Southwest USA & Las Vegas (Eyewitness Travel Guides)

Southwest USA & Las Vegas (Eyewitness Travel Guides) Donna Dailey
  • Title: Southwest USA & Las Vegas (Eyewitness Travel Guides)
  • Author: Donna Dailey
  • ISBN: 9780789495655
  • Page: 281
  • Format: Turtleback
  • Southwest USA & Las Vegas (Eyewitness Travel Guides) Donna Dailey Southwest USA Las Vegas Eyewitness Travel Guides Eyewitness Travel Guides are the original illustrated travel reference and throughout the entire list of than destinations is being fully updated to show you of what other guides only tell yo
    Eyewitness Travel Guides are the original illustrated travel reference and throughout 2003, the entire list of than 70 destinations is being fully updated to show you of what other guides only tell you With a stunning, brand new look, Eyewitness Travel Guides are essential reading for vacation, business, or armchair travel Consistently chosen over the competitiEyewitness Travel Guides are the original illustrated travel reference and throughout 2003, the entire list of than 70 destinations is being fully updated to show you of what other guides only tell you With a stunning, brand new look, Eyewitness Travel Guides are essential reading for vacation, business, or armchair travel Consistently chosen over the competition in national consumer market research, Eyewitness Travel Guides include up to date information on local customs, currency, medical services, transportation, and much .
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    About Donna Dailey


    1. Donna Dailey writes for national and international newspapers and magazines, and for websites Her work has won two prestigious travel writing awards She has also written or contributed to 25 guidebooks for major travel publishers.Her travels have taken her down the Rio San Juan into Nicaragua s rain forest, across the Australian Outback, to ancient sites in Jordan and Tunisia, and to the game reserves of Kenya She has hiked across the Rockies and the desert canyons of the American Southwest, and joined in music sessions in the pubs of Ireland and Scotland Her appetite for food and drink stories has had her eating buffalo in Denver and billy goat in the Loire Valley, sipping sherry in Spain s bodegas, and taken her from the gourmet restaurants of Paris to Valencia in search of the perfect paella.Donna has a Journalism degree from the University of Northern Colorado She speaks basic Spanish Before moving to London she worked for US publications and in television She has been a freelance travel writer and photographer since 1993, and has worked as a Managing Editor for Insight Guides She is a member of the British Guild of Travel Writers and the Outdoor Writers Guild.


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    1. I only bought this book because I needed a travel guide fast, and the Lonely Planet wasn t available at the book store It s not a bad guide, but I believe in the rule that a book should have text, unless it is a picture book This has not enough text for a travel guide Which will make it perfect for some people, of course.I don t particularly like that eating and sleeping have their own section, because it requires you to jump back and forth in the book when you are at one place and looking for s [...]

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    2. This is a somewhat odd pairing, in my opinion The first half of this guide is devoted to the bright lights of Vegas and a lesser extent, of Phoenix The second half is given over to the glories of Southern Utah, the Four Corners Region, and the areas near Santa Fe and Albuquerque As such, it s part city guide and part outdoor guide I m not sure it succeeds at the latter, however Perhaps for the driving tourist who doesn t want to spend much time from the confines of a car it would work, but anyon [...]

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    3. Lots of pictures and history about the Southwest US I love all the lore about Annie Oakley, the OK Corral, and the Earps Travel

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