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1001 Restaurants You Must Experience Before You Die

This book is for those who like to dream and travel. It includes a wide range of countries and cuisines. As a traver I found it to be an interesting book, but more of a coffee table book than something I would use in my travels. The book is...

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Notes from a Blue Bike - The Art of Living Intentionally in a Chaotic World

Notes from a Blue Bike by Tsh Oxenreider was a book that caught my eye. When I saw the title of this book, I was under the impression that the book involved traveling on a blue bike. Well, I got the “traveling” part right. The blue bike in...

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A Change To Bear

Slow and Not Much Romance. This book was listed as a Paranormal Romance on Amazon. This book doesn't really focus on a romance per se, but is more the tale of two people traveling together. Interesting for those who want an international ex...

2 Stars

Eerie America - Travel Guide of the Macabre

In this travel guide, we find a listing of names and addresses to many places of interest that any paranormal fan would love to visit throughout all of the US. From haunted battleships to abandoned prisons, from insane asylums to cemeteries...

5 Stars

S.O.S.

I found this book to be a spine-tingling account of what the Ananias Family had to suffer through only a few short hours after being aboard the Costa Concordia for their cruise. The person-by-person account given to me made me feel as if I...

5 Stars
  • Authors: Dean Ananias, Georgia Gonos Ananias, Valerie Joy Ananias, Cynthia Kristin Ananias, Debbie K Ananias
  • Review by: Diana Coyle
  • Genre: Mainstream
  • Tags: Travel
  • Publisher: Bird Street Books

Florida Theme Parks

In this guide, Mr. Miller lists twenty different amusement parks and attractions that are located throughout different parts of Florida. Some are quite popular like Walt Disney World parks, Universal Studios and Seaworld, but then he tells...

4 Stars

Flirting In Spanish - What Mexico taught me about love, living and forgiveness

Susan McKinney lets us know right away this memoir is more about her romance with Carlos than her upbringing with her intense, famous father. The memoir starts with her extended trip to Mexico. Susan, 33, is unsatisfied with life and lookin...

4 Stars

Shereen Travels Cheap

I am a wannabe world traveler, and I perked up when I saw this book. I love to travel, but usually don't have the money. It's my goal to get in one overseas trip a year (rather than one every ten years, which is my current average). Having...

4 Stars

Divine Vintage - Following the Wine Trail from Genesis to the Modern Age

Divine Vintage: Following the Wine Trail from Genesis to the Modern Age is the combination of thoughts and facts from Mr. Joel Butler, a wine expert and Dr. Randall Heskett, a biblical scholar. The book rotates between biblical references a...

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Travel, Sex, & Train Wrecks

When I picked up this book, I really had no idea what I was getting myself into. Yeah, I had read the synopsis, and thought it sounded very interesting. When I began reading it, I realized I was wrong. It was so much more than just interest...

5 Stars

Wanderlove

It all begins with a stupid question: Are you a Global Vagabond? I answered with a resounding NO. I haven’t traveled much in my days, so when I first heard about Wanderlove, by Kirsten Hubbard, I was more than apprehensive about reading it....

5 Stars

That Bear Ate My Pants! - Adventures of a real Idiot Abroad

The Santa Martha Animal Rescue Center is located in South America, there they rescue animals that have been abused or thrown away. They do their best to rehabilitate but even if they can't the animals are taken care of and able to live out...

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