, it will provide me a place to keep my travel memories. It was a pretty thoughtful gift and one I will use the rest of my life.

    8. Fantastic guide! Makes you really motivated to see the world! I even ended up staying at a hotel right across from one reccommended in the Costa Rica section--couldn't have been happier!

    9. Good list. Probably impossible for most people to see all of the places, but definitely a resource for vacation planning!

    10. I received the book for Christmas a few years ago. So far, I think I've visited 10 of 1000. I'm working on it

    11. the places i have already been to presented in this book are more the average main tourists centers of a city. i hoped it would be more like a insider guide.

    12. It's fun to dream. I took great pleasure in writing my initials by every one of the 1000 i had been to

    13. I really disliked the emphasis on rich hotels. Hey, poor people travel too. The title is better than the book, but it's marvelously organized. Fun to read.

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