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Lonely Planet Travel Guides

As you maybe know by now, from perusing our website (or delving deeply, as the old hands can attest!), we here at wanderingeducators.com try to find the highest quality organizations to partner with. One such partner is Lonely Planet. I will never forget finding this out of the way fondue cafe in Paris, thanks to Lonely Planet!

 

Lonely Planet Book Review: France’s Best Trips

Lonely Planet Book Review: France’s Best Trips
by Oliver Berry, Nicola Williams, and others

Book Review: Dublin City Guide

Almost every traveler to Ireland spends some time in Dublin -- for many, it’s the highlight of their trip.

Lonely Planet Book Review: Montreal and Quebec City Encounter

Montreal and Quebec City Encounter is a guide to these two most European cities of North America that you may easily carry in a pocket or purse. It opens with eleven one or two page highlights, with photographs and brief introductions to several parts of Montreal’s history as found through architecture and neighborhood, a look at one of its grandest churches, and tastes of Montreal's cuisine and a festival in Quebec City.

 

Lonely Planet Not-for-Parents London Everything You Wanted to Know

London is not only red buses, Harry Potter, and Shakespeare. Did you know that Monopoly was originally called "the Landlord's Game" and was based in London?

Lonely Planet Not for Parents Travel Book

A book review of Lonely Planet Not for Parents Travel Book

 

Book Review: Lonely Planet Kenya

Lonely Planet: Kenya
Matthew D. Firestone, co-ordinating author

Book Review: Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2010

Lonely Planet’s
Best in Travel 2010
Ellie Cobb, comissioning editor

Book Review: Small Talk: Western Europe

Multilingual Phrasebook Review

Small Talk: Western Europe
Lonely Planet
commissioning editor Karin Vidstrup Monk

Book Review: Lonely Planet Germany

Lonely Planet Germany

Lonely Planet Does all the Hard Work for You

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