Lonely Planet

Book Review: Lonely Planet Kenya

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

Book Review: Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2010

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

Book Review: Small Talk: Western Europe

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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

The Big Trip: Your Ultimate Guide to Gap Years and Overseas Adventures

The Big Trip: Your Ultimate Guide to Gap Years and Overseas Adventures

Book Review: Paris Encounter

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Book Review: Lonely Planet: Japan

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Lonely Planet: Japan (10th edition, October 2007).

Book Review: Lonely Planet's Best in Travel 2009

Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2009: 850 Trends, Destinations, Journeys & Experiences for the Year Ahead

Book Review: Lonely Planet's Travel with Children

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I am sure that the author who wrote this sentence:  “One of the greatest advantages of travelling with children is that you appear almost normal to the locals” has never met my family.  F

Book Review: Lonely Planet's Crete

    Lonely Planet’s Crete is filled with 245 pages of information about Greece’s most hospitable island. Unlike most other travel guides, Lonely Planet focuses the first half of the book on understanding the history and culture of Crete. Then, with a solid background in this pertinent information, author Victoria Kyriakopoulos moves on to discuss the nitty gritty of traveling in Crete.

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